|Fun in the sun means a lot of time in the swimming pool!|
However, in order to keep your pool looking and functioning well, you must be prepared to maintain it throughout the seasons.
Over time, the surface of your pool can become aged by the pool chemicals and weather elements, making it difficult to enjoy your pool. If your pool liner color is looking faded or stained, you may want to consider pool resurfacing. Depending on the type of inground pool you have, such as concrete or fiberglass, resurfacing might be a project you can DIY.
If you’re considering this, here are a few tips to successfully resurface a swimming pool resurfacing to give you an idea of what might be required in this DIY project.
Swimming pool resurfacing is a big project. If you’re unsure of how to best complete it, leave it to the pros. Contact a pool contractor today for up to four quotes from pros in your area for free.
Swimming Pool Resurfacing Costs
Whether you choose to DIY this project or hire a pool contractor, there will be costs associated with pool resurfacing. However, when you begin to notice wear on the pool’s surface, it’s a good time to do so. Cracks in the surface, discoloration in color, and staining are all signs that your pool needs to be resurfaced or repaired. Be sure to check your pool for repairs before beginning the resurfacing process.
The materials you may need can vary based on what type of inground pool you have. Some choose a simple coat of paint to spruce up their pool as a cheaper option, however, it does not last long. On the high end, pool resurfacing is becoming more popular, but it has a high cost attached. Today, I’ll show you how to resurface a pool with an epoxy coating specifically, as it is the most common choice. This is a great option for plaster and concrete pools, lasting up to eight years.