Pool Remodeling Process:


First, we must drain your pool to the sewer cleanout or street in accordance with the city laws and regulations.

Interior Chip-out

Once the pool is drained, we will use jackhammers and air chisels to chip-out the interior surface. If you chose to replace your tile, then the existing tile will be removed at this time.

Interior Surface

The interior surface phase process will vary depending on the surface you select. Pebble, Plaster and 3M Quartz are all applied by a pressurized spray nozzle. The finishing touch is then done by hand trowel to a smooth finish. If you chose a pebble surface, then the surface will be acid washed to reveal the pebbles' natural beauty on the following work day.

Pool Fill

After your new surface has been installed, we must then fill your pool full of water. The pool-filling process takes anywhere between 12 to 30 hours depending on the size of the pool. Once the process of filling has begun, you can not stop the water until it has reached the middle of the water line tile. Failure to follow these filling instructions could result in imperfections and/or discoloration in the new interior surface.


This phase consists of adding the necessary chemicals to balance the water, then mechanically starting-up all of the pumps. During this time, we will instruct you on the maintenance and operation of your new equipment and surface. Some surface brushing will be necessary to eliminate residue left over from process of applying a new interior surface.

And congratulations! Once this phase is completed your pool is swim ready.

Plaster Selection

Resurfacing a pool is a major decision for most pool owners when considering the surface that is right for them.

As far as the application process goes, pool resurfacing hasn't changed that much over the years. What have changed are the products that go into that process. The options to choose from can vary widely depending on cost, color and texture. Like with almost anything, there are pros and cons to all of these products.

We still apply white pool plaster, but there are some notorious characteristics that come with this sort of application that compromise the structural integrity if not cared for properly. The four pool surfaces we offer - plaster, quartz, pebble and beadcrete - each have their place when resurfacing a pool. Below are short descriptions of each surface application we install.


Diamond Bright SGM:

Aqua Blue Aqua Quartz Blue Classic Cool-Blue French Gray Ivory Majave Beige Marlin-Blue Mindnight Blue Oyester Quartz Pearl Plaster Tahoe Blue Verde

Wet Edge - Luna:

Aruba Bermuda Key West Madagascar Martinique Montego Pacific Polar White St Maarteen

Wet Edge - Pearl:

Aqua Pearl Black Magic Chilean Beach_caribbean Chilean Beach_gold Chilean Beach_plum Chilean Beach_tahoe Dove Grey Jet Black Mediterraean Midnight Ocean New Zealand_blue New Zealand_tropical Soft White White Pearl

Wet Edge - Satin:

Antigua Aqua Blue Black Velvet Champagne Cool Blue Irish Creme JetBlack Midnight Sea Northshore Caribbean Northshore Gold Northshore Plum Northshore Tahoe Polar White Smokey Grey supreme_white Tahitian Blue Tahitian Tropical White Diamonds

Traditional white plaster finishes are known to lose their structure and beauty as they age. Wet Edge® is a long lasting pool finish, which uses quality dyes and modified cement that implements the latest scientific advancements in cement materials.

Our Wet Edge® admixture, Pebble Edge®, is a pozzolan-polymer blend that increases the quality of the cement by making it harder, denser and more resilient against natural elements and pool chemicals. Wet Edge® pool finishes are only installed by trained and certified Wet Edge Installers around the country.