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Thread: Gunite Completed but Rebar Exposed - Should I be concerned??

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    Gunite Completed but Rebar Exposed - Should I be concerned??

    They completed gunite today but shortly after they left it looks like there was some water runoff that exposed rebar in the pool floor. Also, they didn't shape the steel quite right on the spa so some is exposed on the corner. The PM said his tile guys will clip the rebar on the spa corner and seal it before pebble finish is applied and that it will be fine. He just said that they will "handle" the exposed rebar in the floor. Should I be concerned or is this a common occurrence? Anything I should make sure they do when repairing this?


    Lisa (Winter Garden, FL)
    Coming soon! 15,900 gallon IG 20x34 SWG gunite, 3.6/5.6/3.6, 7x6 integrated spa, 7x10 sunshelf, color cascade bubbler, 1 sheer, mini-pebble finish, all Pentair equipment, Intelliflo 3 HP, 1 HP pump (water features), 420 cartridge filter, 140k heat pump (pool), 400k BTU gas heater (spa), 2 LEDs in pool, 1 in spa, IC-40 w/ EasyTouch 8, 28x50 screen enclosure

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    Re: Gunite Completed but Rebar Exposed - Should I be concerned??

    I'd be rather concerned - look up "rebar steel bleed plaster pool"


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