Pool Resurfacing

Pool Resurfacing

If you have a pool that is starting to show its age, you may be considering resurfacing it. There are many reasons to do this, including wanting to update the look of your pool, increasing its lifespan, or improving its safety.

If you have an inground pool that is starting to show its age, you may be considering resurfacing as a way to give it new life. Resurfacing involves applying a new layer of material to the existing surface of your pool.

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One option for resurfacing your pool is with an EcoFinish. Here are four reasons why you should consider using an eco-finish for your next pool remodeling project.

  • Eco-finish is a more environmentally friendly option than traditional pool finishes.
  • Does not release harmful chemicals into the air or water.
  • Safer for swimmers than traditional finishes.
  • Eco-finish is more durable than traditional finishes.
  • Resistant to fading, staining, and chipping.
  • Easier to apply than traditional finishes.

The Easy & Cost Effective Pool Resurfacing Solution

EcoFinish is one of the most popular pool resurfacing options available. There is no need for primer or topcoat, and it can be applied in a single coat. This makes EcoFinish a great option for pool owners who want to save money on their remodeling project. If you are considering resurfacing your pool, Eco Finish should be at the top of your list!

Today, keeping the finish of your pool is as much about the material you use as it is about how you monitor it. Because you’ll inevitably need to treat your swimming pool or spa with chemicals over time, you’ll want a finish that won’t chip or disintegrate. Having a high-end coating for your pool is important for both the safety of your water and its aesthetic appeal.

What is EcoFinish?

EcoFinish is a polyethylene powder coating that can be used on a variety of pool surfaces. It’s applied using a compressed air pistol and heated into place (usually with something that looks a lot like a flame thrower).

The cost of refinishing your pool with an EcoFinish solution is determined by several factors. To begin, the larger the surface area of your pool or spa and the more gallons it holds, the more you may anticipate to pay. If your pool has paint on the surface, it may need to be sandblasted first, which may increase the expense.

Expect to pay $10,000 to $15,000 or more for a small to medium inground pool, which is roughly the same cost as plaster resurfacing. Large inground pools can cost twice as much, but the price you are given may also be affected by your location and the contractor you work with.

Contact Quality USA Pools today to learn more about our pool resurfacing services in Sioux Falls, SD. We would be happy to answer any questions you have and help you choose the best option for your pool. Give us a call today

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