Whether you are classic and want something clean and straightforward, like a simple white plaster, or you want multiple colors which can be found with pebble finishes, or something in between there is something available to fit your need.
With summer right around the corner many people have begun to consider the shape their pools plaster is in, and others are starting to think about installing a new plaster pool. Whichever situation describes the one you are in; Pound Pool Plastering is here to help.
Our pool plaster finish specialists understand the benefits and drawbacks that come with every surface product available for your plaster pool finish. There is a lot of information to digest, especially if you are new to the pool scene, which means it is crucial to find a pool plaster company that fully understands the pros and cons of different plaster materials. Our pool surface coordinators are experts in communicating with clients throughout the process from choosing a finish through to the day the water is filled.
Pool plaster is a unique element in that it is always submerged in water that is treated with chemicals. It is different than other types of plaster materials. Use the following as a guide when discovering more about different pool finishes.
White pool plaster has been a standard finish for many pool and spa surfaces. For as long as people have been swimming and soaking, white plaster has been around and remains a popular choice even with the introduction of new materials. The strength of white plaster is that it offers a clean, light, blue appearance when the water fills the pool.
It is also more affordable than other plaster options. The concern with white pool plaster is like that of all plaster concerns in that if the chemicals within the pool are not properly maintained you can expect a change in the plaster’s appearance. With white plaster these may stand out more than they would with a colored plaster.
Some pool owners choose to use plaster with additives added. These additives hide the imperfections that come with time from white and colored plaster alone. These highly innovative chemical additives are combined with the plaster before the application process. The additives change the physical and chemical composition of the plaster and essentially strengthen the plaster, making it more durable without having to sacrifice the aesthetics and texture. These additives do tend to add to the overall cost of the plaster but added longevity may make it worth it.
Another option is aggregate. This is a special ceramic coated sand that is pre-mixed into the plaster. There are many benefits to aggregate.
It offers a wide range of color options from basic beige to vibrant greens. It also creates a surface that is stronger than white plaster alone. It is the most expensive pool plaster variant and can be susceptible to surface issues if the water chemistry is off.
There are a ton of variables to consider before choosing a material/finish for you pool! Call the experts at Pound Pool Plastering today for a free in home consultation at (248) 476.4544. Pound Pool Plastering offers several options when it comes to servicing your pool including plaster, caulk, tiling, cement decks, plumbing, and coping in both commercial and residential settings. More information can be found at https://www.pound-pool-plastering.com/