Crack Repair in Encino
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Crack Repair in Encino
Here, at Stanton Pools, we offer the best pool repair services in the neighborhood of Encino. We do more than just pool equipment repair; we renovate pools that have been affected by significant structural damage. This Encino pool had major, structural cracks. We used a combination of repair methods, including overlapping horizontal rebar, staples, and epoxy injection. Once we repaired the cracks, we were able to perform the resurfacing and tiling.
This project is only one of the many we’ve carried out and shown our expertise in services like pool repair, pool plastering, and pool remodeling and renovation. We’re the right company to call when you’re looking for the best pool remodeling in Encino.
Restoring Structural Damage
While building a pool from scratch is hard work, salvaging one from severe structural damage can sometimes be harder. That said, part of pool restoration projects is preserving the former aesthetic value of the pool and maintaining its design while reinforcing and rebuilding its structural soundness. In this recent project, our goal was to restore the integrity of the pool given its major structural cracks. We, at Stanton Pools, are experts in pool repair and have applied various repair methods to give this pool a new lease in life. This includes overlapping horizontal rebars to restore the damaged area and prepare the pool for the placement of new concrete. Installing overlapping horizontal rebars allows us to strengthen the pool by reinforcing the concrete thus improving the current state of the pool. We also paired the horizontal rebars with staples and epoxy injection effectively sealing the newly cemented part of the pool.
Once the damaged area has been repaired, our team began remodeling the pool. We resurfaced the pool interior and applied pool tiles to give it a stunning interior.
We, at Stanton Pools, use only the chip-out method when removing the old interior. This process works well with the repair process carried out earlier because it allows us to match the depth and the level of exposed concrete from the rebarred area while allowing us to remove most of the pool’s old surface. The chip-out method may take longer (and is oftentimes louder), but is more effective than the hydroblast method. This process is executed using power tools and hand tools including jackhammers, chisels, and mallets. It’s also the recommended method of the National Plasterers Council (NPC). Like the repair phase of this project, the chip-out method is also carried out by expert professionals who are licensed, bonded, and insured. Our team is backed by years of experience, which means that they know exactly what they’re doing and know the best means and methodology to repair the pool and remove the old surface.
We use pool tiles from some of the best manufacturers in the industry to give the pool a lasting beauty. Pool tiles are essentially one of the most durable finishes for a pool interior. Pool tiles may be more expensive than basic pool plaster, but offers more advantages making it one of the best options when applying a new surface. Pool tile is more resistant to stains and can handle heavily treated water fairly well. You will experience fewer issues like mineral stains, etching, crazing, spalling, and delamination, making it a finish that requires lower maintenance. Because the pool tiles are applied by experienced individuals, you can be sure that it will look as good as it is durable.
We, at Stanton Pools, are the best in pool repair and pool remodeling. Contact us to find out more about how our services can help you renovate and rehabilitate old and damaged pools like this project we carried out in Encino.
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