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    Crack in Sunstone Plaster

    Hello everyone,

    I have a 30,000 gallon pool that I renovated about 7 years ago. The pool builder added on a 15 ton waterfall and replastered the whole pool with Sunstone plaster. A couple of years ago, I noticed the plaster was beginning to crack on the wall under part of the waterfall (see pics). I thought it may be due to the fact that we had a bad drought that summer. ??? Anyway, the pool doesn't seem to be leaking as far as I can tell, so I have let it be. Now it has gotten really noticeable and I'm starting to worry that it may eventually become a big problem. The last thing I want to do is have to replaster the whole pool!

    How can a crack like this be repaired? And does anyone know of someone in the Houston area that can repair something like this? I'd like to get some estimates.

    Thank you!
    Angie
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    Re: Crack in Sunstone Plaster

    Welcome to the forum!

    I've heard good things about Pool Works Tx. They are a plaster company who works with CLI and Wet Edge. You might give them a call and see. Patch jobs can't match, but I don't know what the proper/best option would be on a repair like that. Good luck, and let us know how it works out.

    Here is a link to their site. http://www.poolworkstx.com/
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    Re: Crack in Sunstone Plaster

    Thanks so much for the recommendation! I appreciate it! I will give them a call.

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