Pool Resurfacing using Mini-Pebble
The most popular by far of all the choices, and the most economical long term! Perhaps the ultimate answer to most pool surface concerns comes in the form of smooth mini pebble surfaces. Mini Pebble surfaces consist of small, tumbled smooth river pebbles embedded throughout the specific blend. The most popular choice these days is StoneScapes® Mini-Pebble finishes because it gives a much smoother surface than what Regular Pebble used too. Over the past decade, “Mini-Pebble” surfaces have increased dramatically in popularity including being installed in most commercial pools, and come in many colors and options. An inviting selection of colors and textures allow pool owners to express their unique Style. StoneScapes® combines artistry with durability and comfort to create the perfect finish for any pool or spa.
Pros: Pebble surfaces are beautiful, very natural in appearance, come in many colors &
styles, and are the most durable surface available. Because of the stone material that make up the river pebbles, it is chemically inert or another way to put it, it is unlikely to react with swimming pool water, chemicals or most conditions. Therefore is less impervious to attack or alterations in appearance. Due to the longevity of Mini Pebble, saves money long term and ends up costing less than most other options available.
Cons: Because the surface is made up of natural pebbles, even though it is much, much smoother than the traditional pebble, it is slightly more textured than standard plaster surfaces. It is also a little more costly short term vs plaster, and under some extreme chemical conditions, even pebble surfaces can suffer damage.
StoneScapes® mini pebble pool finishes are the perfect pool remodeling solution for a fresh and brand new look and feel! Stonescapes® mini pebble finishes combine aesthetics and durability to create the serenity and gracefulness of a pebble-bottomed pool in your own backyard!
“Stonescapes® natural stone pool finishes bring your unique personality to life easily by taking clues from the world around you – from the cool and fresh colors of an ocean, to the warm explosions of colors in a red-rock desert vista.”
Whether you are considering giving your swimming pool remodeling the natural beauty of a pebble-bottomed pool, adding a sprinkle of sparkle or capturing the sparkle and brilliance of the world’s finest gems, there are many pool interior options to choose from that are right for you!
Pool Resurfacing using
Capture the sparkle and brilliance of the world’s finest gems in a stunning, amazingly beautiful and durable interior swimming pool finish. Available in array of dazzling colors, JewelScapes® combines the beauty of smooth with an amazing array of colorful glass beads with the highest quality pigments and aggregates for a finish that’s beyond compare.
You can also add the brilliance of JewelScapes® glass to any component or blended pool finish such as Mini-Pebble, Quartz or Plaster. Four exclusive JewelScapes® Glass Blends are a mélange of the most popular glass bead colors, ready to add to the interior finish of your choice to give your pool its own unique sparkle.
Pros: Totally unique, bold, vivid and vibrant with a broad range of beautiful colors to choose from. As Mini Pebble, it also has the advantage of creating, a much more durable surface than standard plaster, one that is harder and far more resistant to fluctuating chemical conditions.
Cons: The most expensive option of them all. Under some extreme chemical conditions, even glass bead surfaces can suffer damage.
Pool Resurfacing using Quartz
A premium blend of crushed quartz, white cement and mineral-based pigments, QuartzScapes® merges beauty and strength for a stunning pool finish. Natural quartz is one of the world’s strongest minerals and QuartzScapes® interior pool finishes create reliable beauty that will last a long time.
Pros: When combined with white or colored plaster, aggregates afford a broad range of colors, from vivid blues and reds, to more subtle hues such as beige or soft greens as well. It also has the advantage of creating, a much more durable surface than standard plaster, one that is harder and far more resistant to fluctuating chemical conditions.
Cons: It is very slightly more textured than standard plaster surfaces. It is also a little more costly short term vs plaster, and under some extreme chemical conditions, even quartz surfaces can suffer damage.