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Pebble Aggregate

If you're looking for a classy surface finish to complete the luxurious look of your pool, Exposed Aggregate Pebble is your best bet. Why Exposed Aggregate Pebble?In recent times, it has made a quality statement and gained popularity as the favorite amongst pool owners due to its exquisite appearance. It brings its distinctive aesthetic quality to the interior finish. It consists of smooth stones and round aggregates, and it comes in diverse color combinations.

Expected Life Span: 15 to 20

Texture Type: Porous  

Maintenance Necessity: Low

Quartz Finish

Quartz delivers a subtle, beautiful look yet has a long-lasting lifespan with ease of maintenance. Quartz consists of round, colored ceramic aggregate mixed with white concrete for a much tougher and beautiful finish. Quartz falls higher on the Mohs scale than the standard marcite white plaster. The Moh Mineral Hardness Scale is a qualitative scale that measures the hardness of different natural minerals.

Expected Life Span: 10 to 12 Years

Texture Type: Smooth

Maintenance Necessity: Low

White Plaster

White plaster is one of the most popular materials for inground swimming pools. It is considered one of the original types of application within the industry, with the first pools using this material dating back to the late 1920s. The classic white plaster is a mix of white cement and white marble aggregate, which is continuously mixed with water during production. This mix of materials creates a gorgeous finish that gives your swimming pool water an attractive color.

Expected Life Span: 8 to 10

Texture Type: Soft & Smooth

Maintenance Necessity: Medium

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