Perfection  Pools & Spas, LLC
Perfection Pools & Plumbing LLC Holds a GB98 General Contractors & Plumbing License #381173 As Well the Workers Compensation & Liability Insured & Bonded by the State of New Mexico

Quick and affordable resurfacing!

With age, pools and built-in spas will need to be resurfaced or re-plastered to bring them back to their original beauty and functionality.  Pool damage can also occur from improper winterization and staining can occur from strong algae blooms. Perfection Pools & Spas is very experienced in the process of re-plastering your pool and will provide a estimate of costs to restore your pool or spa.  Don’t forget that when you re-plaster, you might also consider other options at such a time that add little cost but make a big difference!  For instance, changing out tile or adding upgrades such as pool decorations that will enhance the beauty an uniqueness of your pool at little extra cost. Call Perfection Pools & Spas today so we can come out, see your pool, and provide recommendations of what can be done!

How do you Resurfacing or Re-plaster a

pool or spa?

For all pool resurfacing projects, we use superior quality pool finishes specially formulated for durability and expertly hand troweled by our “in house” specially trained pool finishers. The most important thing for a good pool re-plaster is excellent preparation.  This is the difference between a pool plaster job that lasts 5 years or 20 years.  Perfection Pools & Spas has seen many re-plaster jobs that were improperly performed resulting in chipping and separating plaster. Some of the proper techniques PPS uses include removing all thin-set from behind tiles, removing as much old plaster as needed, removing plaster near tiles and fixtures (lights, ladders, etc.) so no new plaster is over old plaster.  Often times we do not need to remove all the plaster in a pool when it is good and strong - which reduces cost.  We fade the plaster from remaining strong plaster under the surface to tile or above the water line so no difference can be seen.   Of course, we can remove all plaster in a pool and start fresh with new plaster everywhere.

When should you Resurface or Re-plaster

a pool or spa?

If your pool plaster is rough, pitted, cracked, or delaminated, or severely stained, it's time to consider re-plastering. Since this material is always under water and chemical environment, it will naturally wear over time. Typically you can expect an average of 10-12 years with white plaster before your pool needs refinishing. Plaster provides a watertight seal over the gunite shell of the pool, so it's essential to keep it in good shape.

What options are there for Resurfacing

or Re-plastering a pool?

Consider exposed aggregate or “Pebble Finishes” for your pool plaster surface. While more costly than plain white plaster, it provides a great look and durable surface that is very resistant to staining.  In this surface, aggregate is mixed into regular plaster. One can use white plaster or colored plasters.  These are created with a combination of cement with marble or limestone.  Plain white plaster is less expensive, simple, but a bit more susceptible to staining.  A good plaster job in any color can last 20 years. While your pool is being re-plastered, you should consider other additions or repairs that are easier and less costly with the plaster removal. Add specialty tile that sits within the new plaster.  This can add elegance or a touch of fun to a poolscape. Add pool lighting. Add embedded ladders and fixtures.

What kind of surfaces

are available for my

pool and spa?

There are a number of options to resurface or re- plaster your pool or spa.  Here are a few options for you to consider:

Plain white plaster

This is the most commonly used plaster surface and is often the least expensive.  It is created from a mixture of cement and marble or limestone.  With good care, these surfaces can last 10-14 years.

Colored plaster

Colored plaster is regular plaster with a pigment added.  Dramatic effects can be created with a colored surface.  Additional care is needed to make sure that the colored surface does not fade or discolor.

Pebble or exposed-aggregate

finish

This is a recommended surface by Perfection Pools and Spas.  Regular plaster is mixed with aggregate or pebbles that make the surface more durable than plain regular plater.  Different aggregate or pebble types can be added to the plaster to create different effects.  One example is quartz aggregate that can provide a more unique color to the surface.  Glass beads are also an option.  These surfaces are often more stain and chemical resistant and add a unique look to a pool.  The cost is a higher than plain plater.  These surfaces can last 12-15 years. Pebble Tech, Pebble Sheen

Painting your pool surface

Perfection Pools & Spas recommends that you never paint your pool surface.  Some companies may suggest this to hide stains but the results are often short-lived and disappointing.  Furthermore the paint may cost more to remove when you do want to re-plaster your pool.

Do you have to re-tile

and re-plaster a pool at

the same time?

Re-plastering and re-tiling your pool are closely related, but it depends on your situation.  Tile abuts your plaster.  Some plaster repair may be needed when re-tiling.   Tiling may need to be addressed when re-plastering.  Re-tiling and re-plastering do not have to always be done at the same time.  If you are re-plastering your pool or repairing plaster, this a good time to consider changing your tile or adding decorative tile features.  Ask Perfection Pools & Spas about your situation!
  

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Pool & Spa Resurface & Re-plaster

Quick and affordable

resurfacing!

With age, pools and built-in spas will need to be resurfaced or re- plastered to bring them back to their original beauty and functionality.  Pool damage can also occur from improper winterization and staining can occur from strong algae blooms. Perfection Pools & Spas is very experienced in the process of re-plastering your pool and will provide a estimate of costs to restore your pool or spa.  Don’t forget that when you re-plaster, you might also consider other options at such a time that add little cost but make a big difference!  For instance, changing out tile or adding upgrades such as pool decorations that will enhance the beauty an uniqueness of your pool at little extra cost. Call Perfection Pools & Spas today so we can come out, see your pool, and provide recommendations of what can be done!

How do you Resurfacing or Re-

plaster a pool or spa?

For all pool resurfacing projects, we use superior quality pool finishes  specially formulated for durability and expertly hand troweled by our “in house” specially trained pool finishers. The most important thing for a good pool re-plaster is excellent preparation.  This is the difference between a pool plaster job that lasts 5 years or 20 years.  Perfection Pools & Spas has seen many re-plaster jobs that were improperly performed resulting in chipping and separating plaster. Some of the proper techniques PPS uses include removing all thin-set from behind tiles, removing as much old plaster as needed, removing plaster near tiles and fixtures (lights, ladders, etc.) so no new plaster is over old plaster.  Often times we do not need to remove all the plaster in a pool when it is good and strong - which reduces cost.  We fade the plaster from remaining strong plaster under the surface to tile or above the water line so no difference can be seen.   Of course, we can remove all plaster in a pool and start fresh with new plaster everywhere.

When should you Resurface or

Re-plaster a pool or spa?

If your pool plaster is rough, pitted, cracked, or delaminated, or severely stained, it's time to consider re-plastering. Since this material is always under water and chemical environment, it will naturally wear over time. Typically you can expect an average of 10-12 years with white plaster before your pool needs refinishing. Plaster provides a watertight seal over the gunite shell of the pool, so it's essential to keep it in good shape.

What options are there for

Resurfacing or Re-plastering a

pool?

Consider exposed aggregate or “Pebble Finishes” for your pool plaster surface. While more costly than plain white plaster, it provides a great look and durable surface that is very resistant to staining.  In this surface, aggregate is mixed into regular plaster. One can use white plaster or colored plasters.  These are created with a combination of cement with marble or limestone.  Plain white plaster is less expensive, simple, but a bit more susceptible to staining.  A good plaster job in any color can last 20 years. While your pool is being re-plastered, you should consider other additions or repairs that are easier and less costly with the plaster removal. Add specialty tile that sits within the new plaster.  This can add elegance or a touch of fun to a poolscape. Add pool lighting. Add embedded ladders and fixtures.

What kind of surfaces

are available for my

pool and spa?

There are a number of options to resurface or re-plaster your pool or spa.  Here are a few options for you to consider:

Plain white plaster

This is the most commonly used plaster surface and is often the least expensive.  It is created from a mixture of cement and marble or limestone.  With good care, these surfaces can last 10-14 years.

Colored plaster

Colored plaster is regular plaster with a pigment added.  Dramatic effects can be created with a colored surface.  Additional care is needed to make sure that the colored surface does not fade or discolor.

Pebble or exposed-aggregate

finish

This is a recommended surface by Perfection Pools and Spas.  Regular plaster is mixed with aggregate or pebbles that make the surface more durable than plain regular plater.  Different aggregate or pebble types can be added to the plaster to create different effects.  One example is quartz aggregate that can provide a more unique color to the surface.  Glass beads are also an option.  These surfaces are often more stain and chemical resistant and add a unique look to a pool.  The cost is a higher than plain plater.  These surfaces can last 12-15 years. Pebble Tech, Pebble Sheen

Painting your pool surface

Perfection Pools & Spas recommends that you never paint your pool surface.  Some companies may suggest this to hide stains but the results are often short-lived and disappointing.  Furthermore the paint may cost more to remove when you do want to re-plaster your pool.

Do you have to re-tile

and re-plaster a pool at

the same time?

Re-plastering and re-tiling your pool are closely related, but it depends on your situation.  Tile abuts your plaster.  Some plaster repair may be needed when re-tiling.   Tiling may need to be addressed when re-plastering.  Re- tiling and re-plastering do not have to always be done at the same time.  If you are re-plastering your pool or repairing plaster, this a good time to consider changing your tile or adding decorative tile features.  Ask Perfection Pools & Spas about your situation!
  
Perfection  Pools & Spas, LLC
Perfection Pools & Plumbing LLC Holds a GB98 General Contractors & Plumbing License #381173 As Well the Workers Compensation & Liability Insured & Bonded by the State of New Mexico
     
  
By appointment Daily 8 am - 7 pm
Perfection  Pools & Spas, LLC
By appointment Daily 8 am - 7 pm