As your pool ages, its surface becomes prone to damage. You may begin to notice stains, rough patches, and cracks that not only hurt the pride you have in your pool, but also may also take a toll on your home’s resale value if you’re thinking about moving. The good news is that Little Giant Pool & Spa is here to keep your swimming pool in top shape.
Our services include complete pool renovations in St. Charles County, MO. We are ready to take your call when you notice any of the following signs that your pool is due for resurfacing:
- Stains – Certain chemicals, metals, natural debris, and algae can all leave stains that prematurely age your pool’s appearance.
- Erosion marks – These will occur naturally over time as the water constantly moves along the pool’s surface; signs of erosion may mean you should consider pool renovation services.
- Corroded Tile Grout – Over time, grout corrodes, and often this is due to poor installation. Whatever the cause, though, corroded gout can lead to tiles popping out of place.
- Rough Spots – If there are spots that scuff your feet while you’re in your pool, that may indicate damage, improper installation, or a pH imbalance—all signs you may need to resurface.
- Water Loss – When you have trouble keeping your pool filled to the right level, that means you have leaks caused by a damaged pool surface.
In swimming pools, the liner does an important job. Basically, this vinyl layer covers the structural surface to retain water and give a smooth, attractive finish. Pool liners will typically last for about 12 years. If you’ve had your pool for that long and haven’t replaced the liner, chances are you’re due for a replacement.
However, as with any material that is constantly exposed to harsh chemicals and ultraviolet light, vinyl liners can begin to deteriorate earlier than that. Little Giant Pool & Spa is here when you think you need swimming pool repairs in St. Louis County, MO. Since it is significantly less expensive to repair a liner rather than replace it, it’s always best to go for repairs whenever possible.
Liners that are only a few years old and have damage that is easy to spot are good candidates for repair. Whatever your case may be, here are signs that it’s time to repair or replace your pool liner:
- Small Cracks and Holes – As vinyl deteriorates, cracks and holes may begin to appear. When you notice cracks, it’s time to call for swimming pool repair.
- Fading and Stains – Vinyl with rust stains or fading due to sun exposure are strong indicators that the material is about to start breaking down and tearing.
- Water Loss – Torn, damaged vinyl leads to water loss that makes it difficult to keep your pool filled to the proper level.