Is your pool looking tired, worn-out or outdated?

Whether you’ve installed a concrete pool many years ago or bought a home with an existing pool, over time pools tend to deteriorate. Pool resurfacing is an efficient and cost-effective way to restore the liveliness back into your pool, ensuring it’ll see many more Perth Summers to come.

“Thanks Tess. We are very pleased with the finished product. Daryl decided he had to christen it yesterday. Stayed in for all of 20 seconds!!
We found Daniel very easy to deal with. Nothing was too much trouble for them. Our grandchildren were very interested in the work being done. There should be a toddler entertainment fee on your invoice.”

At first glance, it may not be obvious that your pool needs resurfacing, however, there are common indicators to watch out for.
If you have noticed any of the below, please call our team to arrange an inspection – we can make an appointment at a time that suits you.

Discolouration: usually seen in the form of overall dullness, patches of dullness or as stubborn stains.

Rough surfaces: the pool feels rough and shows breaks or cracks in the plaster.

Hidden leaks: it’s common for pools to decrease in water level due to evaporation, however, if you notice dramatic changes then you may have a leak. This can cause a number of related issues for your home.

Old pools: older pools generally deteriorate over time which is why it’s important to have them checked and resurfaced to prevent any future damage.

In addition to general wear and tear, pools can deteriorate due to unbalanced pH levels, heavy use, weather damage and other unexpected damage. To ensure your pool is functioning at its highest capacity, contact our friendly team today to arrange for your pool to be resurfaced.

Resurfacing is an efficient way to immediately increase the value of your home and promote the longevity of your pool. Our experienced and professional team are equipped to fix a wide range of pool problems resulting from poor or deteriorated pool surfaces, including cracks, leaks and discolouration.

Unlike pool renovations, which generally take longer due to the restructuring and remodeling of your pool area, pool resurfacing in Perth conducted by our team at Primo Pools, can take up to 6 working days, depending on the size of your pool and working weather conditions. For your convenience, we can arrange a time that suits you to ensure as little interference as possible.

As a cheaper alternative to installing a new pool or renovating your pool, resurfacing prices depend on two main factors:

The size of your pool
The plaster colour

Our team will work with you to ensure you’re aware of all costs involved with the resurfacing process. We believe in transparency in our workmanship and always strive to achieve the best results for your budget.

Popular Colour Options

These are just a few examples of our most popular colours. 

Rainbow Quartz Capri

Dura Quartz Ice

Rainbow Quartz Black Pearl

Dura Quartz White

Rainbow Quartz Capri

Rainbow Quartz Midnight Blue

Rainbow Quartz Black Pearl

Dura Quartz White

Fully Tiled

For the ultimate decadence.

Going fully tiled opens up another colour palette world and design to your swimming pool. If you want to recreate that emphemeral, artisan feel and make your pool the centre of attention then going fully tiled is the way to express your style.

Revive Your Concrete Pool Today!

Here at Primo Pools, you’ll be surprised to see the difference resurfacing your pool can make to your backyard. We have a wide range of plaster colours to suit any home, any style and any budget. Alternatively fully tiling the pool will present another dimension, luxury and colour palette.

Not sure what to do or use for your concrete pool? Our professional team have many years of experience in the pool industry and can provide you with expert advice. Alternatively, view some of our pool transformations projects here.

If you’re looking for a trustworthy, reliable and expert team for your next pool resurfacing, look no further than Primo Pools.

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