FAQ

FAQ


How long does a swimming remodel take from start to finish?

The length and time to complete your remodeling job will depend on the scope
of work being done. A total renovation job consisting of coping, tile and
plastering your swimming pool and spa will generally take 7 days or less. If
your vision is to completely remodel your back yard with new deck, new
plumbing and equipment it will take considerably longer.

What services does J.V. Pool Plastering, Inc. provide?

J.V. Pool Plastering, Inc. offers a wide variety of services including New Gunite
Swimming pool installation, swimming pool coping and tile installation and
repair, plastering with a variety of different plaster finishes. Installation of new
pool equipment and plumbing. Installation of new pool decking or resurfacing,
design and installation of water features and water falls and much more.

Can J.V. Pool Plastering, Inc. handle my entire pool renovation project?

J.V. Pool Plastering, Inc. has the capability to manage, both by the utilization of
its employees, and by the selective use of other contractors, just about every
facet of the pool renovation process. We specialize in specific aspects of pool
construction and when other areas of expertise are needed we rely on
relationships built up over many years to supply the needed services. J.V. Pool
Plastering, Inc. goal is to establish seamless integration of these services to
provide the customer with a swift and professional pool remodel experience.

When should I replaster my swimming pool and/or spa?

Since the process of re-plastering involves chipping out the old plaster down to the gunite, most swimming pools and/spas are replastered after the existing pool finish has shown wear from aging. Typical signs of aged plaster include roughness, discoloration, and delamination. These symptoms may occur on the swimming pool and spa finish as early as 8 to 10 years of age depending on the quality of the finish initially applied to the surface.

We are not sure whether we should use the local water supply to refill our newly remodeled pool. How should we proceed?

The only alternative to your local water supply is the purchase of water by truck. Water fill by truck is generally cost prohibitive and as a result most people utilize either water supplied by their local water district. Special precautions should be taken with water that is hard. We strongly urge you to consult with your pool service professional or contact our office in this situation.

How long will it take to fill our pool?

The length of time required to fill a pool depends on a number of variables such as your local water pressure, the number of hoses being used, and the size of the pool. The average pool takes 24 to 36 hours to fill and it is important to remember that the water should not be turned off until the pool is completely full.

We at JV Pool Plastering have many reasons why you should choose us for your next swimming pool project ten reasons listed below:

J.V. Pool Plastering has 30+ years’ experience in the pool renovation business,
serving satisfied customers through various economic times.

J.V. Pool Plastering is family owned and operated with owner supervised
crews and knowledge of all commercial and residential pool requirements.

In house crew foreman with over 10 years’ experience with this company.

Specific in house crews who specialize in their field: Plastering, Tile &
Coping, and Deck renovation.

In house experienced scheduling and construction managers to assist you
and expedite your project.

Full complement of updated trucks and equipment.

Sales Representatives who are hands on and experienced in all phases of
pool renovation, responsible for every detail of your project to insure your
satisfaction.

In house safety cover experts to handle all of your pool cover needs.

In house pool designer and Gunite pool construction department with 35
years’ experience in all phases of pool construction and service.

All employees are trained under the philosophy to treat every backyard as if
it were their own and display courtesy and respect for your property.
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