interior pool finishing
Pool Interior Finishing
Your pool's interior finishing is extremely important. Why? Because it's part of what protects the interior part of the pool. Even if you're going for esthetics--you need to choose the correct material so that it lasts. Otherwise, you will have to drain and replaster again and this is not cheap. You'll have to do that anyway, but, the longer you can leave that out of your budget--the better. When your pool interior finishing is maintained properly--it can represent your style and personality. It can even be a conversation piece for your pool party guests. Have a multistory dwelling? The pool interior finishing will turn your pool into a gazing pool with a killer view looking down into color and texture.
Choosing Plaster: This is the most common choice for most people for two reasons. First--it leaves a uniform finish and it is the most inexpensive of them all. The color choices are a bit limited but those looking for plaster aren't looking for crazy aesthetics--it's mostly for practical purposes. You normally have the choice of white with blue or green. Keep in mind though, that the color of the pool will affect what the color of the water will be quite a bit. Plaster pools can last in good shape for at least 20 years provided they are maintained properly. The chemicals have to be kept balanced at all times for the life and longevity of the pool.
Pebbling: This is a very popular interior finishing for a pool. It is actually much more durable than plaster. They are river pebbles that are embedded in the interior of the pool. They are more resistant against the harshness of chemical imbalance than the concrete and plaster varieties and may last years more. You also get a choice of many more colors than you do with the plaster pool interior finishing. They stand up against the chemicals and maintain their color longer than plaster interior pool finishing.
Tile Pool Finishing: Tiling is a reasonable pool interior finishing. It is meant to last the entire lifetime of the pool. It is available in many colors--probably the most of all the choices for interior pool finishing. It stands up well to the chemicals and promote a wonderful finish which is smooth all the time. This is the most expensive choice to use.
Interior Pool Finishing Process: Here at Orange County Best Pools we boast a knowledgeable staff that can answer any question you have about your pool interior finishing. The people who answer the phone are the same people who work out in the field. You'll never be patched out to an outsourced phone center to speak to someone who doesn't know how to answer your questions. We know anything to do with your pool is a challenge and an investment so we're ready when you are. We will take the details of your situation and send a qualified pool finishing expert to you, ready to help.
Pool Interior Finishing Assessment: The following step is the assessment. One of our qualified pool finishers will come and assess the project. Most of the time you will already have the hole dug out--hopefully by us. This is if it's your first pool and not a refinishing of an existing pool. We will discuss with you what your personal dynamic is. How much use the pool will have, and how much time and budget you have to maintain it. This will hold some weight as to which interior pool finishing you will need. If it is going to be low maintenance, then it probably will be pebbling or tile. If you are meticulous then plaster will do.
The Final Step: We will then schedule the phases it takes to install the pool interior finishing. There are some elements that affect the process--such as the time of year and climate.
We at Orange County Best Pools are dedicated to the residents of Orange County. We know you--and we know your unique lifestyle. We make sure we have the staff on hand to actually support you are and what you need.