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Pool Resurfacing
We use Florida Stucco products: 

Pool repairs and resurfacing. Work by Prestige Pool Plastering - www.PrestigePoolPlastering.com

Tile and Coping Installation
  • National Pool Tile
  • Portabella Tile
  • Luv Tile
  • Castle

Pool Equipment Used
Hayward, Jandy Systems and Pentair.

How is a Pool Renovated?

The first stage is PREP

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  1. We come out and turn your equipment off at your time clock.

  2. We put an electric or gas pump in your pool and drain the water.

  3. We pull the plug in the main drain. This is important to allow any ground water that is under your pool to equalize. If this is not done your pool could pop out of the ground.

  4. Check the pool for any hollows in the existing finish; if there are hollows, we remove them.

  5. Undercut and chip under tile return lines, and the light.

  6. Sandblasting is necessary only when the pool is painted or has fiberglass.

  7. The pool is then washed down and cleaned of all debris.

  8. The Florida Stucco Bond Kote is mixed and applied to the pool. This allows the new plaster to properly bond.

The Plaster Stage

  1. Plaster crew will double-check to make sure no hollows popped up on the existing finish. If so, they will be corrected before applying plaster.

  2. A new frame will be installed over the existing main drain. The new frame will be installed over the existing main drain that is in compliance with the V.B. Act.

  3. The Florida Stucco plaster material will be mixed on the truck and will either be pumped or wheel barrowed back to the pool and the first coat will be applied to the wall. Known as the scratch coat.

  4. Then a 2nd coat of plaster will be applied by hand and troweled to a smooth finish.

  5. We always water wash all our pools.  We now do an acid wash to expose all the 3-M color quartz.

  6. Before we leave, we start the water in your pool. We fill all of our pools with filter tanks with an auto shut off. It is always recommended that you keep an eye on the water level as well. NEVER STOP THE WATER UNLESS IT HAS REACHED THE MIDDLE OF THE TILE LINE. We use filter tanks so we can get the cleanest water possible into your new pool. Florida water contains minerals that may cause staining to new plaster.

The Start up

  1. When the pool is filled we will come out and start up your pool and install the eyeball fittings.

Recommendations after pool is filled

  1. Brush the pool at least once a day for the first 2 weeks and periodically check the filter at your pool equipment. Brushing your pool will remove and help expose the material. Your filter will pick up any cream that will be brushed off the surface. This cream will have to be washed off the filter cartridge or it may harden on the filter.

  2. Do not use a pool cleaner for the first 30 days. Even though the surface feels hard it is still in a curing process and installing a pool cleaner sooner than 30 days may cause a breakdown of the pool surface.

  3. Do not use a pool heater for the first 30 days as well. The material is still in its curing process.

  4. Do not use your salt system for the first 30 days because of the above-mentioned curing process.

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