- Plaster is rough on feet or bathing suits
- Plaster is discolored or cracked
- Tiles are outdated, discolored, damaged or falling off
- Coping is damaged
- Pool has cracks or leaks (repairing without resurfacing can be unsightly!)
- Resurfacing of the pool’s interior (new plaster, pebble, or other interior pool finish)
- Waterline tile replacement or repair
- Installing more efficient pumps, heaters and filters
- Updating lighting including switching colors of lighting
- Pool coping repair or complete replacement
- New decking (concrete, textured surface, pavers, stone, etc.)
- Specialty features, such as:
- Robotic pool cleaners
- Automated controls and remotes
- Pool covers
We always do our best to approximate the time frame required for the work we perform. However, we sometimes run into unforeseen issues when working on a remodel. Here are a few examples of problems that could delay the time frame:
- Pool plaster that needs removal due to years of poor water chemistry
- Coping and/or tile is falling off, but was not evident during the initial consultation
Access to your pool is critical to maintaining timelines. If we have restricted access, this could impact the time necessary to complete your pool renovation. We will keep you consistently updated on our progress as we go.
We train each and every one of our team members to perform specific pool remodel functions. It’s not unusual for a crew to work on more than one pool a day, or for team members to arrive at different times. We usually plan off days to allow material to dry before we begin the next phases. We may also schedule more space between phases if more time is needed for phase completion than anticipated.
- It is critical not to stop the water from filling the pool until it is COVERING THE BOTTOM HALF OF THE WATERLINE TILE.
- After the pool is full, place the hose in the bottom of the spa until full. Do not use “fill line” or “auto fill” to fill.
- Ensure the water source is not connected to a softener or a well. Either one of these could damage your new pool finish.
Treat the water and balance your pool’s chemistry. We HIGHLY recommend hiring a professional after the renovation to balance your pool chemistry and to help take care of your pool. However, we can provide step-by-step instructions for any pool owner that wants to take care of the pool themselves.
Here is some information from each manufacturer on plaster care:
WetEdge startup instructions
NPC startup instructions