Havuz Yapımı | Pool Construction

When considering a pool construction project, there are many in-ground pool features to consider. Size, style, colors of the pool and locations should all be considered when deciding on the in-water pool features to include in pool construction and design. The depressing water features and accessories you want to add to your underground pool project can take your underground pool to the next level.

Swimming pools are an ideal complement in any residential or residential complex, mostly in the summer. From the leaves of water depicting the structure of the house to the overflowing swimming pools or the most impressive waterfalls and jets of water, a swimming pool can become a reality thanks to the right choice of materials and the most perfect design for both the pool and its surroundings.

It turns out that quality and resistance to adverse weather conditions and moisture are crucial when making the right choice of swimming pool wall tiles, which can connect various elegant options, both in design and appearance. Dekorizon Yalıtım offers endless low porosity materials that are perfectly suited for this purpose with the uniqueness of mosaics and the elegance and high resistance of ceramic stones or in-pool porcelain.

In addition, it is vital to keep the building systems in mind when undertaking a swimming pool project. Dekorizon Yalıtım technical firm is aware of the demands associated with such projects by offering expert advice from its professionals and the best waterproofing solutions, installation and joint sealing. Thanks to the necessary technical knowledge and the most perfect designs, it is possible to obtain the ideal swimming pool.

Pool Construction

The construction and construction of a pool may require special permits and certificates of conformity, so be sure to check with your local council. A geotechnical investigation may be required to control rock formations and unstable soil, which will significantly increase construction costs. Other site considerations include underground cables, the location of drainage systems, sewers and other utility pipes. The design itself should maximize the available space and be incorporated into the overall design of the house and garden.

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Once you have the necessary building permits, it’s time to mark the excavation site and surround it with a temporary barrier that indicates work in progress, a mandatory safety feature. Excavation will leave you with solid and inconsistent soil and you will need to grade the surface before installing the floor and walls.

The next step involves installing pool frames and plumbing systems, which must comply with approved codes and regulations. This is part of the construction process where all electrical systems are installed, such as the heater and lighting system. Finally, it’s time to install the wall panels and pour the floors. The most important thing to remember here is that the construction of in-ground swimming pools requires an experienced and skilled contractor. While this is something you can do on your own, it is strongly discouraged.

After the floor and walls are hardened and fully installed, all that remains is to do the finishing work (pool interior mosaic, pool paint, etc.) and install the pool deck. At this point, your pool is fully set up and ready to be filled with water.

Pool Plaster
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Before plastering, dust, concrete, cream layer and mud traces on concrete surfaces will be washed; The surface will be cleaned with a wire brush and the adherence condition will be fulfilled by ensuring the complete adhesion of the plaster to the reinforced concrete. Lime shall not be used in pool plastering works.

Your pool has become a meeting place where friends and family enjoy spending time together. You’ve spent time and energy over the years maintaining your own personal swimming pool. However, over time, you have noticed that the walls and floors of your pool are becoming hard, bumpy and sharp in places.

As pools age, formerly used plaster tends to coarsen, making them unsightly and potentially dangerous. How do you fix the problem?

In summary, refilling a pool means putting a new layer of plaster on the walls and ceiling. What does plaster do?

First, it ensures that your pool is waterproof. A little important, isn’t it?

When you set up your pool, the people who built it probably used concrete or gunite to create the “shell” of the pool. The problem with both of these materials is that they are porous. This means that they do not retain water over time.

If they’ve simply left your pool as a concrete or gunite shell, it will periodically drain on its own and you’ll have to keep refilling it.

To avoid this problem, installers typically add a ½ inch thick layer of pool plaster. Plaster not only prevents water from draining, but also makes the surfaces of the pool look nice. A freshly plastered pool will be smooth, shiny and blue.

Unfortunately, plaster doesn’t last forever. Depending on how much you use your pool and how well you clean and maintain it, pool plaster can stay suitable anywhere from 7 to 20 years.

If you’re getting close to this “danger” range and the pool is starting to look a bit rough, it’s probably time to rebuild.

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You can probably anticipate some of them, but let’s get down the list:

Over time, certain minerals that may be present in your water, such as iron and copper, can cause “F” staining. These stains make the water and pool appear a dirty green or brown color.

After all, it’s just an aesthetic issue, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a big deal. You’ve most likely spent a lot of money setting up your pool and kept spending it to keep it looking and working its best. After all, having to deal with a stained, dirty-looking pool can be frustrating.

However, it is necessary to know that it takes many years to show the types of stains that require repetition. If you notice spots in a few places after just a year or two, it’s likely due to a different issue.

Depending on how the pool plaster has worn off, you may be able to deal with uneven or rough surfaces. Being bumpy may not seem all that bad, but it can still be uncomfortable to walk, sit, or lean over, and lumps can make cleaning the pool difficult and easier for the pool to find a clean surface. Rough surfaces can not only cut you, but also snag and tear swimwear and other items in the water.

It can compromise the structural integrity of the pool. After all, this is the greatest danger. Remember, one of the biggest plaster jobs is waterproofing the pool. Just below this half-inch waterproof layer is porous gunite or concrete. If the plaster wears off in spots, water will seep into this “crust” and over time can cause major problems.

While it is possible to individually patch worn areas (even if the pool is still full!), generally speaking, this is seen as a measure of gaps. The plaster will continue to wear over the rest of the pool surface and the areas you patch will always be noticeable.

Basically, if your pool’s surface is rough or uneven, or if you notice “shell” materials running through it, it’s time to think about a relapse.

What are the Alternatives for Pool Plaster?

If re-plastering your pool seems like a big project, you may be wondering if there is a way to avoid doing it. The short answer is that you have a few other options. Unfortunately, most temporary fixes are more expensive. Let’s go over each of them.

Patch. As mentioned above, you can patch your pool whenever you notice any rough areas or places where the plaster has worn off. However, this isn’t just a very temporary solution, because the patch materials will never fit the plaster.

Acid wash. This is a quick fix that works for stains but isn’t very suitable for plaster. In fact, it will make your plaster wear faster because it essentially removes the top and stained layer. Only use acid wash if aesthetics are really important to you.

Tile. Want a solution that is incredibly durable and striking in appearance? Worried about cost?

Laying pool tiles can be a great decision. Compared to other options, the tile basically lasts forever and preserves the pool structure. Better still, it definitely gives pools a gorgeous look and you can create just about any design you can imagine.

Paint. Years ago, no pool plaster was applied to the pools. Pool builders have used paints specially designed to withstand the rigors of submersion, a variety of chemicals that tend to be found in swimming pools and in extreme temperatures.

Painting a pool costs much less, is much easier to apply than plaster, and typically looks just as good.

So why don’t more people use paint today?

The main reason why pool owners choose to choose it again is that it can last up to 20 years. Pool paint jobs, by contrast, are less long lasting. In the absolute best case, pool paint can last for seven years, but two or three are much more common, and pools that are used very often will need to be repainted annually.

When you break down the numbers and the number of times you’ll need to repaint by how many times you need to paint your pool, the cost starts to seem so much more. Also, a thin coat of paint cannot compare in durability to a half-inch thick coat of plaster. It will chip more easily and wear out more easily and you need to repair it.

If there is a reason to use the paint on the surface, this application is indeed much easier. While you can paint on your own, repetition is something only the most hardworking homeowners undertake.