An ecoFINISH pool interior is ideal for those looking to remodel your pool and change your pool interior. There are a few alternatives to tile, plaster, and aggregate if none of these options are particularly appealing to you.
ecoFINISH is a feasible option that we frequently suggest to our customers. It’s possible you’re familiar with the product, but just in case you’re not, we’ll take this opportunity to educate you on what an ecoFINISH is, how much they cost, and the differences between an ecoFINISH and other pool surfaces.
Benefits of Choosing an ecoFINISH Pool Interior
Given that we specialize in pool interior installations, we are frequently asked what steps need to be taken in order to restore a damaged or worn-out pool interior. Normally, we recommend a product like ecoFINISH to our customers for a number of reasons, so of which include:
- ecoFINISH is a better choice for color and uniformity.
- Does not fade or create large blotchy clouds.
- No ‘hot start’ required.
- Trucking in water to protect the finish is not required.
- pH neutral and chemical resistant.
- You can perform pool startup immediately.
- Material is softer on the feet than other pool interior options.
How Much Does an ecoFINISH Cost?
There are a number of variables that will affect how much it costs to refinish your pool with an ecoFINISH product. To begin, the cost will increase in direct proportion to the square footage and volume of your pool or spa. The price may increase if sandblasting is required to remove paint from the surface of your pool.
Pricing for ecoFINISH will range from around $10,000 to $15,000 or more for a small to larger inground pool, which is roughly the same as the cost of resurfacing your pool with plaster. Large inground pools can cost twice as much to install, although the final figure you pay may vary depending on your location and the contractor you hire.
What’s The Difference Between Other Pool Interiors?
Unless you’re a chemist or you find joy in experimenting with various chemical mixtures, chemistry is probably the last thing on your mind right before you dive into your pool. Since the aquaBRIGHTpool finish is pH neutral, you won’t have to worry about constantly adjusting the pool’s water chemistry.
Whether you’re looking for a specific shade or want to explore a broad palette, you won’t have to go far to find it. Regardless of the color you pick, your pool will look fantastic after being treated with ecoFINISH. It doesn’t matter if you want a deeper shade or a more pastel blue, you’ll find that you have more color options with an ecoFINISH.
A “hot start,” which typically lasts two weeks, is necessary before a pool with a colorful finish may be used. In this method, muriatic acid is poured into a pool to oxidize the calcium that has leached from the curing masonry. Because aquaBRIGHT is a plastic coating, it won’t need to go through this laborious procedure.