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NW Houston Pool Remodel/ re-surfacing Help!!

Posted by sbb3b (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 3, 11 at 10:39

We've just bought a house with a pool in desparate need of some fast help and are looking for a company/companies to do the following. We appreciate any and all guidance you can give on reputable companies and approximate ball-park pricing we should be getting quoted. The pool is around 40,000 gallon size.

- re-surface with a pebble finish (pebble tec vs. Wet Edge)
- possibly add in a tanning ledge
- add gunite to shallow end (it's currently over 4 1/2 ft deep and we have three small children as well as a 5ft mommy that needs a TRUE shallow end to play in
- new overlay over existing aggregate decking (approx 1500sf)

Thank you in advance for any and all help! We appreciate it more than you know!

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RE: NW Houston Pool Remodel/ re-surfacing Help!!

We used The Pool Man in Tomball for our remodel a couple years ago. They are an established company that does beautiful work at a fair price. We're very happy with the remodel as well as repairs they've done for us.

Phone: 281-351-2577

Here is a link that might be useful: The Pool Man

RE: NW Houston Pool Remodel/ re-surfacing Help!!

Thank you so much for the referral. I will give them a call in the morning and see when they can be out to give us a quote. Did you, by chance, use pebble tec or wet edge products? If so, what was your deciding factor. They seem to have much better warranties than anything else and we're a bit leery of copy cats. Thanks again for all of your help, Aggietexan!

RE: NW Houston Pool Remodel/ re-surfacing Help!!

We used PebbleTec and love it! It really gave our old (built in 1970) pool a new and different look. At the same time as the resurfacing, we had new skimmers installed, a capped return line repaired, the main drain repaired, new tile, and some other little stuff. I included a link to the before and after pictures.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pool Remodel

RE: NW Houston Pool Remodel/ re-surfacing Help!!

Thanks so much for the info. Great pool! What a huge update! :)

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