Newport Beach Pool Resurfacing and Remodeling
Top-Rated Pool Plastering In Newport Beach, CA
Alan Smith Pools is Newport Beach’s top pool re-plastering company with over 40 years of experience in the area and qualified managers and skilled craftsmen who can repair and renovate your existing pool or spa.
You can trust Alan Smith Pools to help you with anything from small pool repairs, equipment installations, acid washes to complete pool and backyard remodels. The reviews of our services on platforms like Angie’s List, as well as our top rating on Home Advisor, speak for themselves. We have been providing the highest quality pool resurfacing in Newport Beach in Orange County, CA, and we’ve been doing so for the past four decades.
Trained Technicians Nearby to Handle Pool Leak Detection and Repairs
Our technicians are familiar with the newest leak detection technology on the market today and are capable of finding all your pool or spa leaks. Not only can they locate the pool leaks, but we have the experience and crews to fix and repair any leak we locate.
Why? Because we put them through a rigorous, detailed training program, one that most leak detection and repair companies in the US can’t match.
How Much Does Pool Plastering Cost in Newport Beach, CA?
While defining a set cost for your pool re-plastering project is difficult to estimate without first inspecting the pool, there are a few things to consider. The costs associated with resurfacing your pool or spa depends on a few key factors.
When we price pool resurfacing projects, we will include the costs of demo or removal existing plaster, material and labor for the job, but the final price can vary greatly depending on things like:
- Access to the pool
- Size, depth and shape of the pool
- Condition of existing pool plaster and pool shell
- Level of detail work in the pool
Plastering your pool with white plaster will start at $6,500 and go up from there. Upgrading to popular pebble or glass beads pool finishes will increase the project costs. But it’s all about getting the look, water color, and texture that is best for you. Some upgrade options you might consider include:
- Quartz – for a more durable commercial grade product
- Pebble Finish – available in micro, mini or regular size pebbles
- Polished pool finishes
- Glass Bead Pool Finishes- the ultimate in pool luxury