With the ownership of a pool finish comes the responsibility of maintaining proper water chemistry. This is essential in preserving the aesthetic beauty as well as attaining the expected longevity of your pool surfaces.
Regular chemical testing of the pool water should be conducted at least once per week. This type of water testing can be done at a local pool supply store or by your pool service professional. Based on resulting test reports, proper maintenance should be completed to keep your pool in balance. We recommend that you keep printed reports of the pool water analysis from the pool supply store in case you need to submit a warranty request.
For more information, please review the appropriate Recommended Maintenance Procedures, which are provided within the Protection Plan upon completion of your product registration. To register your pool finish and receive the maintenance guidelines, please visit the Product Registration page. For pools with Saltwater Chlorination Generator Systems, please refer to the specific start up documentation for those pool types, provided in the Recommended Maintenance Procedures.
For additional resources and education related to maintaining your pool finish, you can also refer to the National Plasterers Council consumer website. Please default to Pebble Technology International recommendations if there are differences, since our instructions are specialized to our products.
All aggregate finishes consist of pebbles and cement, and they naturally will vary in color, shade, consistency and exposure. The appearance of both aggregate finishes and water color also will change throughout the day as the sunlight reflects from different angles and in the presence of shade.