Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, some salts have an anti-caking agent that can stain your new finish.It is best to avoid using salts of any kind for a minimum of 28 days.
You must clean your pool more than usual for the first two weeks.Brushing once daily for two weeks is necessary to help remove the dust.After two weeks, you can go down to brushing once a week.
All pool material products are required to be installed by a Certified Applicator. A warranty is not valid unless the pool finish is installed by a Certified Applicator.rnrnOur prep crews and plaster crews have over 50 years of experience.
Pebble is an aggregate finish that is great for swimming pool resurfacing. It offers a unique style for the look of your pool. Usually comes with a lifetime warranty.rn
Our team of professional technicians can determine the pool plaster problems you are experiencing. Whether the plaster has cracked, flaked, discolored, or have visible white spots, we can determine the cause and provide a solution.
We offer entry level quartz finishes, pebble finishes, pebble with glass bead and all glass finishes. Please check out our pool finishes page. We can help you decide which one is best for your budget and lifestyle.
Over time, the materials that line your pool can become chipped or destroyed. When that happens, pool plaster problems will occur. Plaster Tech can evaluate the problems and work with you to develop a solution.
Generally, you are able to swim in the pool once it has been cleaned and the chemicals are balanced. Plaster Tech will give you specific instructions after the job is completed.