Pool surfaces wear down with age. If your inground pool looks old, it may be time to resurface. If you see hollow spots, chips or cracks this can also be a sign that you need repair work done. Pool resurfacing can be a long, involved process, but the experts at Pinch A Penny can make the job smooth and easy.
Both fiberglass and concrete-based pools are candidates for renovations. The pool will be drained and the old surface or plaster will be prepared. This is done by either chipping the old surface away, sand-blasting or using an acid etching method. After preparing the surface, the new material will then be applied. Whether you have a pebble or quartz aggregate finish or a fiberglass pool, a new surface will not only look great, it will last for years to come.
Pricing and services offered vary by location.
We turned to them for resurfacing and had a great experience. Specifically, they showed up early, were courteous and professional and did a great job cleaning up after themselves. — Jean H.
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