We’ve spent more than a decade doing what we do and building our reputation from the ground up. During this time, we’ve learned a couple of things about pools and pool owners alike.
There are pools of all sorts and sizes around Plano, Texas. On average, our customers have a 15,000-gallon pool and a yearly income of $75,000 to $100,000. The average cost of a swimming pool and home spa renovation can be between $5,000 and $15,000. This depends on whether it’s just the pool or if you are going to redo your backyard, and patio, and add outdoor installations.
As you can see, we’re not exactly targeting the city’s 1%. We’re interested in those willing to take the extra time and effort needed to get everything right the first time. Our clients are young, up-and-coming families who want to build a lasting home. They want to invest in a pool that will see their toddlers or future children grow and thrive, a place in which to build memories.
This isn’t something that should be done by cutting corners!
Our pool resurfacing and replastering jobs all come with a minimum warranty of 10 years. If you are using fiberglass or high-tier tiles, the results will last longer than that!
We’re meticulous about the materials we work with and about prepping our work area. This allows us to craft strong, tightly bonded surfaces that will remain pristine for a long time.
After we’ve finished, most clients are happy enough to refer us to friends and family. That’s where most of our business comes from! We’ve cultivated our name and our brand, and you can be sure we will stand by our reputation when working for you.
If this is the first time you’re remodeling your home spa or pool deck and have no idea what’s involved, we’ve compiled the following guide for you.
Your pool’s future stability and endurance require some thorough prep work. We begin every job by ensuring everything will be dry and ready to go. One of our employees will come to perform a full inspection around the pool, its lights, and any pumps or bubble hoses you may have installed. Then, the pool will be drained, and the area secured.
Whether you choose colored plaster or multicolored tiles, we make sure all surfaces are clean, polished, and ready to be layered. Our strip crew will come to your pool to sandblast and coat all surfaces.
This stage may be noisy and dusty, but rest assured, we’ll try our best to protect your surrounding landscaping and furniture. It will help us if you remove any pots, plants, and lawn chairs beforehand. We’ll make sure everything is vacuumed and cleaned after we’re done.
Our tile and masonry workers will take over at this stage. They’ll install any special tile designs, ledger stones, coping, and other decorations that you may have chosen during the design process. This means that we will need your final say on all desired colors and materials before starting this step!
Depending on the pool’s size and the complexity of the design, this step usually takes between one and three days.
After the tiling is finished and dried, we’ll check the plumbing and seal it. This will ensure everything is watertight and ready for the last coat.
If you take a look at your pool at this stage, you’ll likely have trouble seeing the complete results of our work emerging. But fret not! After a quick wash of your pool shell, we’ll install the pool surface finish material that you’ve chosen.
If you chose a Pebble, Hydrazzo, or Beadcrete finish, your pool will need a final acid wash treatment before we can begin to fill it up. Some of the darker shades of Quartz finish also need this treatment. Our crew will come fully equipped and geared up to ensure this is done safely.
Now, your pool is probably looking close to what you dreamed of or it will as soon as we finish cleaning up! After we’ve finished, we’ll fill up the pool until around the middle of your waterline tile and begin the initial water treatment. This part is essential to ensure the water’s safety and ensure a lasting life for your new pool surface.
If you’re already working with a reliable pool service professional, feel free to give them a call and let them handle this step! The initial curing and water treatment process can take up to seven days and may require several visits and a few tweaks.
Once this is done, we’ll clean up again and ensure the site is left as pristine as we found it and that no materials are left behind.