The materials used to construct swimming pools has changed drastically over the past two decades. Modern pools utilize a variety of interior finishes that will dramatically beautify your pool while providing a surface that is safer and easier to maintain. They last longer than older materials and will require minimal maintenance to keep their beauty. During design of your custom pool, you’ll be able to choose an interior finish that will compliment your pool. Not sure which interior finish is best for your custom pool? Give our customer service team a call today to learn more about our interior finish products.
Modern Pool Finishes
Our most popular modern pool interiors are our aggregate and exposed aggregate pool finishes. Aggregate finishes are created with a mix of pebbles, glass beads or quartz. These are mixed with the cement to create a beautiful aesthetic. Polished aggregate finishes are polished flat and provide a smooth pool interior. Exposed aggregate isn’t polished and provides a bumpy texture for the pool’s interior. Each style will dramatically improve the style and visual appeal of your pool. These finishes can last 7-20 years before they need repairs. We can help you choose the right finish for your pool. Feel free to email or call our team today.
Plaster Pool Finish
Plaster pool finishes are our least expensive option. Plaster is the most common finish for pools. It provides a timeless, classic look. Plaster can be colored to provide a change in visual aesthetic. It can look great in a modern design or Mediterranean influenced pool. Unfortunately, plaster is our least durable finish and will last approximately 5-10 years. It is also susceptible to cracks, stains, and scratches. We offer a variety of plaster options, styles and designs for our custom pool designs. If you are looking for a cost-effective solution, plaster is a great choice.
Pebble Pool Finish
Our pebble surfaces are composed of small pebbles, stone and cement. The pebbles and stones can be chosen to match your landscape and the pools style and design. Pebble finishes will be rougher and might not be ideal for younger children. A pebble finish is extremely durable and should last 15-20 years before repairs are needed. They are stain-resistant and shouldn’t crack. A pebble finish would look great with a Mediterranean or tropical pool design. Give our customer service team a call and we can help you choose the right pebble finish for your pool.
Quartz Pool Finish
Quartz finishes provide the best of both plaster and pebble finishes. It is a combination of quartz and cement. They generally last 7-12 years are quite durable. Quartz is naturally non-porous. It won’t be damaged by harsh chemicals, weather or stains. A quartz finish requires little maintenance to keep its beauty. A new quartz finish is a great addition to your modern architecture designed pool. Still not sure which surface to choose? Our customer service team is available today to help you pick the perfect pool interior finish.