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Swimming Pool Renovation Services
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Just like any other aspect of your home, renovation is a critical part of owning a swimming pool. Whether you want to update your existing pool with a new interior finish or it’s time for routine maintenance of your mastic and coping stone, the specialists at Patriot Pool & Spa have you covered.
Our professional pool renovation services in Austin, Southlake, and Dallas, Texas, include:
- Mastic Replacement
- Calcium Cleaning
- Stone Sealing and Repair
- Resurfacing and Tile Repair
Southlake, Austin, and Dallas Pool Mastic Repair
Pool mastic refers to the expansion seal between your pool coping and surrounding deck. Mastic for pools prevents water from seeping between your pool’s concrete wall and decking, while simultaneously allowing these areas to expand and contract with weather fluctuations. Mastic needs to be replaced every few years or as soon as you notice a problem.
Signs that your pool mastic needs repair or replacement:
- Cracking or peeling in the sealant in the expansion joint
- Pool tiles falling off
- Cracks in the pool deck
- Heaving or rising in the pool deck
Can I Replace Pool Mastic Myself?
There are many DIY guides and videos online with instructions for repairing or replacing pool mastic. However, making a mistake with your pool mastic can lead to severe damage to your pool or deck and be more costly in the long run. With an experienced pool mastic repair technician from Patriot Pool & Spa, you can be confident that your pool repair will be done right.
What Are the Benefits of Stone Sealing?
Pool coping stone is an essential part of an in-ground swimming pool and due to the constant contact with water and the elements, require routine maintenance and repair.
The highly trained technicians at Patriot Pool & Spa have the knowledge and expertise to make sure your stone remains healthy and beautiful for the life of your pool.
Where Does Calcium Build Occur?
If you’ve ever owned a pool then you are familiar with the buildup of calcium carbonate on pool surfaces and equipment. This natural occurring buildup occurs mainly where the pH and water temperature are the highest: spa overflows, tile lines, and water features.
Proper water balancing and the supplementation of chelating/sequestering agents will help mitigate against scale buildup, but routine maintenance and cleaning are still necessary.
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