3 Signs Your Pool Needs Resurfacing

1. Pool Stains Only Worsen Over Time

Over time, pools can become discolored for a variety of reasons, including normal wear and tear, chemical, minerals in the water, and leaves and lawn debris. Stains make your pool appear unsanitary, and can often mask important signs of corrosion or other problems, such as algae growth, leaks or other unhealthy conditions. An experienced pool contractor can treat pool stains according to their cause, and can even resurface the entire pool so it looks brand new.

2. Existing Pool Surface is Eroding

Quality pool resurfacing materials last a long time, but not forever. If you discover signs that the existing pool surface is eroding, then this is an important time to resurface your swimming pool. There are several indicators that the surface may need to be redone, and your pool contractor will be the best judge, but here are a few signs you should be aware of:

  • White, chalky substance on skin after rubbing pool walls
  • Cloudy water
  • Visible tears in the liner
  • Visible cracks

3. You Suspect the Pool is Leaking

A leaking pool can be more than simply a nuisance and a water hog. A pool leak can cause expensive damage to the pool itself, your plumbing, and/or your septic system if you have one. The longer you wait to do so, the more expensive the repair may be. However, if you call on your pool contractor to troubleshoot the leak and possibly resurface your pool, it will be ready by the time summer and swim season arrives. Often times, it can be difficult to tell when there is a leak in your pool. There are, however, a few signs that you can look out for. These signs include:

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