How much does a pebble Tec pool cost?
Pebble Pool Surface Cost Overall, you might expect your pebble pool surface to cost around $8,000 to $15,000 depending on the type of pebble, the size of the pool, and pricing for materials and labor in your area.
What are pebble Tec standard colors?
- Blue Wave. (Click for Details)
- Black Marble. (Click for Details)
- Black Pearl. (Click for Details)
- Midnight Blue. (Click for Details)
- Emerald Bay. (Click for Details)
- Tropical Breeze. (Click for Details)
- Tahoe Blue. (Click for Details)
- Caribbean Blue. (Click for Details)
Can you change the color of a pebble Tec pool?
The pool water can be enhanced by one of the many varieties of shades of color offered by Pebble Technology International® pool finishes so you can choose the ideal hue for you.
Why is pebble Tec so expensive?
Pebble Tec pool surfaces are more expensive. Compared to plaster, Pebble Tec is more expensive due to the high quality pool resurfacing material it uses. Pebble Tec pools are a little rougher on your feet than plaster. However, depending on the Pebble Tec you choose, some are smoother than others.
How long does Pebble Tec pool last?
How Long Will Pebble Tec Last? Traditional pool resurfacing materials require a high level of maintenance and will only last 5-10 years before it needs to be replaced. We generally would expect a Pebble Tec surface to last upwards of 20 years with proper maintenance.
Is Pebble Tec worth?
Overall. Pebble Tec pools are works of stunning beauty that can last for decades. They are an excellent choice for any pool. Once established, they’re easy to maintain.
How do you resurface a Pebble Tec pool?
The PebbleTec Pool Resurfacing Process for Remodels & New Pools
- Step 1: Prep the Pool for Application.
- Step 2: Mix it Up.
- Step 3: Spray.
- Step 4: Expose the Finish.
- Step 5: Set & Harden.
- Step 6: Pressure Wash & Detail.
Is Pebble Tec really worth it?
Is pebble Tec really worth it?
Is pebble Tec more expensive than plaster?
Pebble Tec® is a newer trend and has become popular in the last couple of decades for good reason. While it is more expensive than plaster, it is the highest quality pool resurfacing material available due to its longevity and ability to hide chemical residue.