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Pool Resurfacing using Aquaglaze Fibreglass Coatings

Why more concrete pool owners are  turning  to Aquaglaze Fibreglass pool resurfacing.

 Pool owners who have had experience with Pebblecrete, Marblesheen, or Vinyl Liners know all to well all of the problems with using these products for pool resurfacing. So why is  Aquaglaze Fibreglass pool resurfacing restorations such a smart option?

Aquaglaze Fibreglass Pool Resurfacing 

Aqualine Pool Resurfacing NSW uses only the latest Aquaglaze Fibreglass products for resurfacing swimming pools. Aquaguard® is manufactured and supplied by Nuplex who is the world leader in Fibreglass technology. For a obligation and cost free quotation click here Fibreglass resurfacing also lasts for 30+ years, so it will basically be the last time you will need to resurface your swimming pool.

Versatility of Using Aquaglaze Fibreglass Resurfacing for Restorations

Fibreglass coats over any existing pool surface. So whether you have a old or new Marblesheen, Pebblecrete, Fibreglass, Vinyl, Concrete, Tiled or Painted swimming pool surface we can apply Aquaglaze Fibreglass resurfacing.

Fixes Any Pool Problem

Fibreglass resurfacing fixes any leaks, rust or osmosis by applying a shell over the existing degraded pool finish. It also coats damaged and mouldy pool surfaces and rejuvenates old tired looking pools. In essence what we do is build a "new" Fibreglass pool inside your existing pool.

Surprising Strength 

Unlike all the other pool resurfacing technics, Aquaglaze Fibreglass is resistant to pool shifting. The high tensile strength of Fibreglass will allow the pool shell to flex without cracking to accommodate earth movement. Not surprising that boat and aeroplane manufacturers are using Fibreglass to build and repair their equipment.

Smooth Finish

The top coat forms the surface layer in the Aquaglaze Fibreglass resurfacing process, it gives the pool a beautiful waxy texture. The finish is non-abrasive or rough compared to pebble or bead pools that are abrasive and can harm your skin. It also gives the pool its colourful vibrant surface.

Great Colour Range

Swimming pools are often judged by the colour of the water which is why Aqualine Pool Resurfacing NSW offers the exclusive Aquaglaze colour finishes.Take a look at the colour range. Choose the colour of your Aquaglaze Fibreglass Pool resurfacing or renovation on offer. The range offers a wide selection of different colours to suit any pool design.Many hotels resorts and Schools have also gone away from the old the concrete finishes that show dirt and stains. Adopting instead a colourful Aquaglaze Fibreglass surface that blends into their natural surroundings - transforming their swimming pools into a centrepiece to their resort.

Low Chemical Usage

One of the major benefits is it uses less chemicals to keep clean. This is because the Aquaglaze Fibreglass resurface does not absorb any of your pools chemicals so the pH is easier to maintain. 
Due to the inert Fibreglass surface no chemicals are absorbed into the pool water. This means nothing in your pool can cause chemical imbalances. Hence, very low chemical usage and considerable cost savings on running your pool.

Lower Maintenance

The Aquaglaze Fibreglass resurfacing not only looks great, it's very easy to maintain. The surface is very smooth and non-porous so it cleans easily and makes it resistant to stains, algae and discolouration.

Speed of Fibreglass Resurfacing

You could be splashing around in a 'new' Aquaglaze Fibreglass pool in as little as six days. We don't take up much room with our equipment while we are resurfacing your pool and there is also a minimal amount of mess.

Warranty

Consider also at Aquaglaze you will get current statutary warranties (6 years structral 2 none structural) . Most other pool resurfacing applicators offer lesser warranties and many on a pro rata basis. Aquaglaze uses only the best materials and incorporates leading edge technologies in our resurfacing process. This enables us to stand behind our Fibreglass resurfaced pools with our statutory warranty.

Compatibility

Our Aquaglaze Fibreglass resurfacing is compatible with all types of pool water, be it salt, chlorine or any other system.
It is also worth noting that your pool water will be around one to two degrees higher than any other type of pool surface.

Aquaglaze Fibreglass Pool Resurfacing Step by Step

Steps for aqualine fibreglass pool resurfacing  renovation
  1. Pool water is pumped out and the surface is prepared for Fibreglass resurfacing. 
  2. Application of Vinyl Ester primer coat (substrate adhesion coat)  
  3. Application of Vinyl Ester / Fibreglass reinforced laminate 
  4. Application of Vinyl Ester filler coat (chemical barrier and enhances the quality of the finished surface) 
  5. Application of Aquaguard ® top coat, the smooth colourful protective barrier.   
  6. After the filling of your swimming pool you will be ready to dive in and enjoy your 'new pool'. 

Resurfacing Marblesheen or Concrete Pools in Detail

Marblesheen, pebblecrete and concrete pools that are over 20 years old will require resurfacing. Different makes of pools will require different amount and types of repairs prior to resurfacing with a new Aquaglaze Fibreglass skin.The types of issue that can appear on an old Marblesheen or Concrete pools are:

1 Pop offs / drummy areas: 
Pop offs / drummy areas presents as blistering coating which eventually falls off and leaves holes in the coating.  
The areas where the drummy areas have come away will need to be filled with render or bogg. Drummy areas will be removed and filled.

2 Concrete cancer (Rusting Reo)
Some Pools are constructed with the Reo structural steel to close to the surface. After several years of being in wet concrete the steel rusts and breaks through the surface. Rusting areas will be cutout and filled with Epoxy, Render or bogg

3 Cracks
Pools can crack due to settling, or structural defects. 
Varying size cracks require various repair technics. Small hairline cracks will be filled using the Vinyl Ester resin during the resurfacing process. Larger cracks will need to be filled with render/concrete very large crack will need stitching will stainless rods.

4 Etched, discoloured coating
After several years of being attacked by pool chemicals, surfaces start to become abrasive and prone to area growth.

Restoring a Marblesheen or Concrete Pool Step by Step 

  1. Water is pumped out  
  2. Hydrostatic Valve is removed  
  3. All drummy area are removed and filled  
  4. Coating is ground in perpetration of the application of the Fibreglass coating 
  5. Prime coat is applied 
  6. Fibreglass chopmatt is applied 
  7. Surface is ground 
  8. Vinyl Ester filler coat is applied 
  9. Surface is detailed 
  10. Aquaguard Top Coat is applied  
  11. Coating is cured for 7 days 
  12. Valve is fitted and the pool is filled 
Aquaglaze is a licensed and fully insured pool Resurfacing, Renovations, Restoration and coating company providing you with the most professional, cost effective, pool resurfacing, Renovations and restoration solutions on the market. The coating we apply resolves many typical pool issue including fixing leaks,stable cracks, osmosis, rust, damaged mouldy pool surfaces as well as updating and modernising your pools appearance. No matter what the original surface of your swimming pool we will be able to apply a suitable surface coating that will transform your old worn out pool back to the centre piece of you entertainment area again. Take a look at our before and after pictures to see for yourself the difference a new surface or renovation will make to your pool.
View of the restored pool

Resurfacing Fibreglass Pools in Detail

Fibreglass pools that are over 20 tears old will require resurfacing. Different makes of pools will require different amount and types of repairs prior to resurfacing with a new Fibreglass skin. The types of issue that can appear on a aged Fibreglass pool are:

1 Osmosis:
Osmosis is some times known as Fibreglass Cancer. It presents as Blisters of varying sizes from +-3mm to the size of a fist. Essentially Osmosis is blisters that contains contaminated water from the outside of the pool (very similar to a blister you would get on your skin) Under these blisters you will find rotted Fibreglass. These blisters will eventually crack and show small black/brown marks on the surface. Due to the high mineral content on these cracks algae forms, this is some times called black spot. As part of any resurfacing work it is imperative that the blisters be gouged out, removing the rotten Fibreglass. Then the cavity that is left should then be filled with a Vinyl Ester bogg.

2 Chalking
When the Top Coat (colour coat) breaks down, it will firstly become un-smooth then start to dissolve into a white powder.  
The Gelcoat will be ground back prior to the application of the Fibreglass resurfacing.

3 Crazing
Crazing is normally found on the surfaces that are exposed to the sun, normally on coping edges. Crazing will be ground back prior to the application of the Fibreglass resurfacing.

4 Flaking
Flaking is where small sections of Fibreglass come away from the rest of the surface. This is rarely found, but does appear on some makes of Fibreglass pools. Flaking will be ground back prior to the application of the Fibreglass resurfacing.

Restoring a Fibreglass Pool Step by Step 

  1. Pool is braced and the Hydrostatic Valve is removed then the water is pumped out 
  2. All Osmosis and rotten Fibreglass is ground out
  3. Top coat is ground in perpetration of the application of the Fibreglass coating
  4. Prime coat is applied
  5. Osmosis cavities are filled with Vinyl Ester bogg
  6. Surface is reground
  7. Fibreglass chopmatt is applied
  8. Surface is ground
  9. Application of Vinyl Ester filler coat is applied
  10. Surface is detailed
  11. Aquaguard Top Coat is applied 
  12. Coating is cured for 7 days
  13. Valve is fitted and the pool is half filled by water cartage
  14. Fill balance of pool water with hose

          Watch a pool restoration done in 2 minutes. Yours might take a little longer


Choose your Aquaglaze Fibreglass Pool Restoration, Resurfacing colour 

With Aquaglaze varied range of colours, you can choose the colour scheme you want for your swimming pool resurfacing.  
Completed restoration work on pool
View of finished restoration work on fibreglass pool
Pool Resurfacing Colours
Completed work on Pool Resurfacing Sapphire Blue colour pool
Completed work on resurfacing sand colour pool
Completed work on pool resurfacing Kakadu green colour pool
Top Coat is applied in varying weather conditions and as such Top Coat colour can appear to be different to the expected colour. Site conditions such as, surrounding colours, cloud cover and depth of the water also will have a effect on the colour.
Due to these environment factors and limitations in the application process, colour in this web site must be used as a guide only.

Aquaglaze pool resurfacing, in Sydney NSW, offers Pool resurfacing, Restorations and pool coatings, for the restoration of all types of swimming pools. Aquaglaze pool resurfacing uses the latest, world leading, Aquaglaze pool resurfacing, pool renovation and restoration Fibreglass technology for pool resurfacing. We offer our, market leading, pool resurfacing and renovation, restoration and services in NSW. 

Aquaglaze is a licensed and fully insured pool resurfacing, Renovations, restoration and coating company providing you with the most professional, cost effective, pool resurfacing, Renovations and restoration solutions on the market. The coating we apply resolves many typical pool issue including fixing leaks, stable cracks, osmosis, rust, damaged mouldy pool surfaces as well as updating and modernising your pools appearance.

No matter what the original surface of your swimming pool we will be able to apply a suitable surface coating that will transform your old worn out pool back to the centre piece of you entertainment area again. Take a look at our before and after picture page to see for yourself the difference a new surface or renovation will make to your pool.
Completed work on pool resurfacing Night blue colour pool
Our products are especially designed to handle the unusually harsh Australian conditions. This is why, with our Aquaglaze Fibreglass Resurfacing, Renovations or Restorations, Aquaglaze Pool Resurfacing NSW is confident that you are getting the best, most resilient swimming pool surface on the market. We also back it up with statutory warranties 

You could also join many of our satisfied customers who are enjoying the performance we offer with our Aquaglaze Fibreglass pool resurfacing 

To see what many of our customers had to say about our quality and service on our references page or contact us to get a verbal referral click here 

So if you're after a new look for your swimming pool and require prompt professional service then leave your full details on our enquiry page click here and we will give you an estimated price by phone or email on your choice of resurfacing, Renovations or restorations.

Also feel free to phone one of our team for advice on your swimming pool problems and maintenance. We will be happy to assist you with your enquiry.


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