Pool Resurfacing can increase the value of your home by $234
Regardless of whether a pool is an in-ground or above ground pool, have an intricate or cool design, a swimming pool is a pleasing and fresh haven in a backyard of any property. It is a good exercise inducer, playground for kids, a place for socialization, or just a plain tranquil place where you can just spend an afternoon relaxing underneath the sun. A pool can give an aesthetic appeal to your home. They are captivating and are considered to be eye candies. However, without good maintenance and proper caring, a pool can be a gloomy sight to see. No one would be enticed to dive into a rundown and dull pool. The good thing is, there is an effective way of rejuvenating a pool. Sometimes, an above-ground pool may just need a new lining to return to its original luster. In-ground pool, on the other hand, can be beautified and restored by pool resurfacing Provo. Provo pool resurfacing can extend the life of a structurally sound pool by repairing surface imperfections.
Fair price breakdown
Pool resurfacing Provo can involve different repair works that come at various prices depending on the materials needed and the labor. An average in-ground pool that can accommodate 10000 to 20000 gallons of water and has surface dimensions of 14'x28' to 16'x32' and 3.5'-5' deep can be re-plastered with white or marble dust plaster. Its cost would typically run from $666 up to $755 based on the size, shape of the pool and local labor rates. If you want to get a pool resurfacing Provo using pebble or quarts aggregate finish, it will cost you around $3500 up to $8500 for a rough finish and a staggering $5000 to $10000 for a polished finish.
Estimated final cost for pool resurfacing
|Pool Labor||8 Hours||$450.77|
|Pool Job Materials and Supplies||200 Square Feet||$260.15|
|Totals - Cost to Resurface Pools - 215 Square Feet||$710.91|
|Average Cost Per Square Foot||$3.56|
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An overall pool upgrade that will include refinishing the entire surface of the pool’s interior, replacing the waterline tile and decking, and repairing damaged plumbing or any electrical issues will cost you $8000 to $22000 or maybe more depending on the pool size, local labor rates and the things that have to be done. Pool resurfacing Provo with epoxy paint to restore the pool’s appearance is estimated to be around $3000 to $5500. Epoxy paint will last for about 5 to 10 years while plaster and aggregate surfaces can last up to 10 to 20 years depending on the quality of pool water.
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Last Updated: Oct 27, 2019
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