FIve Star Pools, Inc. - commercial pool refinished utilizing traditional plaster in Cobalt Blue
These products offer a wide range of color options with the benefit of being a stronger and more durable product than traditional plaster interiors.
Through years of specialized pool interior applications in Hawaii, Five Star Pools, Inc. recommends using products such as Hydrazzo, Diamond Brite, or Quartzscapes when upgrading from a traditional plaster finish .
Hydrazzo® was the first polished finish in the industry, and has set the premium standard in pool finish innovation. A silky smooth texture, combined with the proven durability of exposed aggregates, are two prime features of this state-of-the-art pool finish.
A premium blend of crushed quartz, white cement and mineral-based pigments, QuartzScapes merges beauty and strength for a stunning pool finish. Natural quartz is one of the world’s strongest minerals and QuartzScapes interior pool finishes create reliable beauty that will last.
Diamond Brite’s premium and proprietary aggregates are
specifically formulated to give your pool’s surface a unique and
impressive multi-colored appearance that is enhanced by sunlight and the
surrounding environment revealing a colorful, slip resistant
and extraordinarily durable pool interior.
*Please note that there are many factors that relate to the finished color of your pool and its water. These factors include depth and design of your pool, lighting and sun position, surrounding landscaping and overall environment. It is also worth noting that product samples viewed on electronic screens may have slight differences from actual products due to visual settings and capabilities of any visual electronic device.
Five Star Pools, Inc. video of swimming pool re-plaster project in Hualalai, Hawaii
By its nature, colored plaster will accentuate all of the characteristics normally found in white plaster. Mottling, for example, can be more pronounced in colored plaster than in white. Colored plaster may also exhibit pigment stains, streaks, unevenness of color and more noticeable checking and crazing. Also, variations of shade will exist between color sample chips and mixed plaster. Over time, the color may fade completely or grow gradually lighter and will often not be the precise shade that was anticipated. It's important to note that none of these conditions are considered a deficiency of the product.