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Thread: Pool in need of resurfacing.

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    Pool in need of resurfacing.

    Hello TFP members!

    After I received two quotes from pool renovation company, 8,500 and 6,500. I had decided to remove plaster and tiles all by myself with rental equipment of course. Is there any tips and pitfalls to watch for when removing plaster from pool and spa shell. Also, I know someone who can do the water level tiling for me at 'mate's rates' I believe I can go for half the quoted price.

    However, any one out there in our community can give me contact details for pool plastering contractors, electricians specializing in retrofitting electrical systems for pool lights and plumbers doing the fitting spa jets and water leveler in Riverside County. I live in Moreno Valley.
    13,000 Gallon IG Gunite with Spa
    Raypak 84 Professional (Model 409) 400k BTU gas heater
    Pentair IntelliflowXF Variable Flow Pump
    Hayward Navigator Pro pool cleaner

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    Riverside, CA

    Re: Pool in need of resurfacing.

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    33K In ground Pool/Spa, IntelliFlo, IntelliChlor SWG, Easytouch, ScreenLogic, MasterTemp 400, Quad 100, IntelliPH, MiniPebble, Dolphin Z5, POOL BUILD

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