Finishes

Service Name

Plaster

 

The Traditional White Plaster, which is a mix of white cement, white marble dust, white sand, and water. Being the most inexpensive finish, it typically

lasts 5 - 7 years before showing signs of etching or chipping.

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Polished Aggregate

Smooth like Plaster, a Polished aggregate finish is available in an array of beautiful colors, and is more resistant to chemicals and stains.

This material typically lasts 10 - 12 years. 

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Exposed Aggregate

These finishes contain tiny river pebbles or glass beads, often referred to as Pebbletec, this finish is also available in an array of beautiful colors and regular, mini, and micro sized pebbles.

This material typically lasts 15 - 20 years. 

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Tile

Tile, one of the most durable pool finishes, offers an array of design possibilities. While tiles are often applied to just the pool’s waterline, floor, or steps to provide a colorful accent, they can also finish the total interior of a pool. Tile’s glossy appearance makes the most of water’s reflective properties, not to mention the artistic look and upscale glamour they lend to pool designs.

Though tile is the most expensive pool finish it’s also the longest lasting pool surface. With proper application and minimal maintenance, tiles should never need to be replaced.