What are Pool Coating Materials?
Pool coating is the process of covering the pool with porcelain, ceramic, or glass tiles preferred according to the size and model of the pool after the pool construction is completed. In other words, it is the process of laying materials that will affect the appearance and comfort of use of the pool from the first moment of construction. There are pool covering materials such as glass mosaic, ceramic, porcelain, porcelain mosaic, pebble, and natural stone. Coating materials, which vary depending on preference in private pools, differ in color and model. The choice of pool covering material is made according to the intended use of the pool, the physical shape, the duration of use, the people who will use the pool, and many different criteria.
First, the coating material to be used in the pool is selected. Coating materials suitable for the dimensions of the pool are provided. The rough construction of the pool must be finished. The entire surface must be clean and ready for processing. In the in-pool coating process, products resistant to water, chemicals in water, and variable weather conditions should be used. With the bonding materials selected according to the pool coating materials, the flooring, that is, the coating process is applied starting from the pool floor. After the pool coating process, the entire pool should be allowed to dry for at least 12 hours.
Porcelain materials used in the coating process of pools are among the most preferred types compared to other coating materials. Porcelain coating materials with quality structure and aesthetic appearance are offered to customers with many different sizes and patterns within Serapool. Porcelain coatings are used especially in personal, thermal, and business pools. Among the porcelain materials that can be used in and around the pool;
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Advantages of in-pool porcelain coatings:
WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES OF IN-POOL PORCELAIN COATINGS?
Disadvantages of porcelain in-pool coatings:
WHAT IS GLASS MOSAIC COATING INSIDE THE POOL?
Glass mosaic materials used in the coating process of pools are generally in blue tones. Glass mosaics with a non-durable structure and a classic appearance are offered to customers in many different sizes within different brands. Glass mosaics are glued to the pool floor and walls together with cement paste. It is necessary to clean the mosaics with a wet sponge before drying. It takes up to 10 hours for the coated glass mosaics to dry completely.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF GLASS MOSAIC COATING INSIDE THE POOL?
Advantages of glass mosaic in the pool:
WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES OF GLASS MOSAIC COATING INSIDE THE POOL?
Disadvantages of glass mosaic in the pool:
WHAT IS IN-POOL CERAMIC COATING?
Ceramic materials used in the coating process of pools have an average cost compared to other coating materials. Ceramics, which have a middle-class quality structure and an aesthetic appearance, are offered to customers in many different sizes and patterns under different brands. Compared to similar coating materials, cleaning products used in ceramic coatings should not contain high acid content and should not be cleaned harshly. Ceramics, which do not have a very durable structure, can easily break in case of impact and impact. They have low abrasion resistance coefficients and can wear easily in areas with heavy human traffic. The patterns embroidered on ceramic pool covering materials, whose natural color is between brown and red, may disappear over time due to the chemicals added to the pool.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF IN-POOL CERAMIC COATING?
Advantages of in-pool ceramic lining:
WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES OF IN-POOL CERAMIC COATING?
Disadvantages of in-pool ceramic lining:
WHAT ARE THE THINGS TO CONSIDER IN THE POOL COATING PROCESS?
Things to consider in the pool coating process:
WHAT ARE THE PRICES OF IN-POOL COATING MATERIALS?
The pricing of the coating materials used on the pool floor and walls varies according to the preferred model, color, quality, size, and structure. Ceramic, porcelain, and glass mosaic coating materials in various materials, including the smallest sizes and the largest sizes, the price range varies. Many factors such as first-class quality, resistance to abrasion and pool chemicals, and having a continuation series that can be supplied for repair and renovation directly affect the prices of coating materials.