Fiberglass Pool Resurfacing

Pools and spas that are in poor condition due to wear and tear, abuse, or an accident, can be resurfaced. There are a couple options to fix your pool, based on your type of pool foundation. Our pool services are recommended for units constructed of ground gunite, concrete, or block and fiberglass walled with concrete bottoms. People commonly use vinyl, concrete and paint, or concrete and plaster renovation; but these materials are cheap, require more maintenance, and wear out faster than fiberglass.

Fiberglass Pool Resurfacing by Texas Fiberglass Pools Inc.

Pool Coatings

Coated pools are able to handle all the angles; steps, curves, and other features within a pool or spa are easily coated with fiberglass. Compared to other resurfacing materials, the resurfacing that we offer at Texas Fiberglass Pools Inc. will hold up for more years of use and require less maintenance.

How is this possible? Fiberglass is better because a natural characteristic of the fiberglass material is being able to move with your pool during contraction and expansion during weather conditions, which cause serious damage to other materials, such as plaster and exposed concrete.

What Are Your Swimming Pool Resurfacing Options?

We resurface existing pools made of gunite, fiberglass, or a “combination” with new fiberglass. A combination pool is made with either fiberglass walls or metal walls and a concrete bottom.

We have yet to meet a pool we cannot renovate and remodel! Fiberglass pools maintain their shape in any condition, and they require much less maintenance. We offer a variety of colors for your pool surface: white, light blue, blue, medium blue, and blue-green. Our fiberglass pool surfaces will bring sparkle, splendor, and sustainability to your pool for generations.

Contact us today to learn more about resurfacing your pool with Texas Fiberglass Pools Inc.



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