Fiberglass... The Superior Material to Restore Your Pool's Surface
Fiberglass Coatings we specialize in pool resurfacing for plaster & painted pools; eliminate pool surface problems.
- Appearance - A beautiful, sparkling look. The fiberglass surface permanently remedies a dull, lackluster
appearance, and instantly improves the pool's appeal.
- Durability - A long-lasting
solution to surface problems. Fiberglass eliminates acid washing, painting, and replastering. Fiberglass outperforms, and
is not subject to degradation like conventional materials, including vinyl liners. Furthermore, fiberglass outperforms
enhanced/modified additive plaster mixes, and aggregate plaster.
- Versatility -
Fiberglass can be applied to steel, aluminum, painted surfaces, and concrete. Also, vessels are not suitable for traditional
- Adhesion - Positive adhesion to most substrates. Will not disbond
like coatings. "Pop-offs" associated with replastering are avoided.
- Fast Application
- Fast spray-application by experienced applicators. Pools experience very little down-time, allowing rapid return-to-service.
- Cost Effective - Low life cycle cost. Does not require periodic maintenance.
EliminateCracks and LeaksAlgae & StainingRough SurfacesDiscolorationHigh Chemical UsageRebar StainsPlaster Problems
Plaster vs. Fiberglass
plaster wears, roughness increases.|
Always smooth. No scratched feet and toes.
Cracks||Any substantial pool movement can cause cracks and leaks.|
Adds structural strength to pool
shell. Prevents leaking.
|Blemishes - Stains||Little resistance to
stains and blemishes even if surface has been recently applied.|
Resistance to stains with easily cleaned surface.
Resistance||Algae adheres to porous surface.|
Smooth, dense, non-porous surface prevents algae from
|Chemical Demand||High chemical requirement at all times.
Noticeable reduction chemical usage due to the inert nature of fiberglass. Makes pool chemicals
|Attractiveness||Unsightly when stained/deteriorated|
|Durability||Depends on application.
Re-plastering often separates from original surface (poor adhesion). Material limitations reduce the durability of plaster.|
superior corrosion resistant and inert properties of fiberglass ensure exceptional durability.
chemistry||Very sensitive to incorrect water chemistry. Plaster surface easily compromised|
surface less sensitive to out-of-balance water chemistry.
Depends on water chemistry, maintenance regime, plaster mix, and application technique.|
of plaster. Time tested with 25 years industry experience.
constituents will adhere, and create a very abrasive surface.|
Due to the inert nature of fiberglass,
no leachable material is available to cause roughness. Surface remains smooth.
Requires brushing and attention.|
Simple. No brushing needed. Allow to cure, then start-up.