Your Questions Answered
We’ve put together some commonly asked questions to give you more information about resurfacing your pool and the service we offer.
The interior walls and floor of a pool wear out over time. Rather than build a brand new pool, owners often choose to resurface their existing pool. Resurfacing restores the deteriorated surface and provides a new protective layer.
Typical concrete, marcite, or gunite pools may last up to 15 years. Yet, some may not last beyond 10 years because of other damaging elements like leaves, tree roots, overuse of chemicals, etc.
Peeling plaster, rough texture, stains, chalky residue, sudden drops in water level, and spider web cracks are all signs your swimming pool may need resurfacing.
Typical concrete, marcite, or gunite pools last 10 years to as much as 15 years. A fiberglass swimming pool can last 25 years or more. That’s almost twice as long as a typical concrete pool.
Using our unique Fibre Tech process, a pool measuring 16 x 32 feet with an average depth of 5 feet costs approximately $7,500 to resurface.
A fiberglass swimming pool is easiest, because the smooth non-porous surface makes it difficult for algae to grow, meaning less chemicals and it resists corrosion.
Fibre Tech can resurface an average-sized residential swimming pool in 7 business days. Larger commercial pools can take 7 to 20 days.
Most likely not. We can save the existing tile by cutting a seal line beneath, taping it up so it’s protected before we begin the resurfacing process.
No. Fibre Tech uses white because your pool is a reflection of the sky and the white surface makes your pool look a brilliant blue.
Yes. Our unique fiberglass surface comes with a 25-year limited warranty.
All swimming pools can add value to your home. The real question is: will a unique swimming pool surface increase the marketability of your home? Since fiberglass pools are low maintenance and last over 25 years, they will increase the sell-ability of your home.
A fiberglass swimming pool. Why? They need less maintenance and since the surface is smooth and nonporous, algae cannot grow, so fewer chemicals are required.
The 2023 buyer's guide to swimming pool resurfacing
Resurfacing your swimming pool can be a massive expense. Don't make a poorly informed decision.
The 2023 Buyer's Guide to Swimming Pool Resurfacing helps you determine when it’s time to resurface your pool, what pool surface might be best for you, the pros and cons of different resurfacing options, and how much you might expect to spend.
Making a decision based on these insights can help you increase your pool’s lifespan by up to 12x.
On top of increasing your pool’s longevity, this guide will also reveal how you can:
- Increase your pool’s durability,
- Decrease the maintenance required for upkeep,
- Decrease your overall chemical usage, and
- Decrease the lifetime cost of your pool.
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