What is the process of Replastering a pool?
Thereof, how long does it take to Replaster a pool?
If your pool is new, it takes around 4-5 hours to plaster your pool. On a standard replaster, weather permitting, it will only take about two to three consecutive days for extra work. Other renovations, such as replacing or adding tile, may slightly increase the length of the job.
Likewise, how much does it cost to Replaster the pool? The typical cost to have a pool replastered is between $4 and $7 per square foot. Assuming an average pool size of 16 feet by 32 feet, 4 feet deep on the shallow end and 8 feet on the deep end, that's total of 1,088 square feet. If the cost is $5 per square foot, replastering would cost $5,440.
Accordingly, how do you plaster a swimming pool?
Prepare and Apply Plaster
- Read the manufacturer's instructions, and mix the plaster accordingly.
- Starting at the deep end of the pool, use your trowel to apply a layer of plaster at least ? of an inch thick.
- Allow the plaster to dry.
- Apply a second layer of plaster with the trowel that is about ¼ inch thick.
What is involved in resurfacing a pool?
The cost of resurfacing depends on your pool, it's size and where you live. A pool with a failing finish requires resurfacing, which includes chipping out the damaged material, applying a new finish and acid washing the pool's surface.