We pay attention to the details when doing your pool resurfacing so you’ll be thrilled with the results.
Over time, the appearance and condition of your swimming pool’s surface can change and leave you wondering if you need to go to the expense of replacing the pool. The good news is that here at Backyard Paradise and Restoration, our pool resurfacing technique can restore your pool far more affordably and with less disruption and downtime. An unappealing swimming pool can adversely affect the value of your Mooresville, North Carolina home and keep you and your family from enjoying the pool. Let us change that by restoring it to its original beauty.
We begin by assessing the situation with your swimming pool to determine if it just needs pool resurfacing or if there are also cracks or tiny leaks that also must be addressed. The complete process of restoring your pool requires removing the water and preparing the surface for its new coating. This usually involves removing what is left of the original topcoat so that the new surface will adhere effectively and not give you problems down the road. We take the time to discuss your options for the pool resurfacing, so you can get the final result that suits your pool type and your personal preferences.
There are some who will tell you that pool resurfacing is a quick and easy process, but we prefer to be upfront about the complexity and scope of the project. We won’t promise you’ll be back to swimming in a time period that we cannot deliver on. We would rather take the time and attention to detail to give you a quality pool resurfacing than rush through the project and leave you with unsatisfactory results. You can trust us to keep you in the loop and deliver on our promises throughout your pool resurfacing project. Call today to learn more and get a quote that includes the price and timeline for restoring your pool.
At Backyard Paradise and Restoration, we offer pool resurfacing services in Lake Norman, Mooresville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Charlotte, Caldwell, and Mount Mourne, North Carolina.