Flower Mound, Texas: Flower Mound Pool Care & Maintenance, a reliable and long-standing member of the Flower Mound Business Community, recently announced extended pool resurfacing services to residential pool owners in Flower Mound, Lewisville, Southlake, and the surrounding areas. With nearly two decades of experience in pool maintenance and renovation, the company is expanding services to meet the growing pool resurfacing needs challenging many swimming pool owners.
Pool resurfacing cost can range from $1,000 to $30,000
Many local swimming pool owners understand the complexities of pool ownership. With other swimming pool companies closing their doors, demand for local pool care services has only increased with a particular demand for swimming pool resurfacing. Over time, a swimming pool’s surface degrades due to exposure to the weather as well as pool chemicals. If not resurfaced, the pool may become a breeding ground for algae, fungi, and bacteria. In addition, hard-to-see hairline cracks may develop and leak water into the surrounding ground which could damage other areas of the property. Other unsightly consequences include staining, blistering, dangerous broken edges, and an overall lower property value.
If a swimming pool looks run-down with stains, cracks, chips, or even just an unusually rough surface then it’s time to consider pool resurfacing. Delaying this important part of swimming pool maintenance can lead to bigger, more expensive issues. Here’s how pool owners can tell if it’s time to resurface their pool:
Peeling or Flaking
If a plaster or gunite swimming pool is flaking or peeling, it’s time to resurface. The flaking and peeling effect is called spalling and it typically first appears around the edges of the pool floor or on the steps. When this happens, the only way to fix the problem is by resurfacing the pool before it worsens.
Cracks or Chips
Cracks or chips on the surface of your swimming pool are a telltale sign you need to resurface, and soon. Ideally, it’s best to resurface before leaks develop. If the swimming pool is leaking into the surrounding ground, it can cause problems with any other structures on the property.
If a swimming pool is losing more water than normal, then it’s likely due to a leak. Soil shifts around the pool are a common culprit for leaky pools. These leaks will need to be found and addressed prior to resurfacing to prevent further damage. If not repaired, then leaks can not only lead to damage to other structures on the property but contribute to below-surface erosion and even create sinkholes.
Staining or Discoloration
Over time swimming pool surfaces become more porous due to exposure to the sun, weather, and pool chemicals. As a result, minerals, rust, algae, and bacteria find their way into these tiny holes and stain the swimming pool. If there is noticeable staining, then it means the pool’s surface is slowly being compromised and it needs resurfacing.
The same factors that contribute to a higher porosity of a pool’s surface also account for the pool’s rough texture. As plaster wears thin or breaks down the once smooth surface becomes rough and uncomfortable to walk or sit on. The only solution is to resurface the pool.
The cost of resurfacing a swimming pool depends on several different factors. Both pool size and shape come into play as well as the current condition of the pool, the material it is made out of, and what kind of finish the client wants. It’s also important to understand that any needed repairs or customizations can also add to the total.
“Our priority is to provide our clients with high-quality work for a reasonable price. Our crew members all have families of their own so we understand how much a great pool can really bring the family together. We want to spread the fun and enjoyment of pool ownership throughout our communities and among our neighbors, so they can experience the joy of gathering together and enjoying time with one another in their own backyard,” says Bryan Wood, COO, Flower Mound Pool Care & Maintenance
About the Company: Flower Mound Pool Care and Maintenance has a skilled and experienced staff that has been working in the swimming pool industry for over 20 years. Founded by Flower Mound Locals, they are dedicated to helping pool owners in the area with all their pool maintenance, repair, and refinishing needs. Contact Flower Mound Pool Care and Maintenance for more information about pool resurfacing.
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Flower Mound Pool Care and Maintenance has a skilled and experienced staff that has been working in the swimming pool industry for over 20 years.