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Pool Structure Experts
You can count on our extensive renovation experience to help you overhaul and repair your pool and spa.  We specialize in the surface and structure around your pool.  If you are looking to restore, improve, or overhaul you pool, call us first.  One of our specialized staff members can discuss your needs and the options available to you. We are up-to-date with all the newest trends, products and techniques. Projects such as full installations and re-plastering may fall beyond our scope, but with our long tenure in the industry we can assist with recommendations to qualified companies within our well-established professional network.

Here are some of the services we provide:

Crack Repair
Concrete pools sometimes develop cracks in the floor or walls. One of our specialized technicians can inspect these cracks and determine their cause. They may be simple cracks due to shrinkage or they could be structural cracks. Cosmetic imperfections may be ignored, but cracks that allow water leakage should be addressed as soon as possible. Our qualified technicians can stabilize a structural crack using the patented Torque Lock system. Call us for details. 

Coping, Tile, & Stone Repair
If your coping is showing wear, we can assist. After inspecting your structure we can provide you with options, whether it is replacing tiles, re-grouting existing tiles or other tile band issues. Neglect can lead to further tile loss, structural degradation, and leaks. We recommend addressing even small issues. Often the solution is as easy as an annual application of sealants and localized grouting.

Stain Removal
Plaster can develop stains due to organics, calcification, or chemical additions.  If the plaster is in relatively good condition, it can be restored to near-original condition through acid washing. After assessing your pool for suitability and discussing the procedure with you, our trained technicians will carefully monitor the process and maximize the results.

We also provide power-washing and sealing to clean and protect old concrete.

A good renovation plan will never ignore the underground plumbing. As the pool ages, so does the plumbing, becoming susceptible to leaks. Leaking pipes cause soil erosion which can lead to structural damage. A renovation often triggers pipe leaks thru increasing flow rate and the disruption of deck work.
Our experienced project managers and technicians begin with the most efficient design to maximize the performance of all circulation system components. We use only quality pipe and fittings, professionally installed. We finish up with clean backfill and restore all surfaces.

Skimmer Replacement
Not everyone knows skimmers can be replaced. Our qualified team has the knowledge and experience to replace old, leaking skimmers. The process involves cutting concrete, re-setting, and restoring surface appearance. Please contact us for details.

Liner Replacement
Water loss from a damaged liner quickly leads to erosion and degradation of the structure. It is imperative to take care of all liner issues quickly and professionally. To replace damaged liners or improve the look of your pool, contact us for professional consultation.

Equipment Room Rebuild
Reconfiguring the equipment room can provide higher turnover rates, less energy consumption and a cleaner, more organized room.  Proper configuration will minimize potential leaks and prevent floods in equipment rooms and basements, as well.

Equipment Upgrades
If it’s time to replace or upgrade your equipment, we can help you get better features, increased energy efficiency and improved system operation. 

New Plaster Pool Start-Up
Newly constructed or renovated pools need special care upon start up. We have knowledgeable professionals to shepherd your new pool through the lengthy and complex curing process. During the 90 days which your plaster needs to cure, a stable water balance must be achieved and maintained.  Call us to protect your investment as you start up your pool.

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