Swimming Pool Resurfacing (Plaster)
Swimming Pool Plaster has an average life span of twelve years.
Replastering is indicated when you begin to notice:
C & R Pool Plastering Inc.
- Pronounced staining and discoloration
- Black algae problems
- Rough surface from etching or calcium buildup
- Surface blistering and spauling.
uses the following procedure to prepare your pool for refinishing.
- Pools are drained after treating the water with thiotrine to ensure no chlorine reaches our rivers and lakes. City of Roseville requires a special permit for draining swimming pools.
- Waterline tile and all pool fixtures are undercut to allow sufficient room for new materials to finish flush with the tile.
- New safety codes reqire replacement of suction covers to be VGB(Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act)
- The relatively soft old plaster is then blasted away to a hard substrate.
- A bond coat is then applied. The idea is to get a surface similar to the original gunite shell. C&R Pool Plastering Inc. uses Multicoat to
provide the best mechanical and chemical bond available.
- A decorative tile outlining the steps and benches can be set if desired.
- C & R Pool Plastering Inc. offers a variety of finish products including standard plaster, Gemstone™, River Rok,
Diamond Brite and 100% Quartz.
Gemstone™ is the ultimate in exposed aggregate
finishes for beauty, durability, color and resale value.
- Standard plaster, white or colored, is best used with the Silicone Shield additive
to protect against aggressive water chemistry.