This stage is the loudest and dustiest stage of the project. We will cover and protect your backyard area as much as possible.
Over time, the plaster's surface and coating will begin to wear. It must be resurfaced. Depending on where you live, your pool may require this treatment every ten- to twenty years. First, repair any spalling or cracks. Next, prep the whole pool shell. The prep is designed to remove any plaster that has escaped and to roughen the surface to allow new layers of plaster to bond to it. The prep can include sandblasting and chipping as well as chemical surface etching.
Once the primer is dry you can paint the pool with topcoat epoxy or resurfacing solutions. Following the manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations, paint from the deepest to the shallowest. Allow the topcoat to dry completely before you apply the next coat. Sand the pool between coats to ensure proper adhesion. Most pools will require between three and four coats. It can take several hours depending on the climate.pool resurfacing near me