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expensive finish with only a five year life?
by disappointed , 03/15/2013
Prado and Sons did the pebble tec finish on my new pool in 2007 and then on a spa in 2008. The pebble tec is peeling away from the wall. They say it only has a 5 year warranty and then you are on your own as they do not do repairs. If I knew that I would have to refinish my pool every 5 years I would not of used this finish. And if I knew that Prado and Sons would not stand behind their work, I would not of used this company.
pebble tec falling off all steps
by Be Very Careful!!! , 06/28/2011
Prado did the original pebble tec on our pool and on the 3 steps the pebble tec is falling off in chunks. Naturally this creates a major hazard for childrens (and adults) feet. I called about the warranty and of course it was outdated but received VERY nasty response to my inquiry about the company replacing the pebble tec .So now we have a very expensive repair to do on our pool. Be VERY CAREFUL who you have do your pebble tec!!
by dw , 01/26/2010
I had my pool remodeled by Prado And Sons Pool Plastering let me say WHAT A GEAT COMPANY!!!They sure know what they are doing.From the girls in the office to all of the hard workers.They get the job done right the first time!And the owner and his employees class act.No wonder why they have been in business since 1977.Oh by the way my new tile and deck as well as my pool look GREAT.I will always refer everybody to Prado And Sons Pool Plastering. Thank you
by SLM , 09/09/2009
I had my pool redone by Prado and Sons. They did pebble sheen texture and replaced all of my tile in the pool. Unfortunately in less than a couple of years, all of the grout is falling out of the tile work they did. Their warranty is only a year for the grout work, so be warned. I am going to have to have most of it replaced now at my expense after spending well over 10,000 on my remodel. I did call and speak with them to see if they would help me with the situation as I wasn't talking about a few cracks in the grout, I was talking about most of it falling out in junks. In the past I had helped them by allowing customers of theirs to see my pool too. But their solution for me was to give me a referral to someone to fix it for me at my expense. Since I am not sure that is who did the original grouting, I won't be calling the referral nor will I continue recommending them for pool remodeling.