A splendid swimming pool with its spectacular aura.


Your swimming pool is your leisure zone. It fills you with its calmness and coolness. Immerse into its tranquility to rejuvenate yourself regularly. Think of it. You can spend a romantic, peaceful, and relaxing time around your private pool.

Or, imagine having a candle light dinner with your soul mate. What can be more refreshing than spending time with your loved ones? Swimming pools infuse life to your backyard. It paints the picture of a world which is different from your regular one.

Wouldn't you like to maintain and preserve such a splendour at your home?

Just like in us humans, time consumes your pool too. It wears off. When this happens it needs to be resurfaced. When you resurface or replaster your pool, you are investing in your home. The new pool appearance adds to the aesthetic appeal of your home too.

When do you need to re-plaster your pool?

Consider replastering when you observe the following signs

  • An uneven pool surface
  • Stains on the pool surface
  • Leakage in your pool
  • Find it difficult to maintain chemical balance in the pool water
  • When you consider a new look for your pool

Among the various resurfacing options, CDC Pools Baja Pebble or aquaBright ecoFINISH surface can enhance your home's value by giving a brand new look to your backyard.

What distinguishes these two exclusive replastering options from the regular ones?

1. Let us dig deeper into Baja Pebble...

This variety is segregated into

Baja Mini pebble offers the durability of pebble without the roughness of traditional standard pebble. It comes in varieties of beautiful colours. Baja Pebble Micro Mini is the result of more than 20 years of testing blends of pozzolanic additives, cement, and pebbles. It is claimed to be the smoothest interiors pool surface.

2. Learn about CDC's exclusive aquaBright ecoFinish...

aquaBright is a non-porous ph neutral surface. It differs from the more porous cement based plaster surface. With this kind of replastering, your water looks clearer and cleaner. Re-plastering with elegance demands these in-trend CDC Pools products. However, there are several other options available for your convenience.

Here are the other alternatives for replastering your pool

1. Fibreglass is economical and popular choice for resurfacing

Before beginning the process, smoothing of underwater space is a must. This can be done by filling the cracks. After this, to seal the job, three coats available in a variety of colours and textures are applied.

Fibreglass has its own unique advantages...

  • It's long lasting
  • It absorbs fewer chemicals and less organic materials.
  • It resists algae and stains.

2. Painting can be a cheaper alternative to replastering.

Remove the old paint. Spray a new coat of epoxy paint. It is the most durable paint among several others such as rubber based or acrylic paint. If maintained properly, these too can last for several years. This technique ensures to meet your budget successfully.

3. Changing the tiles can too embellish your pool's beauty.

Bring your pool back to life with new tiles. It is same as we do indoors. A scratch coat is applied, tiles are laid, and grout is put in between. New titles surely add an elegance to your pool's beauty. However, those can be costly, depending on the size of your pool.

Choose your desired alternative for adding a touch of uniqueness to your private swimming pool.

Are you looking for more transparency in pool replastering services? Make your task easy by relying on the experience of the experts.

CDC Pools swimming pool remodelling company with its wider scope can provide you with its service in several areas such as pool resurfacing, pool remodelling, pool enhancement, pool equipment and plumbing, pool water features.

Take advantage of needed services from the pool specialist since 1990.

Have you any insights from your pool replastering experience? Let us know about it in the comments section below.


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