I purchased my home about two years ago that has a large in-ground (hybrid?) pool. It's all concrete with a fiberglass liner & has a row of tile at the waterline. The builder no longer builds this type of pool nor do they repair them, they only sell pre-made fiberglass pools (how convenient!). The pool was installed in 2001 and as far as I can tell, has never been modified or refurbished. Since purchasing this property two years ago, the pool has gone down hill very fast. The fiberglass gel-coat in shallow end has started to crack and peel up, exposing the raw fiberglass. Also, the entire surface is extremely chalky & will cloud the pool if rubbed a lot.
To my knowledge, no one in my area knows anything about refurbishing this type of pool. I'm pretty handy and mechanical, so I want to do as much of the work as possible. I have added a photo of the pool wall with the tile at the skimmer and a photo of the peeling gel-coat in the shallow end. What options to I have to make this pool like new again?