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Thread: Replastering

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    Newbie here and glad I found this site. I have a 14 x 28 gunite pool that was constructed in 1995. We moved in last year and the pool needs to be replastered as there are many issues with it. I am wondering what the steps I should take hiring a contractor and what things I should look for. Any thoughts on what estimates for replastering should run? I know there are too many variables just looking for ballparks. I live in Southern Utah and we mild winters. Also if anyone is in the same area recommendations on contractors. Thanks.

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    Re: Replastering

    although I am in the n/e - (eastern PA) I have been looking into same thing, my gunnite pool was completed in 98. this spring I was getting estimates of $5000 to $7000 for new plaster with separate costs for coping and decking options. actually to replace the decking, coping and replaster is more than the whole pool cost. I have decided to wait until absolutely necessary so I am holding off. Went to BBB method this year and a lot of my stains have faded or come off (also used vitamin C on spot stains).
    24K gal, plaster, concrete decking, cantelivered coping, 20 years old, raised attached stone spa - 1 1/2 HP purex triton pump, 3 yr old 48 sq ft Pentair DE filter with multiport, Polaris 380 w/pump, 2 yr old Pentair mastertemp 400k heater - live in southeastern PA outside phila.

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    Re: Replastering

    Thanks for the info.

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