I believe he updated the cleaning heads, if I recall reading from the start of the thread?Are they adding an inground cleaning system? If so, I had no idea that was possible? I wish I had done that with my build but didn't have money at the time! My neighbor got it and they love it.....looks beautiful!
YippeeSkippy got it right... We already had an in-floor cleaning system and were able to have the popups, leaf vac, drains, and actuator replaced with the latest models.Are they adding an inground cleaning system? If so, I had no idea that was possible? I wish I had done that with my build but didn't have money at the time! My neighbor got it and they love it.....looks beautiful!
Yes...the tile is in great shape after the chip out (and power wash, scratch coat,...).Looking good and should be ready for the weather to change soon. It is odd to me that they put in the new tile before the plaster chip out. Were they able to do that without damaging the tile?
It was really something to watch. Five workers positioned themselves around the pool/spa with two more around the pool and one at the truck. After the spa was blown with plaster, the hose was passed to one of five workers in the pool. They each would blow plaster for their portion, then pass the hose to the next. The first person then troweled their area. Then a second coat of plaster around the pool, trowel work never stopped. Lots of washing, troweling, washing, troweling,... I didn't want to walk away. The guy in the spa worked it for two to three hours. The last guy to finish was the same one that did the prep work a week ago (Day 10). It was apparent he is very specific standards for himself and the crew.That team is doing a bang up job! Keep their name handy, I'm telling you. You WILL surely be asked for it by this recommendation.