Swimming Pool Resurfacing and Repairs in North America and the Caribbean

manufactured in the USA

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Established 1999


Do it yourself and save five to ten thousand dollars with our 60 page illustrated installation book, telephone help 7 days weekly, and the finest swimming pool resurfacing materials available in North America and The Caribbean.

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These are the before and after pictures of my swimming pool. Thank you for all your help.   David - Patterson, N.Y.

 There is no longer a valid reason for any swimming pool to remain blemished, leaking, unsightly, and rough!

Fiberglass resurfacing for swimming pools is the longest lasting surface for new and aging pools. Do it yourself Pool Restoration will save $5,000. to $10,000. on residential swimming pools, and up to $30,000 for small commercial pools.

The swimming pool surface will be non-porous, so it won't stain and algae can't cling. The new surface will reduce chemical costs by more than 50%, and reduce maintenance time by up to 90%.

Make your swimming pool better than when it was new!

As you can see in our before and after photos, fiberglass resurfaced swimming pools have the bluest water you could imagine. The brilliant white finish enhances the reflection of the sun and the result is dark blue pool water!

Read our outdoor swimming pool Blue Water Guarantee

Almost all swimming pools built within the last 35 years have a coat of plaster (marcite) for appearance, and to avoid the roughness inherit in concrete or gunite. Over the years plaster pits, blisters, stains, and becomes unsightly. The plaster cracks, and pieces of plaster actually "pop-off" exposing the raw concrete or gunite (cement) surface. The bottom becomes rough, resulting in scrapped knees and skinned elbows.

Is plaster (marcite) a viable resurfacing option?

Plaster (marcite) works well on new swimming pools, but an older gunite, concrete or block pool should only be resurfaced with long-lasting fiberglass.

Fiberglass resurfacing is effective on concrete, gunite, cement, and block swimming pools, and you can do it yourself and save thousands of dollars.

How about pool paint?

During the days of "lead" based paint, this was a viable solution. The paint lasted a number of years and the pool looked good. But those days a gone forever.

Now we must deal with "rubber" based paint or, even worse, epoxy. With rubber based paint, the job becomes an annual expense and an annual chore. Epoxy is just plain bad underwater.

Fiberglass Pool Resurfacing is the Answer!

In 1978, a California company developed  the system now known as "Fiberglass Resurfacing" for gunite, concrete, and block swimming pools. This system has undergone only minor changes since its inception. With a fiberglass shell custom molded to the interior of your pool, leaks are a thing of the past. All materials are rolled-on, and only solid sheets of fiberglass mat are used in the installation.

Commercial pool owners should visit our approved Pool Restoration application specialist for fast estimates and outstanding Pool Restoration capability.

Never acid wash, wire brush, paint, or plaster your swimming pool again!

Pool Resurfacing, Inc.
607 Louis Drive Suite I
Warminster, PA 18974

Fiberglass resurfacing products for gunite, plaster, and concrete swimming pools plus gel coat paint and vinyl ester resin for fiberglass swimming pools now available in the US, Mexico, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, British West Indies, and the Caribbean!



Page last updated on Thursday, May 01, 2014