Pound Pool Plastering

Signs Your Pool Needs Resurfacing

June 28, 2019 Pound Pool Plastering 0

Is your pool in need of some extra love and extreme maintenance? Do you know the signs that your swimming pool is giving you that it may be time for resurfacing?  Some our obvious, some not so much.  All in all, your Gunite swimming pool is very helpful in telling you it needs some attention. … Read more

Materials To Choose For Your Plaster Pool

May 24, 2019 Pound Pool Plastering 0

With summer right around the corner many people have begun to consider the shape their pools plaster is in, and others are starting to think about installing a new plaster pool.  Whichever situation describes the one you are in; Pound Pool Plastering is here to help. Whether you are classic and want something clean and… Read more

The Right Time To Open Your Swimming Pool In Michigan

April 24, 2019 Pound Pool Plastering 0

Boy was this winter long and cold!  The deep freeze we endured makes the amazing weather we are having a real treat.  It also encourages us to get outside and start prepping for summer.  Let’s be honest, the other day when it reached 75 and we had to slather ourselves in sunscreen what we really… Read more

Common Mistakes That Occur in Pool Maintenance

March 8, 2019 Pound Pool Plastering 0

We all make mistakes when it comes to maintaining our homes and our pools are not exempt.  When caring for your pool a simple mistake while adding chemicals can take the pool out of commission for weeks.  Unfortunatly however, mistakes in maintaining your pool occur both big and small. Large mistakes in caring for your… Read more

Finishes for a Gunite Pool: Plaster, Pebble, and Tile

February 18, 2019 Pound Pool Plastering 0

Pound Pool Plastering cares a great deal about our clients and their concrete pools.  We want to ensure that your plaster pool is finished with the utmost of care.  Standard white plaster is a classic, timeless, look that many homeowners still choose today however, there are other options available that may change your mind.  Standard… Read more

Properly Opening a Freshly Plastered Pool

January 11, 2019 Pound Pool Plastering 0

The first 30 days after a swimming pool has been plastered are the most important.  It is critical that the plaster is properly cured.  This is done by maintaining a proper balance in the pool waters chemistry and maintaining it throughout the life of the pool.  When starting up the pool the main objective will… Read more

Procrastinating On Closing Your Pool For The Winter

December 17, 2018 Pound Pool Plastering 0

By now, most of us Northerners have shut down our pools in preparation for the winter season.  Let’s face it, unless you are a polar bear and enjoy frigid cold-water temps you aren’t going to be swimming after November. However, there may still be a few of you out there that have delayed the inevitable and… Read more

How Will I Know If It’s Time To Redo My Pools Plaster Finish?

November 16, 2018 Pound Pool Plastering 0

There is one question we are asked more than any other.  Can you guess what it is? If you guessed, “When will I know it is time to re-plaster my pool?” you were right! Unfortunately there isn’t one simple answer we can give you except that trust us, you will know when it’s time.  There… Read more

Winter is Right Around the Corner

October 11, 2018 Pound Pool Plastering 0

When it comes to closing your plaster pool for the winter there are three goals for most homeowners: Preserve the quality of pool water Secure all pool equipment Protect the pools plaster surface Water freezes, it’s pretty simple.  When the temperature dips below 32 degrees Fahrenheit the water in your pool will begin to freeze. … Read more

The Perfect Backyard Enhancement: A Gunite Swimming Pool

September 14, 2018 Pound Pool Plastering 0

Gunite swimming pools are one of the most popular options for homeowners.  Building a Gunite pool requires a crew to dig a hole in the desired shape, the installation of plumbing, and a rebar grid that is the framework of the structure.  The steel rebar frame is secured in place using wire.  Once this has… Read more