Swimming Pool Resurfacing Services
At Patriot Pool & Spa, we understand that your pool is more than just a body of water; it’s a backyard oasis that brings your family and friends together for endless summer fun. However, over time, wear and tear, harsh weather conditions, and chemicals can take a toll on your pool’s surface, leaving it looking dull and discolored. Our pool resurfacing service at Patriot Pool & Spa is an effective solution.
Understanding Pool Resurfacing
Pool resurfacing involves removing the old surface of the pool and applying a new one. This can be done with a variety of materials such as plaster, Pebble Tec, and quartz, which come in a variety of colors and textures. The process of resurfacing a pool typically takes several days and involves draining the pool, removing the old surface, and applying the new one.
Do You Need Your Pool Resurfaced?
It’s important to know that not all pools need to be resurfaced. In some cases, other expert restoration services, such as acid washing, may be beneficial. However, if you notice that your pool’s surface is rough, cracked, stained, or just plain worn out, it might be time to consider resurfacing.
Additionally, if you’ve owned the pool for over a decade or the pool surface has not been resurfaced in over 5 years, it might be a good idea to have a professional inspect the pool and advise you on whether or not a resurface is necessary.
The Benefits of Pool Resurfacing
Now that you know which pool equipment installations you’ll need, it’s time to think about what additional appliances can further enhance your pool. While these aren’t required, they can boost your experience, whether you’re swimming laps or taking a relaxing soak.
Types of Pool Surfaces
At Patriot Pool & Spa, we offer a variety of pool resurfacing options to fit your specific needs and preferences. Two of the most popular options for pool surfaces are plaster and Pebble Tec. Both plaster and Pebble Tec are great options for pool resurfacing and have their own unique benefits and features. We recommend consulting with our professionals to help you determine which one is best for your pool.
Plaster Pool Surfaces
Plaster is a traditional and cost-effective option for pool resurfacing. It is made from a mixture of cement, water, and marble dust, and it is applied to the surface of the pool in a smooth and consistent manner. Plaster comes in a variety of colors and can be used to create a classic and timeless look for your pool.
Pebble Tec Pool Surfaces
Pebble Tec is a premium option for pool resurfacing. It’s made from a mixture of small pebbles and cement applied to the surface of the pool to create a unique and natural look. Pebble Tec is known for its durability and resistance to staining, fading, and erosion. It also comes in a variety of colors and finishes to choose from.
Patriot Pool & Spa: The Pool Resurfacing Professionals
At Patriot Pool & Spa, our team of experienced technicians is here to make the process of resurfacing your pool as easy and stress-free as possible. We will work with you to understand your needs, help you to choose the best resurfacing material for your pool, and ensure that the entire process is completed to the highest industry standards.
Restore the Luxury of Your Pool With Patriot Pool & Spa
If your pool is due for a professional resurfacing service, Patriot Pool & Spa is here to make it happen with our industry-leading pool resurfacing solutions. If you’re ready to give your pool the makeover it deserves and make it the backyard oasis you’ve always wanted, contact us today, and we’ll take care of the rest.
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