While our crews make every attempt to minimize the impact upon the area surrounding your pool, a remodel site can be dusty. We therefore recommend that pool furniture and potted plants be moved away from the pool area while construction is in progress. It is also suggested that windows be kept shut near the pool for the duration of the pool remodel.
Our pool was just prepared for plaster. The surface is very uneven with large holes and streaks. Is this ok and can you fill these areas in?
It is important that our crew remove all of the old delaminating plaster prior to the application of plaster. A rough surface is expected in most pools since not all areas are delaminating. Once the new plaster has been installed you are not able to see the previously cratered areas.
We are not sure whether we should use the local water supply to refill our newly remodeled pool. How should we proceed?
The only alternative to your local water supply is the purchase of water by truck. Water fill by truck is generally cost prohibitive and as a result most people utilize either water supplied by their local water district or by a well on site. Special precautions should be taken when using well water or water that is soft. We strongly urge you to consult with your pool service professional or contact our office in this situation.
How long will it take to fill our pool?
The length of time required to fill your pool with water depends on a number of variables such as your local water pressure, the number of hoses being used, and the size of your pool. The average pool takes 24 - 36 hours to fill and it is important to remember that the water should not be turned off until the pool is completely full.