The costs on this page represent a combination of 1) sample of costs provided to us by pool resurfacing companies around the country and 2) research done by our staff. To get a more precise estimate, we recommend that you request a quote from a local pool replastering company near you.
There are many things to consider when you are planning your pool resurfacing project. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Methods Used to Prepare Pool Replastering Cost Estimates
Pool replastering quotes are often based on the square footage of the pool. The contractor will determine the total size of the pool and multiply the result by contractor’s rate per 1,000 square feet. If your pool has damage such as rust stains or cracks, the contractor will likely provide you a fixed cost to repair the pool and add that to the overall per square foot cost. If you are interested finding out how much it will cost to resurface a pool in your area, Request a Price Quote.
Reasons for Pool Resurfacing Cost Variances
Pool resurfacing companies use a combination of methods to evaluate and price projects. They take several factors into consideration that impact the cost of the project, including:
Type of finish. A tile finish is going to be more expensive than a plastered, painted, or epoxy finish.
Pool size and shape. If the pool is larger or is an odd shape, it may be more difficult to resurface, resulting in a price increase.
Condition of pool. If the pool has cracks or rust stains that need to be repaired, the cost of the project will increase.
Draining. The cost of draining and refilling the pool may not be included in the cost of resurfacing and will add to the overall cost of the project.
Geography. If you are in a high cost area or in an area that is difficult to reach (more travel time), then costs will generally be higher.