Does your pool look dated or damaged? If you live in Garden City, Meridian, Nampa, Boise, ID or a surrounding area, you can get pool remodeling services from The Pool Doctor and Spa.

We have over 38 years of remodeling experience, so you can rest assured we'll make your pool look as good as new. To get top-of-the-line craftsmanship for an affordable price, schedule an appointment with our pool contractors today. No pool is too big or small for us to handle.

Hampton Inn Boise Pool Remodel Project

Pool Doctor construction workers remove old plaster from this hotel pool. Old plaster and tile is removed by a Jack-Hammer to improve adherence of new plaster and tile. Less effective methods of plaster removal such as power or acid washing can result in premature de-lamination of replacement plaster.

Exterior of Hampton Inn Boise

Exterior of Hampton Inn Boise

Interior Demolition

Interior Demolition

Special Forces Demolition Crew

Special Forces Demolition Crew

Disposal Chute

Disposal Chute

Bond Coating

Bond Coating

Plaster Nearly Completed

Plaster Nearly Completed

Hampton Inn Project Completed

Hampton Inn Project Completed

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Tile, Coping, Plaster Resurfacing

Tile, Coping, Plaster Resurfacing

A pool, like any other asset, needs time and attention to stay looking new, retaining its value, by making minor repairs to prevent major, expensive problem's. In this example, coping stones (tiles, edging materials) can become loose and need to be re-set with mortar. Each stone is removed, cleaned and mortared in place to re-establish stability, integrity and safety.

Our stone mason and licensed pool contractor meticulously reset the stones, checking for drift, protecting below tiles from damage and applying grout.

Once stones are reset, grout has been applied, the next step is to apply a water proof "mastic" to prevent future drift and prevent water from seeping and expanding into the ground around the pool.

The final step is to apply sand to the mastic to give it a grout like appearance and a professional fit and finish.