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Pool Resurfacing in Maryland from Rhine Pools

 

Has the finish in your pool been deteriorating? It may be time for a pool resurfacing in Maryland. This week, we’ll talk about what happens to pool finishes over time, and when it might be time for a new one. We’ll also talk about your options when it comes to pool finishes and how you can benefit from a finish like Quartzite or Pebble Tec. Keep on reading to get all the information you need!

What happens to a pool’s finish over time?

Pool finishes lose their luster naturally over time, and eventually will need to be replaced. This is the result of several factors. First, the chemicals you use to clean the water will degrade the quality of the finish over time. If these chemical levels aren’t balanced correctly, this wear and tear can happen even faster, which is why it’s important to keep your chemical levels properly balanced. Low calcium levels and high stabilizer levels, for example, are bad for your pool’s finish.

When do I need pool resurfacing in Maryland?

If the finish in your pool is starting to flake away, it’s time to consider resurfacing. The best thing to do is a complete resurface, as patching will only fix the problem temporarily.

What are my pool finish options?

So you’ve decided to get pool resurfacing in Maryland. What are your options when it comes to finishes?

Plaster

Plaster is your basic concrete pool finish. It leaves a smooth finish on the concrete and is available in a number of colors. However, plaster will last the shortest amount of time among pool finishes, at between 6 and 8 years.

Quartzite

Quartzite is the next step up from a plaster finish. This finish uses tiny pieces of quartz that give the concrete a sandy feel. Quartzite finishes are available in a number of colors and give your pool a nice glistening look. This finish will last between 8 and 10 years.

Pebble Tec

Pebble Tec is the top shelf of pool finishes. There are a number of finishes available from Pebble Technology, manufacturer of Pebble Tec, including Pebble Fina, Pebble Sheen and BeadCrete. All use a pebble aggregate that not only looks incredible but significantly prolongs the life of the finish. These finishes will last from 10 to 15 years. That’s twice as long as a plaster finish!

pool resurfacing Maryland

If you want to learn more about pool finishes or pool resurfacing in Maryland, contact Rhine Pools today! In addition to pool resurfacing, we do complete pool renovations if you’re looking for a complete overhaul of your pool. Call us today at 410-442-2445 to learn more!

 

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