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Let’s face it, your pool’s plaster or surface will not look new and beautiful forever! Sometimes it just reaches a point where it is time to re-invest some money back into the pool. Most people do not realize that the average price of a new pool installed in your backyard is somewhere between $30,000-$50,000 depending on what options you select. So spending a few thousand on your pool surface can get it back to a “like new” look you deserve!
If you are considering Re-plastering or re-surfacing your pool you should expect to pay somewhere between $2,000-$12,000 depending on the size of your pool and the surface option you choose.
We have several surface options available:
Option 1: A an extremity high quality 2-Part Epoxy pool paint product called Zeron made by Olympic see: http://kelleytech.com/olympic/olympic-productline.asp (you buy the paint and primer through us, and you apply it yourself). Expected cost: about $750-$1500 depending on the size of your pool.
Option 2: A standard white plaster job (with a 1 year warranty) Expected Cost: About $3000-$5000 for most pools, completed by our expert plaster crew!
Option 3: Quartz or Diamond Brite: (with a 7 year warranty) which has a fine quartz aggregate mixed with the plaster: Expected Cost: About $6000-8000 for most pools, completed by our expert plaster crew!
Option 4: Pebble Tech or Wet Edge Product (with a 15 year warranty) which has a heavy stone aggregate mixed with the plaster: Expected cost about $8000-$12,000 for most pools, completed by our expert plaster crew.
Obviously there is a large price difference between option 1 and option 4. It all depends on the look you are going for. Most people opt for the plain white plaster (which has a classic blue look to the water).
Contact us for more information and we will give you a free estimate.