There are many variables that effect the cost of resurfacing your pool. Will discuss each one in the sections below so that you can make the right choice for your pool and budget. Resurfacing your swimming pool is an expensive endeavor and there is no way around it.
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Standard Plaster – Exposed Quartz – Pebble
Resurfacing with plaster is the most economical, but generally does not last as long as aggregate or quartz surfaces. Standard white plaster is the tried and true pool and spa surface finish. White plaster has been around as long as people have been building swimming pools and it remains a popular choice in spite of the myriad of choices that have come into the market in recent years. Its simple combination of white cement, white marble aggregate and water make for an economical choice .
Exposed Quartz Finishes
QuartzScapes create a brilliant and enduring appearance for your pool and spa with QuartzScapes finishes. A premium blend of crushed quartz, white cement and color tints, QuartzScapes merges beauty and strength for an incomparable finish that will last. One of the world’s strongest minerals, our quartz crystals are bonded with a ceramic color coating for reliable beauty – a beauty that will last for years without fading or abrasion.
A great pool finish is comfortable, durable, easy to maintain and pleasing to the eye. Marquis Series Natural Ex-posed Aggregate pool plaster Finish is all of that and more. marquis has at it’s heart beautiful natural quartz, one of purest and hardest minerals. combines these quartz aggregates with polymer-modified cement and non-fading Diamond Quartz to create a spectacular array of colors
Naturally tumbled pebbles and a specifically formulated cement are combined with water and additives, then pneumatically applied to the interior of the pool. Using a unique method, the mix is then hand troweled and "exposed" with precise timing to reveal the top layer of pebbles. After the finish has thoroughly hardened, (normally within 24 hours) it is cleaned with a solution to enhance the brightness and luster of the natural pebbles.