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    Replaster in Houston

    I'm starting the process of a replaster and retile (Houston) and am looking for a good plaster company. I'll update this post as I have vendors out to do quotes and ask them about their process and ultimately select a vendor. I won't be posting prices on a per vendor basis in the thread - I will be posting overall experiences and who I ultimately select.

    Rocha Plaster - Got a quote - not super comfortable with them, I don't speak enough Spanish to communicate effectively with the rep but I think we can get there from here with google translate and me staying on top of the installation.

    The Pool Doctors - agreed to a bicarb startup and agreed to no water in the troweling process (per OnBalance instructions for killer plaster). Still waiting on formal quote 3 weeks later...

    Williams Pool & Service - Got a strong reference, I don't think they service my area and I haven't had a callback yet.

    Eliminated:
    Pool Works TX
    Express Plaster


    Any recommendations on plasterers / installers that do good work in Houston?
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    Re: Replaster in Houston

    Pool works TX has a good reputation.
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    Re: Replaster in Houston

    It is just about time to give up on this project and revisit it in November or December, I have spent tons of time and non one is interested in talking about their process to ensure a quality job. The default answer: "If we get grey spots or mottling we acid wash and it fixes it!" Grrrrrrr.
    TFP Moderator Chris V. ~16K Pool & Spa, 48NSF DE, IG Plaster Circa 2000, Intermatic PE653, Challenger pump with a 2 speed B2984, 20gal stenner chlorine injection, Houston, TX
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