As winter fast approaches, it’s the perfect time to think about repairing, renovating and resurfacing your super yacht’s pool or Jacuzzi. While last summer seems like a long time ago, summer 2019 will come round before we know it!
It can sometimes be tough to tell when it’s time for a full surface restoration – but often, after a summer of being subjected to ultraviolet light, sand, sun tan oil, corrosive chemicals and extremes of temperature… it’s likely that your pool or Jacuzzi’s gelcoat surface will have suffered.
Here are a few signs to look out for:
With exposure to many potentially damaging products and hours spent in the sunshine, pools and Jacuzzis are likely to suffer some discolouring. If what was once a perfect white surface has started to appear more of a dull beige, it may be time to think about resurfacing.
GRP Boat Repair Specialists can ensure the surface is restored to its original colour and looks as good as new ready for the 2019 season!
Whether caused by chemicals or things like falling leaves, twigs and other natural ‘mess’, stains can dramatically affect the look of your pool or Jacuzzi. While some can be taken care of with suitable products, there are some that call for a tougher solution – resurfacing. This will ensure that your pool or Jacuzzi is looking its very best.
3.) Surface texture
It’s not just the look of your pool or Jacuzzi that can show signs of deterioration – the way it feels can be a giveaway too! If the surface feels rough or pitted, or is showing signs of cracking, there’s a good chance it is time to think about resurfacing.
If you seem to be losing water faster than usual, it could mean that the pool has a leak. This won’t only affect your pool or Jacuzzi, but could also have a detrimental effect on your water bill and perhaps lead to interior damage too! We can help fix this.
It’s always better to deal with the restoration of a pool or Jacuzzi before problems occur, which is why at GRP Boat Repairs we provide a cost-effective annual pre-season inspection and re-polishing service to ensure it’s always at its best.
However, if you’ve already noticed any of the above signs, we’d love to help you out. Get in touch with a member of the GRP team today: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or call us on +44 (0) 23 8022 2281