Valley Glen
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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We Have Over 180 5-Star Reviews

Trusted Valley Glen Resurfacing and Maintenance Services

Resurfacing a swimming pool is no easy task. That’s why residents of Valley Glen only trust Stanton Pools. We are a professional swimming-pool resurfacing firm and a trusted pool remodeling company that specializes in giving old, dilapidated pools a second lease in life. So, if you want to spruce up your backyard, make sure to check out our pool resurfacing Valley Glen services.

Our pool resurfacing Valley Glen solution is a must for anyone looking to level up their personal piscina. Not only does swimming pool resurfacing ensure that the problems that make you scratch your head are resolved, but it also gives you a chance to change the look and feel of your private pool.

We’re always here to help and are ready to listen to how you visualize your pool after we are done with the project. In the meantime, check out a few more reasons why you should consider going with Stanton Pools in resurfacing your pool.

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 Valley Glen

1. High-Quality Pool Resurfacing

We, at Stanton Pools, offer high-quality pool resurfacing services. Our pool resurfacing Valley Glen projects are carried out by pool professionals who have been in the business long enough to know pool resurfacing like the back of their hands. Our experience of completing satisfactory jobs in the Valley Glen area ensures that you get your money’s worth.

As an example, we start pool resurfacing projects by draining the pool and securing a safe place to dispose of the water. Further, it is important to open the pool’s hydrostatic valve. Otherwise, it will cause the swimming pool to pop off the ground causing additional work and extending the duration of the project. Not only does this simple — and often overlooked — step cause inconvenience to pool owners, but also prolong the time span of the undertaking.

Our trained pool professionals then slowly chip away the old surface to expose the concrete below, which is achieved by using hammers and chisels. These tools may appear basic and simple, but in the hands of an expert, they precisely break the old finish without causing any substantial damage to the concrete below.

In cases where we need to address structural issues, we use advanced pneumatic tools, like jackhammers. In our previous project, we had to go deeper to apply overlapping horizontal rebar, staples, and epoxy injection to repair cracks in the concrete. After which, we were able to resurface the pool by applying white plaster and waterline tiles.

After waiting for the materials to set and cure, we filled the swimming pool with water and applied the right amount of chemicals to balance the water. When we turned over the pool to our customer, we were confident that it was not only durable, but also looked even better than before.

2. A Wide Variety of Materials

Our customers looking to take advantage of our pool resurfacing Valley Glen services can also choose a wide variety of materials to use on their swimming pools.

A white plaster is not only more affordable, but also offers practical advantages for most pool owners. It’s clear finish enhances the beauty of the pool water and makes it look crystal clear from a distance. Additionally, pool owners that opted for white plaster can easily see if anyone in the pool needs help.

Conversely, colored plaster works great for those who want to follow a themed design. A blue-hued plaster can be achieved by adding colored aggregates. This not only enhances the tone of the plaster, but also slightly strengthens the surface after it has set and cured. Blue plaster can go well with pool decks decorated with blue accents. Think of the popular Mediterranean pool design, for example.

If you want something that’s longer lasting, you can opt to have your swimming pool resurfaced with pebbles. They are known to be more durable than plaster since their uneven surface makes it hard for minerals and unwanted microorganisms to growl and proliferate. Maintaining a pebble-finished pool can also be easier, although the cost of using pebbles could be higher.

Then, there are pool tiles. They are highly customizable and come in a wide variety of textures and colors. And while they may be expensive, they do give your backyard pool a bespoke look.

3. Pool Plumbing Replacement

As we’ve mentioned earlier, pool resurfacing can also be a good time to address issues that leave pool owners scratching their heads. One of these common issues is pool plumbing.

See, old swimming pools are typically lined with steel plumbing — usually made from copper. The problem is, copper degrades over time. Old copper pipes can cause problems like rust, which ultimately blocks the flow of water.

That said, many of our customers who have taken up our pool resurfacing Valley Glen services opt to upgrade their pool pipes to PVC. PVC is not only cheap but also has several advantages over its copper counterpart. For one, PVC pipes do not make as much sound at high water speeds and velocities. Moreover, PVC pipes can better handle impact damage and are not susceptible to corrosion. Plus, they’re also easier to install allowing pool companies (like Stanton Pools) to quickly finish the job, and for pool owners to quickly enjoy a relaxing dip.

4. Pool Equipment Relocation

On top of repairing and replacing old pool plumbing, our pool resurfacing Valley Glen solutions here at Stanton Pools also cater to our customers’ needs to relocate pool equipment.

While almost anyone with enough breakfast and muscle can move swimming pool equipment, professionals, who know exactly how they work, can ensure that they are safely relocated. Amateurs may forget to remove a screw, snap a lock, or even break a component in the equipment bay simply for not knowing how a pool filter, a pool heater, or a pool pump works.

With Stanton Pools, we can ensure that the risks of transferring your pool equipment from one area to another are minimized. Our pool pros are knowledgeable in handling pool equipment of different make and models, so you can be sure that your prized pool equipment is in good hands.

And while we’re on the topic of pool equipment…

5. Pool Equipment Repair

We, at Stanton Pools, also repair swimming pool equipment. Should you feel like your swimming pool equipment no longer runs like it used to, we can send a certified technician to look and assess the condition of your pool pump, pool heater, or pool filter.

While parts that can be salvaged will most likely be repaired, bear in mind that some of these parts may be broken and need to be replaced. When the technician advises you to replace a pool equipment part, please recognize that the advice was given with the best intention in mind.

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.

Valley Glen Pool Maintenance Services

On top of our pool resurfacing Valley Glen services, we also offer pool maintenance solutions for our customers. We know that you have invested well-earned money and time in resurfacing your pool, so the right maintenance solutions will keep it looking new for a long time.

pool cleaning

1. Weekly Pool Maintenance

Your swimming pool must be regularly cleaned even though you may not use it that often. That’s because exterior factors like dead bugs, dried leaves and twigs, as well as dust and dirt, can get into the pool.

On that note, our weekly pool maintenance services start with your pool professional scooping up debris from the pool water. Doing so will prevent them from decomposing in the water and affecting their chemical balance. It will be followed by a thorough brushing of the pool walls, the pool wall, and the pool tiles. The dirt and dust removed from brushing the surfaces will then be collected by a pool vacuum.

In addition, the pool’s lights, the equipment, and the overall structural integrity of the pool will be checked and reported to you, the owner.

2. Saltwater Pool Conversion

We also offer specialized services at Stanton Pools — like saltwater pool conversion. Saltwater pools use a special generator that adds chlorine to the water using salt. This technology is now applied to most modern swimming pools because of their practicality and their safety.

Compared to traditionally chlorinated swimming pools, a saltwater pool generates only the right amount of chlorine. The chlorine in these pools is just enough to kill germs and bacteria in the water, but not enough to damage swimsuits or cause hair discoloration and skin irritation. It’s also great for families with kids as this will not cause redness of the eye.

Saltwater swimming pools also enhance your family’s safety since you will no longer have to store hazardous chemicals at your home. This means your kids will not accidentally play with chlorine nor will your pets will not get to ingest the chemical.

Converting to a saltwater pool is a great way to level up your swimming pool experience and to make your pool safe for your family. You can get it here at Stanton Pools.

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