Best Pool Builders Use Premium Interiors
Swimming Pool Interior Finishes
When it comes to the finishing touches of a swimming pool installation, the plaster, also called the pool interior will set the final tone. When installed correctly by a certified applicator, the surfaces should last without any issues for over 10 years.
Within the swimming pool industry there are standards. One standard is a pool interior material called “Marcite Pool Plaster”. Marcite is known to have major disadvantages to premium finishes due to the lack of quartz or other fine aggregate materials included in the batch.
“It’s a no-brainer, with all of the problems we hear about standard pool plaster, we have completely switched over to premium finishes even on our bottom line pool prices. Wet-Edge is affordable, lasts longer, has a superior warranty. Our customers love it.”
So what is Wet-Edge Pool Finish and what makes it so great? Here is a video from the manufacture that explains their difference.
As it turns out, many pool builders may be choosing Wet-Edge Pool Finishes as a standard in their pool projects. Just look at how beautiful the water looks with this type of pool finish.
Everyone can appreciate a great feeling colorful pool interior. These finishes make the pool even more inviting on a hot summer day.
– Here is what Your Pool Builder has to say on his blog about Wet Edge pool plaster surfaces:
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Some material taken from an interview with Your Pool Builder of Texas certified applicator for Wet-Edge pool finishes
- Wet Edge Technologies
- Pebble Tech Finishes
- CL Industries
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