Is your pool stuck in the 90s? A little ‘worse for wear’? Beyond aesthetics, maybe you have some safety concerns about loose tile or coping? Sometimes a little TLC is all you need to get your pool looking like new again. Or, let our design experts help you transform your pool into the backyard oasis it was always meant to be!
From pool re-plastering, to pool coping replacement and pool tile replacement, we’re more than happy to schedule a free estimate to help you with your plans. Come by our showroom to see, touch and discuss the latest options available to you. We’ll work together to create a comprehensive plan for your pool.
We work with customers looking to re-plaster their pool with standard white plaster, as well as those looking to change the look of their pool with upgraded plaster options:
There are even options with-in options. We can add rolled glass beads or abalone shell to customize some plaster selections. In most re-plasters the time line is as follows:
Ready to Swim!
Replacing the tile and coping can add a few more steps.
A perfect time to replace pool tile is during a pool re-plastering. That being said, we can replace the tile without new plaster. The pool will still need to be drained so that we can demolish the existing tile and set the new tile chosen.
In a coping only replacement, we will have to drain the pool, perform a light acid wash on the plaster as we clean up our mess, and replace the mastic. Sometimes we also replace the spa veneer and spillway. Here are a few coping options:
Mastic is the caulking between your pool decking and the coping (brick or stone) around the perimeter of your pool. Maintaining good mastic prevents water from seeping down under your pool decking and behind the shell of your pool. This is especially important to correct before the winter arrives and freezing temperatures turn water into ice, causing damage to your pool.
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On average a pool should be replastered about every 10-12 years. A residential pool typically needs replastering only when it shows visible signs of deterioration. Surface stains, roughness, discolorations, cracks, loose pebbles, flaking or peeling are all signs that a pool needs to be resurfaced.
As of 2022, the average cost to replaster a pool with standard white plaster is between $6-8 per square foot. Keep in mind that takes into account height and width of the bottom, as well as the sides. The average residential pool is around 1000 sq ft.