Is your swimming pool worn and showing signs of age? If you answered yes, it might be time to consider resurfacing your pool. If the integrity of your pool is compromised, it will show signs of cracking, blisters in the coating, or discolorations on the surface. Depending on what type and size of pool you have, this could be a simple project or a massive undertaking. Hiring professional contractors to refinish your pool is more efficient when it comes to the labor of the job but the price would be astronomical. Resurfacing costs anywhere from $15,000 to $30,000, which is crazy to me. I’d rather learn how to do it myself and gain some valuable skills while I’m at it. If you decide on resurfacing your pool yourself, here are some helpful tips on how to resurface your swimming pool yourself.
Maybe it’s been a few (or more) years since you installed your swimming pool, and the signs are starting to show: the pool floor is rough, rust spots are all over the walls, and the plaster is wearing thin. Maybe you’re remodeling your backyard. Or maybe you just want a different look for your pool. No matter what your reason is, if you’re looking to replaster your swimming pool, this step-by-step how-to guide will help you get the job done.