Pool Remodels

Let us show you how we can bring your pool back to life! We have the ability and experience to restore your pool properly and give it that "new pool" look again.

If you have a pool that is in need of a remodel let us know. We would love to talk to you about how little it could cost.

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When you think of pool plaster, you usually think of the smooth, white plaster surface that was so common for many years. This isn’t your only choice anymore. We are able to offer you many different colors of plaster to help you make the right choice for your pool. Plaster, is probably the most common pool surface for a concrete/gunite swimming pools. Plain plaster that does not have any form of aggregate mixed in is not the most durable option for your pool surface, but it is the most affordable. By its nature, plaster has certain limitations. Its porous surface is the most susceptible to staining and bacteria growth. Because plaster constantly reacts to water, plaster pools "use" more chemicals to maintain a balanced water chemistry and plaster typically does not last as long as other surfaces. A new plaster surface will give 5 to 10 years of good service. To see finished pools and all available finishes click here


We offer re-plastering for customers with old worn out pool surfaces. There are many different options when it comes to pool surfaces but the 3 most popular are “Plaster”, “Quartz” and “Pebble”. We will do our best to explain the different options to you and help you make the best decision for your pool. Quartz and Pebble surfaces are upgrade options to the traditional plaster look that a lot of people are familiar with. Basic plaster has some short-comings that are resolved by using a higher quality product like Quartz and Pebble. Neither Quartz or Pebble are perfect but they offer many great benefits to you and your pool!


A quartz interior pool surface is actually a plaster surface with quartz aggregate mixed in. There are two benefits with quartz. First, quartz is a very hard material. And because a percentage of your pool interior surface is now covered with a hard, non-porous, stain-resistant material, quartz, you have a more stain-resistant, more durable and longer-lasting surface than plaster alone. Second, people like quartz because you can introduce a variety of colors into your pool interior with it. Quartz is priced slightly higher than traditional plaster. You can expect a new quartz surface to give you 10 to 15 years of good service. Our plaster crew is trained and certified by SGM, who is the manufacturer of the industry leading quartz aggregate material, Diamond Brite TM. To see all of the quartz finishes offered by Diamond Brite click here.


A pebble pool surface is also a plaster surface with pebble aggregate mixed in. The difference between quartz and pebble is that your surface ratio of plaster to quartz or plaster to pebble is much higher with pebble, thus making your pool surface more durable. It is the plaster that wears down first not the quartz or pebble, so you want less plaster to be visible on the surface if you are looking for a long-term durable solution. Pebble is the most stain-resistant and most durable surface available. And you can select from many different interesting colors which will produce a myriad of water colors.  The pebbled finish is reminiscent of a mountain stream or lake bed. These products have proven to be the finest the industry has to offer.  A variety of colors are offered which create unique finishes and water colors in your pool. Pebble surfaces are more costly than traditional plaster. However, in the long run they tend to be more economical to maintain. You can expect a new pebble surface to give you 12 to 20 years of good service.


We are able to offer a broad range of tile to choose from. We order our tile from National supplier MasterTile. You will have the ability to choose the look and color of tile that best suites your taste and need. To see all avaiable tile finishes click here


The coping is the capstone for the beam or wall of the pool. The coping can be made of many different materials ranging from concrete, brick, stone or pavers. Coping is a very important part of the pool visually as well as structurally. Coping allows the deck to shift and move freely without causing damage to the coping or pool wall. This is achieved by the expansion joint that separates the coping and the pool deck. Spartan Pools and Ponds can remove your old coping and replace it with something that looks great again! You don’t have to replace your old coping with the same material either. If we take out brick we can replace it with stone for example. See coping options by clicking here