The Benefits of Choosing a
Composite Pool Surface
- Reduces chemical costs and shrinks your electrical bill: Complete Pool Restoration’s composite surface reduces chemical usage and makes it super easy to clean. The composite surface is chemically inert, so there is nothing in the pool’s surface that can alter the chemistry of the water. Also, because the surface is nonporous it is easier to clean and vacuum.
- Safer for you and your family: Complete Pool Restoration’s composite surface reduces the use pool chemicals that make your body feel dry and itchy. Plus, it doesn’t have a rough texture like plaster so you can eliminate painful skin and toe abrasions.
- Keeps your pool warmer (up to 10º!): Complete Pool Restoration’s composite surface will help add 10º to your pool’s water temperature by reducing the transfer of heat to the ground. This 10º makes for a more enjoyable swim and saves money on heating. In fact, some people don’t even have to heat their pools after it is resurfaced with composite!
- 15 year warranty: Plastered pools currently need to be resurfaced every 3-7 years but our composite pool is guaranteed to last for up to 15 years! Industrial-grade composites have been used in automobiles, airplanes and spas, but most importantly it has been used in pool resurfacing for over 75 years!
- Easy to maintain and keep pearly white (say goodbye to ugly pool stains): Complete Pool Restoration’s composite material provides superior resistance to stains, algae, and discoloration. While plaster has a porous surface, Complete Pool Restoration’s composite surface has absolutely no pores. That means there is nowhere for the algae to adhere and stain your pool. Additionally, because of composite’s smooth texture, any stains from copper chloride and calcium are easy to remove.
- More durable and longer lasting than plaster: Plaster pools crack and chip because plaster is essentially a man-made stone. Complete Pool Restoration’s composite material has its own structure integrity; therefore, it is several times more resistant to cracking and doesn’t dissolve in water like the plaster which is limestone based.
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