Cost to Renovate A Pool

The Cost of Resurfacing Your Swimming Pool

Is your swimming pool in need of a fresh look? Over time, wear and tear can cause the surface of your pool to deteriorate, affecting its aesthetics and safety. Pool resurfacing is a fantastic way to revitalize your pool and extend its lifespan. But how much does it cost to resurface a swimming pool? Let's dive into the details.

Average Cost Range to Replaster Your Pool

On average, pool replaster costs can range from $3,500 to $4,500 for standard low grade plaster, and $5,000 to $12,000 or more for higher quality plaster or aggregate materials . For larger swimming pools and/or more premium materials and features in the pool, the cost can exceed this range.

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Factors Affecting Resurfacing Costs

The cost of pool replastering can vary widely based on several factors:
Size of the Pool: Naturally, larger pools will require more materials and labor, increasing the overall cost.
Type of Material: There are various resurfacing materials to choose from, including white limestone plaster, high grade white marble plaster, very high grade and smooth polishable plaster, pebble, quartz, and more. Each material has its own cost associated with it.
Preparation Work: The condition of your current pool surface might require additional prep work, which can influence the cost.
Location: The cost of labor and materials can vary depending on your geographical location and local market conditions.
Additional Features: Do you want to add special features like waterfalls, mosaic tiles, or lighting during the resurfacing? These will impact the final cost.

Material Breakdown

Standard Plaster: Standard white plaster is a traditional and cost-effective choice. It usually falls on the lower end of the cost spectrum and has the shortest life expectancy.
High Grade Plaster:  High grade white plaster manufactured to higher quality standards for a durable, smooth and long life expectancy. 
Exposed Pebble and Quartz Plasters: These materials have great aesthetic appeal in wide range of colors.  Generally they are much rougher surfaces for bathers and their daily operating costs with maintenance and chemicals after installation are much higher than any smooth plaster.   Life expectancy is about the same as a high grade white plaster.
Polishable Plaster:  Highest grade plaster available, but not the most expensive of all plasters.  Available from white to multicolored aggregates.  Silky smooth finish with the longest life expectancy of any other types of plasters on the market.   This is a great plaster, but not many companies install polished plaster due to the extra workmanship and skill needed to have a great looking finish.

Additional Costs

Don't forget to consider potential additional costs such as refilling the pool, as well as any repairs needed before resurfacing.

Getting Accurate Quotes

To get an accurate estimate for your pool resurfacing project, it's recommended to request quotes from multiple pool contractors. They can assess your pool's condition, discuss all the differences between material options, and provide a detailed cost breakdown based on your preferences and needs.

Final Thoughts

Resurfacing your swimming pool can breathe new life into your backyard oasis, but it's important to budget for the project properly. Keep in mind the size of your pool, the materials you choose, and any additional features you desire. By doing so, you'll be well-prepared to enjoy a beautifully refreshed swimming pool for years to come.