What is the best interior finish for a swimming pool?
Jewels 4 Pools, Geo Polymer modified non fade 100% pure crystal pool lining would have to be the best pool lining available for concrete pools in the world today.
It's been tested for nearly 10 years now and compared to other types of finishes has proven to be highly durable.
Best thing of all is its supa smooth on your skin, no scratches or abrasions, just as good as tiles.
Best thing we ever did for our pool!
Marcite was the material used to finish the interior of a concrete swimming pool. It is in simple terms a mixture of crushed marble and white cement mixed with water to form plaster which is then applied to the pool floor and walls with trowels to provide a smooth finish for the interior of the pool . These days we use what are known as exposed aggrigate materials to finish pools which contain man made…
What is the best for resurfacing a pool Plaster with silicone 3M quartz ScotiaWhite quartz the purest concrete and is it better to chip out than to sandblast?
I imagine you are considering these finishes for the texture and the cost? I would recommend the 3M ColorQuartz at 85% blend, and chipout is really best for resurfacing your pool. The more of the older interior you remove the better chances you will have no issues from your previous interior finish.
If you are asking what products are included when you purchase a swimming pool, the answer is..."it depends". Our company, Florida Bonded Pools in Jacksonville (floridabondedpools.com) Florida, sells a basic pool package that includes an in-ground concrete swimming pool with an exposed aggregate interior finish, pump, filter, (2) main drains, (3) wall returns, chlorine tablet feeder, waterline tile, walk in steps, bench in the deep area, skimmer, pool light, pool decking, etc... Other pools we…
Gunite is not a finish for a pool. Gunite is not waterproof, and is used as the structural shell when building a swimming pool-some contractors may choose shot-crete- but not as the interior finish. Once the shell is in place you need a waterproof coating so that your swimming pool holds water. Tile would work if you set it over a waterproof bed (pool brite or something similar) The problem is that tile would be…