Few things scream summertime like a dip in the swimming pool. Like all parts of a home, though, pools need maintenance, and there will come a time when you’ll end up plastering it once again. When is it time to refurbish your pool? Gutierrez Pool Plastering services pools in and around Short Hills, NJ. Here, they share some ideas about maintaining your pool’s plaster.
Although there are plenty of functional reasons to plaster a pool, sometimes, plastering is done for aesthetic reasons. Once the project has been completed, a pool can look as if you’ve just recently purchased it. The surface will also feel gentler on your skin.
There’s no better reason to replaster your pool than when the structure is breaking down. Plaster forms a layer between the water and pool shell, but when the plaster breaks down, the outside of the pool can start to fall apart. This causes water leakage that will drain your pool; it will also drain your wallet since it costs more money to keep a leaky pool filled.
A pool that’s starting to break apart leaves gaps in the surface, rough edges, and other obstructions. These are more than just aesthetic problems. Instead, these breaks in the pool can cause cuts while you’re swimming.
Are you thinking about plastering your pool? Contact Guitierrez Pool Plastering at (908) 756-7585. Not only are they experts in pool plastering and pool remodeling, but they can also assist with your deck removal and other pool related projects. To learn more about all their services, visit them online.