Gunite Pool Leak Detection and Repair
Get gunite leak detection and repair done right the first time with Texas Fiberglass Pools. We truly believe that every pool owner, commercial or residential, has the right to an exquisite-looking swimming pool or spa, made with quality materials. We have over 20 years of experience fixing and resurfacing pools for our Texas and surrounding states of Oklahoma, Louisiana, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Nebraska area customers.
Happiness and relaxation should result from beautiful pools and to ensure that, regular pool system repair and pool maintenance is required. Sun damage and wear and tear make some repairs inevitable, but there are many other problems that could spring up and ruin your pool.
Take note that if someone provides you a swimming pool repair quote to fix a pool crack with staples, epoxy injection or plaster over it, expect to repair it again in 6 to 12 months. The proper way to fix a pool crack is by using stainless steel staples, which do now rust over time, and are covered with epoxy; but, the most important aspect is what is laid over it, which should be fiberglass. Also, consider that stainless steel staples work best when you use it with something flexible such as fiberglass. When using staples with fiberglass, you have 20% to 30% more flexibility on your pool’s surface. With plaster, concrete, or other pool surfaces, you will have 0% flexibility which can cause problems down the road.
Our Texas Fiberglass Poolspool repair professionals have years of professional expertise. We guarantee that no pool repair, waterfall installment, or patio job is beyond our ability! We have yet to meet a project we couldn’t handle.
Our technicians excel in providing outstanding service for any problem or task. Our experts understand problems with cracks in gunite pools and can identify solutions and carry the right products to keep your pool running properly and looking spectacular.
Fiberglass Is the Material of Choice to Resurface a Pool
There are different types of materials people use to line modern day pools, but we can assure you that fiberglass is the most durable, affordable, and easiest to install and maintain. People assume concrete with a plaster liner is enough, but they stress and crack over time as they expand and contract with the seasons.
You might need to resurface a pool about every 3 years, but fiberglass pools maintain their shape in any condition, and they require much less maintenance that lasts decades without ever needing a full pool resurfacing!