The purpose of this guide is to provide you with quality information that will help guide you through the process of finding a pool surface that is best suited for your needs and lifestyle. What is unique about this guide? Most information found online that compares various pool interiors is written by a specific manufacturer who is promoting their own products. Typically, this ‘information’ highlights all the faults and flaws in their competitor products but conveniently fails to mention the flaws with their own! Because this information is unreliable, a common question that we hear from clients that are considering renovating is ‘which pool surface is the best’? These clients trust our advice because we don’t sell pool interiors or have any financial affiliation with any pool interior company. We have vast experience with pool surfaces because every day our company treats stains and repairs the common issues that various surfaces face when things go wrong.
Which Pool Surface is best?
After reading this information you may feel as though every pool surface available is a disaster just waiting to happen. While this is certainly the experience of some pool owners, these issues can often never appear or take many years to appear if the water is well maintained. Along with good water maintenance, the professional application of the new surface during the renovation process will play a critical role in surface longevity. This is because a substandard application will cause major problems, even if the water is maintained perfectly. In short, the secret to a long-lasting pool surface is to maintain the water and ensure that the new surface is applied correctly. Doing these things will massively increase your chances of having a new pool surface that will look great for a long time and bring joy to your family for many years to come.