Elite Swimming Pools
Pool Cleaning Services in South Florida
Over time, your pool’s surface will inevitably become damaged; this can result in blotchy spots, pitted areas, or even cracks that can cut into your feet as you walk along the bottom. Apart from the physical hazards, a damaged pool surface is also not pleasant to look at — your plaster may be discolored or rusty, or the paint may have started to peel. All of these signs indicate that it’s time to resurface your pool.
Elite Swimming Pools offers comprehensive pool resurfacing services to the Miramar area, including Miami Lakes, Pembroke Pines, Davie, Southwest Ranches, Cooper City, and Plantation. Our pool renovation experts are happy to come to your home, assess the current condition of your pool, and offer any recommendations for improvement, including resurfacing.
Popular Resurfacing Materials
Most people choose to resurface their swimming pool with plaster because it is the cheapest option — at least initially. The problem with plaster is that it’s not very strong, so it will likely need resurfacing again in a few years.
Pebble is a popular resurfacing material because it is durable, stain-resistant, and comes in a variety of different colors. Resurfacing your pool with pebbles can give it the appearance and texture of a stream or lake, which can enhance your swimming experience (as long as you don’t mind the roughness on your feet).
Concrete is highly durable and easy to apply. It is simply poured and smoothed over problem areas and then left to dry for a few days. You can paint it any color, but it nonetheless is the least attractive option on this list.
Fiberglass has become a popular choice for resurfacing in recent years due to its flexibility and resistance; it lasts longer and is smoother than plaster or concrete. Plus, it looks great!