Here’s an overview of what to expect with a typical replastering project. Of course, depending on the nature of the project, the schedule may vary. Your own specific schedule will be outlined during your consultation.
Consultation & Estimate:
We will meet with you at your home to discuss your pool plastering needs. We are happy to provide guidance and assistance to help you decide on the best plastering, tiling, and decking options. We will share plaster samples, and you are invited to explore the wide range of decking and tiling options at our supplier, National Pool Tile in Tempe.
Proposal and Acceptance:
We provide you with a detailed proposal that outlines the work to be performed, and the materials selected. With your approval, we will select a start date for the project, and begin the work. A member of our team will stay in contact with you to ensure your satisfaction every step of the way.
Step 1: We will arrive at your home to drain your pool with an auto-shutoff pump. You do not need to be home at the time of work, as long as you arrange access to your pool through a side gate or alley. We typically drain the water into sewer access, lawn or landscape area.
Step 2: Once the pool is completely drained, our team will return to chip off the plaster and tile according to your project plans. We use jack hammers and pneumatic tools, so this step will be a little noisy! All debris is cleaned up and hauled away.
Step 3: If your plan calls for new water line tile or cap tile, we will install those next. During the initial consultation, we can provide tile suggestions or you can explore the wide range of tiling and decking options at our supplier, National Pool Tile in Tempe.
Step 4: If your project includes new decking, we will mask off the water line tile and adjoining areas and apply the new decking surface according to your material and color preferences. New decking will make your replastered pool look fantastic.
Step 5: Our team will return to replaster your pool with your chosen surface material. Since the material sets and drys quickly, we will begin re-filling your pool shortly afterwards. Once the water reaches the desired tile line you can turn off the water. Refill times can vary according to the size of your pool.
We will then advise you on next steps for getting your pool ready for swimming, including chemical recommendations and brushing instructions.