Swimming Pool Plaster
Yes, we offer plaster. But our plaster is more than most other plaster you'll find because a high percentage of its content is quartz, not plaster. Quartz is far harder than cement. Which means it is more durable and longer-lasting the normal plaster.
Why investing in professional pool plastering in
Phoenix Arizona is worth it.
Pool plaster is the finished coating to the surface of your in-ground pool. Over the years, pool plaster finishing can become damaged, stained, scratched or broken,
especially if your pool has been frequently enjoyed over time.
Causes of plastering damage include, but aren’t limited to, the following:
- Storm damage and corrosion
- Draining the pool and leaving it uncovered
- Damage caused by debris and dirt
- User damage and normal wear and tear
- The overall age of your swimming pool
- Faulty installation and improper maintenance
What it actually means to plaster a pool..
We offer swimming pool plastering services throughout the Phoenix area that can also educate homeowners and business owners. Fresh plaster needs time to cure, and a freshly plastered pool needs to be taken care of. Fresh pool plaster, especially in the hot Arizona sun, requires a frequently-brushed swimming pool.
A tip you shouldn’t overlook, we sure don’t!
No chemicals should be added within the first two weeks unless instructed by your Arizona pool plastering company .
There are some great benefits to redoing the plaster in your older pool instead of getting a new one.
Pool plastering helps create a brand new look for your pool, as well as making it a clean, safe surface again. You don’t want a pool with plaster that has broken off, which can be dangerous, unclean for your pool and bad for your pool’s filtration system.
Customers love CDC Pools
"We couldn't be happier with the pool remodel that CDC did to our pool area. It not only looks beautiful but the process was very smooth. We had 3 estimates in the beginning. For what we got CDC was the best price. Raphael & Daniel were our points of contact & they couldn't have been more responsive. I would heartily recommend CDC."