Trust the local plaster experts for your dream pool

We’re South Florida’s pool plastering and replastering experts and have completed thousands of successful pool refinishing projects.

As a leader of pool renovation and remodeling in South Florida, look no further than Pearl Pools for pool plastering and replastering.

What Is Pool Plaster?

Plaster is an essential part of every in-ground pool. Simply stated, pool plaster is the final coating applied to the shell of a concrete in-ground pool. It adds a watertight seal and creates a smooth surface on the pool floor. Aesthetically, pool plaster gives your pool its finished look. While some DIYers may tackle a pool plastering project, it’s really a project best left to experienced professionals.

Options in Finish

Pool plaster has come a long way over the years. Traditionally, plaster is a mix of white Portland cement and marble dust with additives for strength and ease of application. Today, you have a variety of options to achieve your desired look without breaking the bank, including:

  • Plaster
  • Quartz
  • Pebble
  • Pebble with glass
  • Glass
  • Polished
  • And more

Wet Edge and SGM are popular products we use for many of our projects.

Water Color + Plaster

Water color affects the overall look of your pool and your choice in plaster influences this. The depth of the pool, amount of sunlight the pool gets, hardscape and foliage around the pool, and the water chemistry also play a role in water color. One of our experts can help you select the plaster to achieve the water color and overall look of your pool.

But Wait, Is It Time to Replaster?

We recommend replastering or refinishing your pool about every 7 years. If your pool is properly maintained and the water is kept under ideal conditions, this time may extend by a couple of years. That being said, we suggest proactively checking your pool for early signs of wear and tear.

Here’s a few signs that it may be time to replaster:

  • Plaster is flaking or peeling
  • Surface stains
  • Check cracks (can look like spider webs)
  • Discoloration
  • Structural cracks
  • Scaling
  • Rust stains
  • Paint or fiberglass failure

Choosing the right plaster for your pool may seem a bit daunting. Pearl Pools offers many options in pool finishes and can assist you in selecting the perfect plaster for your project.

Whether you’re looking for a professional to plaster a pool as part of new construction, your existing pool needs replastering, or you want to take on a large project renovation and remodel, the local experts at Pool Pearls can help.

Contact us today for a free consultation. We’d love to learn more about your pool plastering project and work with you to create the pool of your dreams–and maybe even create a little neighbor envy.

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