EPOXY POOL PAINTING PERTH

Perth Pool Painting

Have you experienced those bleeding toes after hours of playing in a quartz-plastered swimming pool?  Have you ever slipped on a wet fibreglass pool? Why not choose to renovate your pool using a low cost, long lasting option by getting Aquathat to paint your pool using an Epoxy based Paint. You can then relax and play all day in a smooth surface that will give better grip to your skin (improved over time) than fibreglass at a fraction of the cost.

Epoxy paint can be applied over the following surfaces

  • Fibreglass
  • Cement Render
  • Marblesheen
  • Pebblecrete
  • Epoxy painted pools previously coated

Fibreglass Pool Resurfacing

New fibreglass pools start off with a nice smooth surface thats moulded and has little or no texture, this could change over time especially if the pool is older and was manufactured with general purpose resins and fibreglass instead of using the more advanced products available nowadays. In older fibreglass pools osmosis is often visible and of concern as it looks almost like a algae type spore, however its rather a degradation of the pool structure and the little black dot or bump you see on the surface is only the tip of the issue. Unfortunately it is an occurrence that occurs in most old fibreglass pools but can be cosmetically corrected. When properly treated and prepped the surface can then be coated with a high build epoxy coating that cures harder than concrete to then be the new sacrificial layer of the pool. Aquathat Swimming Pool Renovations Perth has had huge success with the Epoxy Coating system, when done right there is no better option.

Concrete Pool Resurfacing

Epoxy based products are used in the most corrosive environments know to man, lining chemical storage bunds and large steel ships floating in the ocean. Aquathat only uses the best products and in combination with the right prepwork will provide years of enjoyment in a smooth non pourus surface thats enjoyable and practical for any family.

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