At M. Preciado Pool Plastering, Inc. we have restored the appearance and structural integrity of thousands of pools. Our expertise has helped us build a very strong customer base. If you’re looking for a reliable and reputable pool plastering contractor to replaster your pool, we’re the right choice for you.
When Should You Replaster Your Pool?The average lifespan of conventional plaster finish is around 7-10 years. If you haven’t replastered your pool for over a decade, you should consider getting it inspected for flaws and problems. Here are some of the biggest signs that indicate you need a pool replaster:
- Mineral Stains – Many pool owners dismiss mineral stains and believe they will disappear after a thorough cleaning. Mineral stains are caused by bad water composition the presence of iron, copper, or manganese present in water. The pool debris and can’t be washed away with the help of acids or chemical stain removers.
- Bear Patches – If there are any bear patches of gunite, rebar, or shotcrete in the pool bottom surface, you need to get pool replastering done. Shotcrete or gunite form the support structure of the pool and need to be in good condition. They have a porous structure and are vulnerable to excessive moisture. The plaster forms a protective layer over the base material and ensures the pool structure stays intact.
- Rough Surfaces – Pool surfaces need to be smooth and polished because rough surfaces can easily cause injuries and tear your skin. A rough and textured surface can also provide a favorable place for algae, which can compromise the quality of pool water down the line. If your pool has extensive rough patches, you need to replaster it quickly.
- Appearance – Appearance is one of the most common reasons for replastering. If the pool surface looks dull, cracked, stained, and old, you might want to give it a facelift. You can change the color of the surface, add different polished textures, and improve its overall design and aesthetic.
Our expert technicians will offer straightforward advice and answer any questions you will have in order to fully understand your concerns and expectations. They will examine the pool carefully and determine the necessary work and advise you on the steps necessary to schedule the pool replastering process.
If you want to know more about pool replastering or wish to get a quote, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at M. Preciado Pool Plastering, Inc. You can give us a call at (818) 361-1600 or contact us through our website.