Fibreglass: Pool Strength for the long term
Fibreglass coatings are incredibly strong and they are flexible as well, so they can easily withstand any movement in a swimming pool without cracking or chipping. Fibreglass will also bond very well to your existing surface. A new fibreglass coating inside your pool will last for up to 20-30 years, making it a very cost effective option. One of the best options for resurfacing your swimming pool is to apply a new interior coating of fibreglass. A pool resurfaced with fibreglass gives you a beautiful, smooth new finish to your pool that is available in a range of colours. Resurfacing your pool with fibreglass essentially means that you are building a new pool inside your old one.
Pool resurfacing that's easy to clean
When we resurface your pool with fibreglass, you also won’t have to use as many chemicals to maintain your pool’s pH. Fibreglass coated pools are easier to clean, don’t absorb any pool chemicals, and don’t support algae.
Is your existing fibreglass pool faded?
Fibreglass Pools require a resurface after 20 – 25 years. Originally a fibreglass pool is created by laying a surface of chop strand fibreglass (many layers) and then finishing with a 2 – 3 layers of Gelcoat. PoolFix resurface Fibreglass pools after preparation such as acid washing and fixing cracks and blemishes by applying several layers of Fibreglass and several layers of Gelcoat over the top of the existing surface to create a new surface and providing another 20 – 25 years life.