You may have read on our site that resurfacing your pool with fibreglass is providing your pool a ‘new lease on life’. This project is one of the better examples of this. Once we were able to remove the water and clean the surface enough to assess the condition of the pool, it was apparent that there was a significant presence of osmosis throughout the pool.
In order to prevent osmosis from returning or jeopardizing the structural integrity of the pool, it needed to be completely removed. Similar to the process of removing ‘drummy’ areas or treating concrete cancer in a concrete pool, our team systematically removed every instance of osmosis throughout the pools surface, and provided a finish that could be mistaken for a brand new pool!
For this project, we followed the following process: