In Need Of a Transformation?

If your pool is older than 15 years, it’s likely that the surface has seen a lot of wear and tear. Years of chemicals — especially if they’re imbalanced — and the sun’s extra hot rays in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston areas lead to the pool’s surface to erode and crack. Replacing your pool’s surface makes it look new again and extends the life of the pool. Another reason to resurface your pool is to take care of any leaks that have developed over the years; if your pool is losing water quicker than it would to normal evaporation, chances are it’s leaking.
 

How Much Does it Cost?

The cost of any pool resurfacing project depends on factors such as the location of the pool, the materials you want, the time of year, and how long the job takes. If you choose to resurface your pool with plaster, which is a standard material, the cost will be much lower than if you select quartz or pebble aggregate. Also, the time of year makes a difference as well. Plan on paying more if you want the job completed during the company’s busy time, which is typically summer. To keep costs down and to be able to fully enjoy your swimming pool during the hottest months of the year, schedule your pool resurfacing in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston areas before spring or after summer.
 

The Difference Between Each?

Many years ago, most pool surfaces were made from plaster, which looks dull and doesn’t typically last more than 10-12 years. There are a variety of modern materials to choose from that will add visual flair to your pool and ensure that you and your family can enjoy swimming it for a long time to come. Some materials to consider are pebble aggregate, quartz aggregate, color quartz, and mosaic tile. Of course, plaster is always an option as well. Today’s plaster surfaces come in a range of colors to update the style and look of your pool. If you’re looking for more than a fix or simple color change of your pool, a full remodel to your pool may be something to consider!

For over 35 years, Authentic Plaster and Tile has been helping swimming pool owners get the most enjoyment and relaxation out of their backyard areas. Whether you’re in need of a renovation or a complete pool resurfacing, our experts have the knowledge to make that old pool look as good – or even better! – than the day it was installed.