Your pool will need to be resurfaced periodically, with the timeframe being contingent not only on the type of pool, but also on how well you chemically-treat and maintain your pool. While methods and applications do differ by pool type, we excel in pool resurfacing for any type of pool.
We offer the following re-surfacing options based on the type of pool you have:
⇒ Concrete Pools:
We resurface concrete pools. We can either re-paint it or sandblast then resurface it. Concrete pools with too many layers of paint or poor adhesion between layers have to be sandblasted. We recommend resurfacing sandblasted concrete pools with a 2-part epoxy system.
⇒ Hybrid Pools:
We resurface hybrid pools. A hybrid pool has a concrete floor and fiberglass walls. We can either re-paint the concrete floor or sandblast then resurface it. The concrete floor of any hybrid pool with too many layers of paint or poor adhesion between layers has to be sandblasted. We recommend resurfacing the sandblasted concrete floor with a 2-part epoxy system. The fiberglass walls will only need to be resurfaced if there are problems with the gel-coat or if they have previously been painted. We will address resurfacing the fiberglass walls on a case-by-case basis.
⇒ Fiberglass Pools:
We do not resurface one-piece fiberglass pools. There is too much liability associated with draining a one-piece fiberglass pool, primarily if there are no indicators of adequate groundwater evacuation or proper drainage around the pool. You can contact a pool company that specializes in fiberglass pools if yours needs to be resurfaced. If you cannot find a pool company, then contact a specialized fiberglass company.
⇒ Vinyl-Liner Pools:
Pools are resurfaced to protect the pool structure. The resurface will also revive the pool, so it is also a renovation…that’s a bonus.
Contact Expert Pool Work, Inc. at 402-341-8132 or email@example.com to discuss resurfacing your pool or submit a short form to schedule your free onsite consultation.