Queensland's Most Experienced Pool Resurfacing Team

Thousands of happy pool owners - from residential pools to world class aquariums.

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Pool Repair and Restoration

Our experienced team achieves the results you want with all types of swimming pool resurfacing and remodeling.

We repair and renovate:

Concrete pools

Fibreglass pools

Panel Pools

Vinyl-liner pools

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For all your swimming pool repairs  – ask the experts at Xtreme First Impressions Pools.

Fibreglass Finish

Fibreglass is a durable finish that will give you years of trouble-free pool ownership. With correct maintenance, a fibreglass pool will last forever.

Xtreme First Impressions Pools will provide you with the knowledge you need to keep your pool in ‘tip-top’ condition.

Eventually, your pool will need another layer of gelcoat, and having had your pool resurfaced by Xtreme First Impressions Pools,  it will only be 1/4 of the original cost, to get a further 6-year warranty!

Panel Pools

Is it possible to fibreglass a panel pool?

Yes! We have come up with a concept that works, and have been successfully applying that for 16 years.

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What You Need To Know About Your Pool

A saltwater pool, in comparison to a freshwater pool, will degrade at an increased rate, due to the salt content in the water. The salt water allows the formation of “osmosis”. This is easily noticeable as a raised bump on the inside surface of the pool.
Once your pool reaches a certain age, if you have used salt for the life of the pool, the gelcoat will break down. This allows the transfer of salt through the gelcoat into the fiberglass, which creates osmosis.

Gelcoat can be worn through COMPLETELY! This exposes the raw fiberglass behind the gelcoat, causing fibers of the glass to slowly fray and release into the water of your pool. If you have exposed fiberglass DO NOT SWIM in the pool. It is a major health risk for you and your family.

Ground water pressure can cause your pool to crack and break! If someone has told you that your pool will pop out of the ground if you empty your pool, they are completely wrong. A fiberglass pool will break before popping out of the ground. If there was a chance of a pool popping out of the ground you will find that those cases are CONCRETE pools.
In any case, removing the water out of a pool is NOT advised.

Eventually, your gelcoat will wear through and the pool will need to be re-surfaced.
It is recommended to have your pool re-surfaced every 8-10 years. This will extend the life of your pool and keep it looking fantastic!

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