I resurfaced my 28,000 gallon gunite pool in 2002 with a "pebble Tech" finish, ceramic tile at the water line and bullnose coping. The project cost me $13,000. However, I am currently waiting for that same company to come out to mu pool and explain why the coping is cracking and falling apart...
Pebble tec has a nice appearance to it, however, overtime the pebbles tend to delaminate leaving a gritty feel on your feet. I would have recommended a pool coatings called "ArmorGuard". Its available at www.ecosmartepoxysysytems.com , this is a simple do it yourself application. roller applied. it is NOT A PAINT. This product will permanently coat your pool and will never flake, peel or chalk. I use this product on almost every pool remodel I do. It is also alot cheaper than pebbletec and will out perform any other coating or paint on the market.
The average cost of a gunite pool is $75,000. The price for the installation of this type of pool can range from $50,000 to $100,000.
The cost to resurface a gunite pool depends on your location, the size of your pool, and exactly what you want done. On average, as of 2014 it cost between $8,000 and $15,000 to resurface a pool.
The average price for a 20' x 30' gunite pool would be $15,000 to $25,000.
How to resurface a gunite (or concrete) pool with fiberglass is explained in "Pool Resurfacing Made Easy" written in 1999 by Bill Nash, CEO of UGlassIt Pool Resurfacing, Inc. It can be ordered online at uglassit.com/order_book.htm. The company provides all the material and supplies necessary for the resurfacing of all kinds of swimming pools, plus telephone help is available 7 days weekly.
The average size pool (14 or 15 X36) approx. 19,000gallons gunite pool will cost you around $32,000. I recently went "pool" shopping with multiple builders and this would be an average price. This does not include all the extra water features, etc.
25,000 to 60,00o
Gunite, cement does not rust.
No. Gunite is concrete.
The first gunite pool built in Salt Lake City Utah was built in 1957 and is still in use today.Kenny Kummer Brody Chemical
How often should you resurface a gunite pool?
p'*average depth + sq'/.32
Pebble sheen is the finish on the surface of a pool gunite is the cement that a pool is constructed from in other words you can finish a gunite pool with pebble sheen.