Pools all around the Hills District are used frequently and need to be resurfaced on occasion to keep them looking new. The resurfacing process is a point for pool renovations Hills District residents should be fully aware of. Several steps must be utilized to make this process work right.
- The pool has to be drained at the start.
- All equipment around the pool should be turned off. This includes the lighting around the pool and any pumps involved.
- The surface of the pool should be sandblasted and smoothed out so it can be prepared for the resurfacing process.
- Any old tiles may be removed in the swimming pool resurfacing process. This is for cases where you have old tiles that you are trying to replace.
- A new cement base can be added onto the pool surface. This is to create a space for the new tiles for the pool to be added onto. You can use many types of tiles and grout materials in this stage of the swimming pool resurfacing process.
- Tiles will be added onto the cement with grout separating the tiles. It might take a few days for this part of the renovation process to work.
- After the tiles are secured onto the surface, the plumbing fixtures, drains, and other openings around the pool can be sealed. This may entail the use of added cement compounds.
- As everything settles in, the new resurfaced space can be washed off. This is to clear off any old residues or compounds leftover in the renovation process.
- All electric and plumbing features can be activated once the surface is fully ready. Water can be added into the pool and it will be ready for use once again.