I have found myself in a difficult situation with my 25 year old pool, AFTER having to fire a pool repair company. In addition to the company refusing to communicate with me, i.e., wouldn't return phone calls, e-mails for days on end, only working on my pool 3 days out of 40, they turned previous cracking into large crevices and holes. They accomplished this by using a gasoline powered, 8-bazillion psi pressure washer on my pool, thus turning the cracks into what you see in the pictures. I've left messages with 6 local "alleged" pool repair companies (not leaving any details, but only the information their voice mail requested) and after a month, have received zero return calls.
I've cleaned, pressure washed, and painted this pool for the last 20 years myself. However, at 62 years old and owning a business that requires 60+ hours of my time, I just decided this year to hire it out.....big mistake to say the least. I've decided to repair this thing myself.
After much research, I STILL cannot figure out exactly what substance to purchase to repair the holes in my pool.......
My pool is a hollow cinder block with gunite surface, 16 x 38......10ft at deep end and 4 ft at shallow end.
Any help would be appreciated.