Canoga Park
Pool Remodeling and Resurfacing

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Stanton Pools Helps Create Memories

Everyday, we service pools to keep them looking fresh and inviting for home owners just like you. Here are just a few of our many happy customers.

Pebble, Tile Cleaning, Lights

“Stanton Pools was communicative, professional, and overall very attentive. I love my pool.”

Karen J.

Thousand Oaks, CA

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Pebble, Tile, Plumbing, Cracks

“Communication was strong the whole time and the job was completed earlier than anticipated. Highly recommended!!!”

Mike T.

Woodland Hills, CA

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Equipment Set

“Their pricing is fair and up-front, and their integrity and experience can’t be beaten.”

Melissa W.
Westlake Village, CA


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Weekly Service

“Thankfully we found Stanton pools, and they had the pool glistening in no time.”

Travis K.
West Hills, CA


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Trusted Canoga Park Pool Resurfacing
and Maintenance Services

Blessed with a hot-summer Mediterranean climate, the Canoga Park neighborhood is one of the best places to put up a backyard pool. That said, many of the residents in the Canoga Park area trust Stanton Pools to help them with their pool resurfacing and deck resurfacing needs.

We offer a wide range of services, from basic pool plastering to complex pool remodeling. That’s why our pool resurfacing, Canoga Park services have been the go-to for many of our customers on this side of Los Angeles (LA).

Here are some of the few things you can expect when you take advantage of our pool resurfacing Canoga Park solutions.

Tired of looking at a pool that is dated and dirty?

Tired of looking at a pool that is dated and dirty?

When you have a pool that isn’t looking it’s best…

  • It’s stained
  • Missing tile
  • Has rough and peeling plaster

…that can make you feel like you’re missing out on enjoying the full potential of your backyard.

We totally get it! We’ve helped hundreds of homeowners just like you transform their pool into the oasis that they’ve always dreamed of.

Pool Resurfacing Canoga Park

1. A Pool Company You Can Trust

We, at Stanton Pools, take pride in the quality of our work. We treat every project similarly and ensure that the job we do is satisfactory.

Our pool resurfacing, Canoga Park services are carried out by trained professionals to make sure that your personal oasis will look good for a long time. We have been in the business for more than a decade, and the experience we gained over the years allowed us to acquire skills and knowledge that we apply… day-in, day-out.

We are a fully licensed, bonded, and insured pool maintenance, repair, and construction company. On that note, our customers can be sure that they are leaving their backyard pool with assurance when they hire Stanton Pools.

2. Quality Pool Resurfacing Services

Stanton Pools understands that some homeowners consider their swimming pools as investments. That said, we do our best to offer superior-quality pool resurfacing services.

We usually start our pool resurfacing, Canoga Park service by assessing the swimming pool. And after securing a place to dispose of the pool water, we begin draining the swimming pool by using a sump pump. Any leftover debris will be collected and the pool will be left to dry.

Next, we carefully chip out the old surface using a mix of traditional tools like hammers and chisels as well as advanced equipment like pneumatic jackhammers. This ensures that we do not damage the concrete and that the new material will hold well.  With the old surface removed, we start applying the new surface.

It will be left to cure to ensure that the materials used will be durable, contributing to the improved structural integrity of the pool.

Finally, we start the pool by adding the water and adjusting its chemical balance.

3. A Wide Variety of Materials

Our customers can choose from a wide variety of materials when choosing a new surface for their swimming pool.

Through our pool resurfacing, Canoga Park services, they can opt to get their swimming pool finished with plaster (white or colored, pebbles {large or small} or tiles. Generally, plaster is the cheapest option while tiles are the most expensive. As one would expect, pebbles are exactly in the middle in terms of pricing, making it the most popular option chosen by our customers.

Pebbles can give a swimming pool a beach-like appeal, especially when one chooses a natural brown color. It can be paired with other pool features, like a beach entry, to streamline the aesthetics of the pool. Alternatively, one can select a deep blue hue which makes the pool water look cool.

Choosing the right material for a pool’s surface not only affects its longevity, but also lets the owner add a personal touch.

4. Pool Equipment Repair

We also offer pool equipment repair in addition to our pool resurfacing, Canoga Park services. Sometimes, our clients also ask us to check out their swimming pool equipment — especially those with old and dated swimming pools.

Not only do we specialize in pool resurfacing and pool deck resurfacing, but we are also known for helping our clients with their swimming pool equipment systems. We cater to a wide variety of swimming pool pumps (single-speed swimming pool pump and variable-speed swimming pool pump) and swimming pool heaters.

Our pool professionals can inspect the pool equipment and perform a diagnosis of what the problem is. Based on the quality of the equipment components, our swimming pool professional could either perform troubleshooting steps or ask the pool owner to replace the damaged pieces.

5. Pool Equipment Relocation

Additionally, we can also help with relocating swimming pool equipment. Some pool resurfacing and pool remodeling jobs require the pool equipment to be moved. Just as our team can professionally repair swimming pool pumps, swimming pool heaters, and swimming pool filters, our folks can also move them safely from one place to another. Doing so can help owners minimize the possibility of damaging the pool equipment during relocation.

Others even ask for the pool equipment to be painted or housed in a small shed to protect it from the elements. After all, the pool equipment system helps keep the pool clean.

Why You’ll Love Working with The Stanton Pools Family to Remodel or Replaster Your Pool

You’ll Always Know What’s Happening

We’ll keep you apprised of the schedule, of progress, and of any changes. Communication is one of the things we do best.

Be Confident The Pool Will Be Beautiful

With years of experience and making sure each phase of the job is done by team members who specialize in that specific trade, you can be certain the work will be done right.

Stay On Budget And On Time

After hundreds of jobs, we’ve seen it all and can help you properly budget your time and money to make sure your vision comes to reality.

04. You're Fully Covered

We have the proper licensing and insurance to handle your needs and give your peace of mind.

We’re not just your average pool contractor. We will help you design your beautiful backyard oasis.

Let us transform your out date pool into one that is very current, yet timeless. With the help of our designers and the local manufacturer showrooms, we’ll help you every step of the way to make sure you love your sparkling new pool.

Our pool remodeling process is as simple as 1-2-3

1. Schedule Your Free Estimate:

We’ll help you determine what we can do within your budget and give you some options.

2. Watch The Magic Happen:

You’ll see our experienced team create your vision by hand to transform your backyard into an oasis.

3. Jump In - Pool Party:

It’s that easy. We handle everything from start to finish so you can relax and start making great memories poolside.

Here are the pool remodeling and replasting services we can offer you!

1. Replaster/Resurface and Install New Tile

2. New Pool Coping

3. Full Plumbing Upgrades (Copper-to-PVC) and Leak Repair

4. New Gas and Electrical Supply Lines

5. Water Features (Sheer Descents, Deck Jets, Bubblers, etc.)

6. Baja Steps

7. Equipment Upgrades (Salt Systems, Wi-Fi Remote Systems, Variable Speed Pumps. etc.)

8. Color changing LED lights and lighted water features

9. New Spa Additions to an Existing Pool

10. Structural Crack Repair (Epoxy, Staples, or Stitching)

Good To Know

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it important to work with a contractor that is licensed, bonded, and insured?

By working with a licensed, bonded, and insured pool contractor, you can rest assured we have the knowledge, experience, and coverage to safely and properly revamp your pool – everything will be done to industry’s best practices.

Why does Stanton Pools not ask for a deposit?
We only ask for progress payments after certain phases of each job are complete. Unlike most contractors, we’ve never felt right asking for payment before work was done. This way, you’re in control and can trust we will complete each phase to your satisfaction.
What is the warranty on plaster and pebble?
Pebble has a 10-year warranty on bubbling, delamination, and pop-off (it often lasts 15-20 years). Plaster has a similar warranty, but only for 2 years because it is not as durable of a material compared to pebble.
Does Stanton Pools include the startup with every remodel?
Absolutely. It is extremely important that the pool contractor does the startup because it maintains accountability. By doing the startup ourselves, we can be sure the process is correctly done from start to finish.
Why should I work with a company that is a certified installer recognized by NPT?
Being a certified installer by NPT means the plaster/pebble company went through a stringent review process to qualify. With our certificate, Stanton Pools has proven to uphold certain quality application practices that get you the best and most durable finished surface. It also means our warranty is backed by the manufacturer, so you are completely covered.

Why is the chip out method better than hydroblasting for plaster removal?
Hydroblasting is similar to pressure washing and only removes part of the original surface to be replaced. The chip out method, however, removes significantly more of the old surface to expose most of the concrete shell of the pool. By using the chip out method, the new material (e.g., pebble) has much better adhesion to the shell of the pool, which greatly reduces the likelihood of delamination and extends the life of your new surface.

Canoga Park Swimming Pool Maintenance

Maintaining a swimming pool can help to preserve its condition. You wouldn’t want your newly resurfaced pool to turn green from algae or for the new plaster to quickly suffer from mineral buildup, right? Lucky for you, we have a suite of maintenance services that will get the job done.

Here are a few.

pool cleaning

1. Weekly Cleaning Services

We believe that the secret to keeping a swimming pool in tip-top shape is to regularly clean it. And while the pool may not see daily use, things like dried leaves and twigs as well as dead bugs can get into the pool water. When left unchecked, the aforementioned debris can contaminate and disrupt the balance of the pool water.

Our pool professionals can visit your pool once a week to scoop up any floating debris for you. Included in the weekly cleaning service is the brushing of the pool walls and the pool floor; the removed dirt will be collected using a pool vacuum.

In addition, the pool equipment will be checked. The pool lights will also be inspected. The pool professional assigned to your location will also run a quick assessment of the pool’s structural integrity and report any possible cause of concern to you.

2. Saltwater Pool Conversions

A big part of maintaining a swimming pool is to make sure that the pool water is at its proper chemical level. A pool with bad water can cause a host of problems which include skin irritation, eye rashes, swimsuit fading, mineral buildup, and algae development.

As a result, many of our customers in the Canoga Park area opt for a saltwater system. What this does is ensure the swimming pool water maintains proper chemical balance by using a saltwater generator that automatically adds chlorine. There’s no need to rush to the local hardware store to pick up a swimming pool, water test kit. It may even lessen the need to have a pool guy visit the swimming pool as the saltwater generator can be programmed to do it regularly.

Furthermore, converting a traditionally chlorinated swimming pool into a saltwater pool eliminates the need to store hazardous chemicals in one’s home. This is beneficial, especially for pool owners who are living with kids and with pets.

Saltwater pool conversions

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