When it’s time to resurface your pool, you have quite a few finishing options to choose from. Your new pool finish will last a long time, so you want to make sure you pick the right option for you. Here are some pool resurfacing options explained so you can make a good choice.
Plaster is very commonly used for pool renovations. It is usually on the less expensive side, but it is still very durable. Plaster can come in different colors, but you want to keep in mind that the color will affect the way the water looks once the pool is filled.
Fiberglass is not incredibly common, but it is a good choice for pool resurfacing. It is much more durable than plastic, but comes at a higher price. The cost can be made up, though, because fiberglass pools typically require fewer chemicals to keep the water balance where it needs to be.
Aggregate is a very popular pool finishing choice. It is plastic mixed with quartz or pebbles to give it an attractive, colorful surface. This pool finish is on the more expensive side of your options. It’s worth it though because aggregate is known to last a long time. You get to choose the color of your pebbly surface. Keep in mind, though, that the color will probably change over time and become richer and deeper.
Tile is probably the most luxurious choice in terms of pool resurfacing options. It comes in a variety of colors, styles, and designs. They require very little maintenance or care as long as you keep up with the pool maintenance and the proper chemical balance. They last a very long time, but they are rather expensive because they are extremely versatile.
Roughly 83% of respondents to a 2014 Houzz Spring Landscaping Trends Survey considered their backyard to be “an ideal entertaining space.” A pool can make an excellent addition to your backyard entertaining space, but you want to make sure it’s in good condition. Your interior finish will wear out over time, and then it needs to be resurfaced. Which pool resurfacing options will you consider when it comes time to resurface your pool?