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Naples Pool Resurfacing

Pool Resurfacing in Naples, Florida

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Pool resurfacing is one of the pool services we offer here at Naples Pool Builders. Some of the most obvious signs your pool is in dire need of pool resurfacing or replastering is when your plaster starts peeling, a sudden decrease in your pool water level, cracks on your pool’s walls or floor, and stains on your pool’s surfaces. We have a team of experienced pool contractors that are highly skilled in keeping your inground pool in great shape. Whether you want to keep the old design or integrate a new look, we can help you rejuvenate your swimming pool.


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Should I Resurface or Replaster?

We don’t want our clients to overspend on things they don’t need, so let’s talk about the difference between pool resurfacing, replastering, and  remodeling.

The clearest indication that you only need pool resurfacing is when the only part of your inground pool that needs work is the interior surface. This includes your pool’s walls and floor.

On the other hand, if you noticed that the exterior parts of your pool like your pool fittings, lights, plumbing, and other pool equipment needs a total overhaul, then that’s the time to  consider doing a full pool renovation.

Pool resurfacing is not as expensive as a full renovation of your swimming pool but the cost of the work depend on two factors – the pool’s size and your chosen type of finish.

You have dozens of pool finishes to choose from, and you can add a more creative look using mosaic designs. One option is to use tiles to replaster your swimming pool. You can also focus your design efforts on your pool’s walls and leave the floor as is. The type of pool finish you select will determine how much pool resurfacing

Like our other pool services, we give our clients all the available options and let them decide on their preferred course of action.

Some of the most popular pool resurfacing finishes –use white plaster, aggregate finish, tile finish, or pebble finish.

Plaster is the most affordable option but it doesn’t last as long as the other choices. Plaster comes in a traditional white or off-white color and does not offer much choice on what your pool will look like. If you’re on a tight budget, we can do pool plastering on your swimming pool at an affordable rate.

Aggregate finish has become more popular than white plasters because it allows for more design options and is also more durable. Although the upfront cost is more expensive, aggregate finishes are the top choice of most Naples pool owners since they can easily tweak the appearance to match any home or building. Another great thing about this type of pool finish is it has a greater resistance to chemicals used in regular pool treatment and cleaning. This means it doesn’t stain as easily as white plaster.

If you’re looking for a more luxurious finish, the best option is to go with a tile-based pool finish. It’s usually made with porcelain, but can also be made from glass, stone, or ceramic. It’s just as durable as an aggregate finish and it can add an elegant feel to your swimming pool design. The main drawback of a tile-based finish is that it’s the most expensive of all the pool resurfacing options.

Lastly, for those looking for a more natural-looking pool design, consider a pebble finish. This type of pool finish can be categorized as an aggregate finish, and it offers a tough, non-slip, and stain-resistant surface.

Whatever pool finish you choose, our team would be more than happy to help you with it.

With loads of experience in building and maintaining pools in Naples, we are confident we can deliver a pool finish that makes your inground pool look amazing!


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