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Resurfacing Your Pool

Having a pool at home can mean countless hours of summer fun. You can relax and enjoy the summer sun from the privacy of your own back yard. Your children can splash and play with friends, and you don’t even have to spend money taking them to a public pool! However, there comes a point when you have to think about pool resurfacing. Unfortunately, in-ground pools do not have an unlimited life expectancy, and pool resurfacing can get expensive. So what are your options when resurfacing your pool?

The gallery below shows the 15-step process:

Getting the Help You Need

Companies like Robinson Restorations in VA can help you determine how you should resurface your pool. While there are many different options for pool resurfacing, one of the best and most used option for resurfacing your pool is using a fiberglass liner. Some pools are made with Marcite or vinyl liners, but these have a lower life expectancy than a fiberglass liner. Pool resurfacing is not something that you want to have to continue to do every few years, and fiberglass liners can help you to not have to resurface your home pool as often as other liners.

Low-Maintenance Solutions

Fiberglass requires less maintenance. If you like to just relax and enjoy your pool, then this might be the best option for you. In addition, if you properly maintain your pool, the fiberglass liners can last for over twenty years. Compare this to marcite resurfacing, which typically must be replaced every ten to fifteen years. That’s over twice the longevity, on average, for a fiberglass pool over a marcite one!

Envisioning Your New Pool

Another thing that you have to think about when considering pool resurfacing is how your pool will look with the new liner. Do you want to have to worry about stains and algae? While using the proper chemicals in your water helps, the right pool surface can actually help keep stains, algae growth, and discoloration at bay. This is why certain liners require less maintenance, and some even require less chemicals in your water. If you are environmentally friendly or trying to keep the harsh chemicals off of your or your children’s skin, pool resurfacing that allows for less chemical use might be the best option for you.

After doing your research on the internet, it is important to contact a pool resurfacing company so that you can better understand your options when resurfacing your pool. Companies like Robinson Restorations in VA are more than happy to help you sort through the options and make an informed decision for what is best for you and your pool. Using a reputable, trustworthy company for your pool resurfacing will help you to be able to enjoy many more years of summer fun in your in-ground pool. After all, you put a lot of money into building the pool initially; why let it crumble from lack of maintenance? Visit Robinson-Restorations.com today for more information.


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