If your pool looks worn out or keeps making you slip, it’s probably time to consider resurfacing. Pool resurfacing can repair pool damage while also letting you update your pool with new colors and styles. Instead of replacing your pool tile, consider the more cost-friendly option of resurfacing. Pool Maintenance, Remodeling and Repair South Bay Area caters to the Torrance, Palos Verde, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, or Manhattan Beach area, and we’re here to help with all resurfacing services.
Cost of Resurfacing or Repairing
Replacing your entire pool is going to cost more than resurfacing it. Replacement requires more tools and materials; for instance, you’ll have to dig up and get rid of an in-ground pool before you can replace it. In essence, you’ll be paying twice: once for the old pool and once for the new one. Instead of this more expensive option, consider resurfacing your pool. Resurfacing your pool involves upgrading the pool you already have, so there’s less time and money involved.
Time Required to Replace a Pool
Installing a pool can take months. If you’re lucky, it’ll just be a few weeks. But both options are not ideal if you want to use your pool quickly.
In order to install a new pool, you’ll need to dig up the old one, install new plumbing, and then build the pool from scratch. Not only will these tasks take time, but each task requires specialized knowledge, and a single error can set the entire project off course. On the opposite hand, a pool resurfacing job can be completed in as little as a few days. Instead of spending your time watching your new pool be constructed, enjoy your time using your updated pool by getting it resurfaced instead of replaced.
Maintaining a Resurfaced Pool
New pools, old pools, and resurfaced pools all require regular maintenance. Cleaning and caring for your pool regularly will keep it looking better and lasting longer. Pool Maintenance, Remodeling and Repair South Bay Area is eager to provide tips and tricks for keeping your pool at its best. Additionally, a resurfaced pool will require the same upkeep as your old pool, so you’ll already know what needs doing.
A new pool comes with a variety of pool style options; you’ll choose its shape, color, depth, etc. However, a pool resurfacing also comes with options. We have numerous materials to choose from, each which will greatly affect the look and color of your pool. Some of these materials include pebble, fiberglass, quartz, and marcite. Whatever material you choose, it’s bound to give your resurfaced pool that new pool look at a much lower cost than an actual new pool.
Reach out to Pool Maintenance, Remodeling and Repair South Bay Area today to discuss your pool resurfacing options.