Choosing A Finish For Your Pool
The material you use to finish your pool will determine the overall look of your construction. Blue Point Pools offers plaster finish or pebble finish as the two most used materials. Let’s take a look at some of the good points about each finish.
Plaster is the oldest material used as a finish on pools. It is also one of the most inexpensive options to date. A plaster finish on your pool leaves a smooth texture and a fresh white color. Guests will enjoy the smooth feeling under their feet while walking around your pool. Plaster typically lasts about five to seven years with no signs of wear or tear.
If you prefer a color, plaster can be mixed with several pigments, to achieve a custom look. You can design the color to match any part of your backyard oasis, or your furniture, or your kitchen, or pretty much anything you want. You have complete control over the design options, so talk with our team of designers to figure out the best options for your space.
A pebble finish is a much more unique way to finish your pool. It gives a bumpy, textured look to your pool’s surface, making it appear more natural. The pebbles come in many different colors and sizes, giving you many different ways to arrange them in your design.
Pebble finishes last a long time due to their bumpy nature. Imperfections are not seen in the overall structure, and are in fact encouraged to give your pool a one-of-a-kind look. Pebbles can be arranged in patterns or just a natural way to give your pool the look you are seeking.
No matter what finish you choose, we guarantee that it will be water tight and not peel, blister or separate. Be sure to call our design team and tell them what you are thinking so we can get you on the way to designing the pool of your dreams. Call us today for a free quote. We’d love to help!