Re-Grout Your Swimming Pool

There is hardly any grout left on this swimming pool

A question we sometimes get asked is “Does my pool really need re-grouting?” well It depends on a few things:

  • Does your pool keep going green?
  • Do you have lots of black lines where the grout was/should be?
  • Are you getting black spots?
  • Is your pool becoming a problem?

Most of us don’t have these problems, but if you do and you have large areas of missing grout, then your swimming pool may need looking at.

Where the grout is missing algae spores will start to form on the lovely porous concrete under the tiles ( algae loves porous surfaces), this is why if left too long you will see black areas in your swimming pool.

New grout replaces any missing grout


Notice the lack of grout on the left image

It’s also possible that the pH in your water is too low (below 6.8) and literally eating away at the grout. Keep an eye on your pH and don’t let it drift below 7.0. If you have an automatic pH controller, check the pH manually occasionally as the sensors have a life-span of around two years (although they can last longer), leave it unchecked and you could find yourself needing a re-grout.

If you think maybe your swimming pool needs a re-grout or would like a full appraisal of your swimming pool and it’s system, just give us a call.

For more information please contact us

Work in progress on a tiled swimming pool

A typical re-grout of a swimming pool by Nerja Pools consist of:-

  • Acid Wash
  • Chlorine Wash
  • Jet Wash
  • Replacement Of Up To 200 Tiles
  • Re-Grout Swimming Pool To Replace Any Missing Grout
  • Pump Room Check
  • Plastic Consumables Check
  • A Very Happy Customer

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