Pool/Spa Resurfacing

The average below ground pool costs about $25,000 to install and roughly $100 per month to maintain. You’ve invested a lot of money into maintaining the quality of life you desire. Time with your family and friends is important to you. Leisure and relaxation are driving forces in your life. You work so hard so that you can enjoy the finer things in life. When your spa or pool needs resurfacing, the enjoyment factor is diminished. The view is unsightly and you can scrape your skin on the rough surface. When you notice the beginning signs of deterioration, do yourself a favor and contact Tru Blu Pool Remodeling Tampa.

The Tell Tale Signs

The chemicals that maintain your pool’s pH balance plus acid washes dissolve it’s surface over time. There is no way around it because eventually, every pool regardless of surface composition will need resurfacing. You may notice peeling, cracking, rust stains, roughness, loose pebbles and flaking in your pool or spa. Some of these issues can be remedied by draining the pool, sanding and patching. Unfortunately, most symptoms are indicative of a larger structural problem. When this happens, your only choice is to live with it and watch your pool decline slowly or resurface it. Restore the look and feel of your spa by scheduling an appointment for resurfacing.

Resurfacing Costs

The cost to resurface your pool can range between $5000 and $30,000. We don’t recommend using epoxy resins or paints to remedy the issue. These temporary solutions are like band aids, they don’t get to the root of the problem. They only mask them and eventually you will begin to notice signs of structural damage in other locations. If it’s not in your budget to completely resurface your pool, we will do what we can to prolong its life. For full disclosure, you should be aware that the source of the problem still remains. Contact us for a complimentary consultation and you may discover that a home equity line of credit will aid in the financing of your repair.

Temporary Fixes

For calcium, salt and copper stains we can drain the pool then use an acid wash to remove them. When the acid in the water begins to eat away at your pool’s surface, it becomes rough and less enjoyable. We can drain your pool, sand it and then polish it shiny and smooth. With rust stains we can cut them out and then patch them over. Our skilled pool technicians can then place a decorative, mosaic, marine animal over the patch to camouflage it. Peeling, flaking, cracks, white spots and streaks are signs of a much more serious issue. They cannot be remedied by a temporary fix. Once you notice these symptoms, schedule an appointment for resurfacing.

Benefits of Resurfacing

When your pool is rough to the touch and uneasy on the eyes, you don’t want to get in it. Those little imperfections you notice make your pool somehow less enjoyable. Swimming pools are not a necessary for survival. The primary reason you made the choice to construct a pool or purchase a home with a pool was for pleasure. Homes with pools are more valuable and can fetch a higher price on the real estate market. In fact, a home with a pool increases the comps of the entire neighborhood. You can lounge freely in your spa when you don’t have to worry about scraping your feet on rust and rough surfaces.

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