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Commonly Asked Surface Protection and Coating Questions

Is Ultra-High Pressure Waterblasting the Same as Pressure Washing?

No, UHP waterblasting or waterjetting uses 20,000 to 40,000 psi water pressure to achieve its work. Normal pressure washing uses 1,000 to 4,500 psi water pressure. There is a massive difference in the power of the water.

What Is the Best Way to Prepare Concrete for an Epoxy Coating?

There are many variables that must be considered when answering such a broad question, but if the concrete is in a water treatment, containment or pool like environment, there is no question that High Pressure (5,000 to 10,000 psi) or Ultra-High Pressure (20,000 to 40,000 psi) waterblasting is the very best way to prepare the surface.

How Long Does It Take to Paint a Home Swimming Pool?

A typical residential swimming pool requires several days – usually two to three – for preparation/minor repairs, and two days for two coats of immersion grade epoxy, and add one day if caulking is necessary. Following that, seven days for complete curing of the coating. Total time is weather dependent, of course, but it typically adds up to 12 to 15 days total, if the weather cooperates.

Can You Repair a Concrete Pool If There Are Big Cracks and It Is Really Old?

Yes, we can often save an old, failing swimming pool. The specific conditions of the concrete, underlying or surrounding ground conditions, and surface issues are all important to consider, so it is best for us to give specific answers and recommendations to the actual conditions and situation of your pool. We do give free estimates – just give us a call or send us an email.

Contact Information

American Clean & Seal

4469 Bragdon St.
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Phone: 317-536-0211

Business Hours

Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

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