“We Make Old Pools Look Young Again”
Our renovations and remodeling team can remove and replace your plaster and tile.
Most pool plaster and tile will last 10 -15 years when properly cared for. As pools age the plaster may show signs of cracking and/or peeling. The pool floor may feel scratchy on your feet. Tile may discolor or crack and even fall off the pool wall.
Each project is different based on pool size and individual needs. A good rule of thumb is 3 – 6 weeks.
Be sure to ask for references and check their rating with the Better Business Bureau. Do not hesitate to ask to visit projects they have completed. Reliable companies will carry liability and workers compensation insurance, plus possess a North Carolina General Contractors’ License.
Yes, there are many types and colors of pool finishes. Your pool contractor can help you choose the best product to fit your property and your budget.
Of course. Your contractor can provide catalogs and websites for you to view. Once you narrow your choices down your pool professional can supply samples
New pool finishes should last 10 – 15 years, or longer, as long as the pool water is properly balanced and a clean environment is maintained.
Make sure to buy a reliable testing kit. Check water chemistry every other day and more often when temperatures are in the 80’s and 90’s. Also check more often when the pool is used frequently or by many people as sunscreen and body oils can affect chemical balance.
At least weekly and more often in the hot weather and following heavy use. Inspect the pool walls regularly to determine if any foreign material is blooming.
First turn off your auto fill. Make sure the pool water is halfway up the skimmer. Place a piece of tape at the water line and run pump for 24 hours. Note how many inches water has gone own. Repeat the 24 hour process without the pump running. If the water has dropped more than ½ inch contact a pool professional for further diagnosis.
Be sure to have a qualified swimming pool professional inspect the structure of the pool and filtration equipment to determine if the pool is in proper working condition or needs modification. Ask for the results in writing.