Mini Pebble and Tile in Simi Valley

Mini Pebble and Tile in Simi Valley

While some pool owners want pools with all the bells and whistles, some just like to keep theirs clean and simple. We resurfaced this pool with mini pebble and installed new waterline tile. This Simi Valley Pool proves that sometimes, less is more. We, at Stanton Pools, are experts in pool remodeling. We also provide professional quality pool services like pool cleaning and pool maintenance. You can trust us not only to help bring the best in your backyard pool, but also to keep it in good condition. Our recurring services are designed to keep all kinds of pools pristine. For the best pool resurfacing in Simi Valley, contact us at Stanton Pools.

Custom Pool Resurfacing Services

Pool resurfacing is arguably one of the most requested types of pool services not only in Simi Valley, but in the entirety of Los Angeles County. While many homeowners still use traditional pool plaster, many are already switching to pool pebble because of its benefit. Amidst its somewhat larger upfront cost, pool pebble offers a longer lifespan than pool plaster. On average, pool pebbles last from 15 to 20 years while pool plaster lasts around 7 to 8 years. In this project, we focused on using the best variety of pool pebble and pool tile available. This ensures that the finished project will not only boast a beautiful and sophisticated look, but also stands and holds well against heavily treated pool water. That said, our material of choice is NPT’s pool tiles and mini pebble. They offer the same kind of quality as other expensive brands like pebble tec. That’s why it’s the number one choice of most pool professionals like us. We used mini pebble, a kind of pool interior finish that uses smaller pebble stones. This means that you get the same benefits from the average pool pebble, but with a smoother surface, with just the right amount of traction. For the waterline tiles, we used purposefully made pool tiles that are designed to hold up well against stains and smears, which will keep the pool looking clean and beautiful, even with little maintenance.

We, at Stanton Pools, use some of the best methods in both removing the old pool finish as well as installing the new one. We use the chip out method, a method recommended by the National Plasterer’s Council, to remove the old pool interior. This allows us to remove more of the existing surface, which helps with better adhesion of the pool pebble to be applied. Speaking of which, the pool pebble is applied entirely by hand. Because the process is done manually, the workmanship of the crew working on the pool is obvious. We’re backed by expert professionals who are bonded, licensed, and insured. Since these professionals practice their craft daily, you can be sure that they know exactly what they’re doing, which reflects in the quality of the finished project. As seen in this Simi Valley pool resurfacing service, the pool pebble and the pool tile perfectly matches the aesthetic beauty of this backyard pool. We took the minimalist look of the pool deck and extended it all the way to the pool interior.

Overall, the project took 2 to 4 weeks. The time spent on the project involves everything from sourcing the materials to applying them. Conducting different phases of this resurfacing project and spreading it 2 top 4 weeks allows us to make sure to proficiently complete the undertaking. We do not compromise our work, that’s why we’ve stayed in this business for well over a decade and why we’re still the best choice for pool owners in Simi Valley and its neighboring cities. Contact us today to find out more about our remodeling services and how we can make your backyard look like this Simi Valley pool.

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August 8, 2022

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