Alex Wills
by on April 8, 2021

Does your pool seem like it's seen better days? inground pools aren't meant to last forever. They will need to be addressed at some point for a remodel or refinishing. This process can be extensive. For homeowners, it is the only option to make their pool usable again should it fall into cracking, fading, and more. Though, the good news about refinishing your inground pool is the options for personalization—one of these being the addition of glowing pool plaster. If you've not seen this before, you're in for a treat. A highly sought-after effect for inground pools is being glowed in the dark. Why is this? Let's take a look at some of the benefits of using glow-in-the-dark stones or sand when refinishing your pool deck or walls.


Zero Money To Operate

For those that want a subtle lighting effect but don't want to spend a ton of money on energy expenses, glow stones are the way to go. This uses the Sun's UV rays to produce soft lighting in the evening. Because glow stones last upwards of 10 to 15 years, you won't have to worry about replacing them before having to replace a pool. These can be done simultaneously. Cost-effective is something many pool owners look for, as operating a pool can be expensive. When you think about how much it takes to heat a pool, clean a pool, etc., it's nice to have something that costs zero money to operate and offers many great benefits.


Longer Swim Times

Those that don't have ideal lighting have to shut down their pool times early. This isn't the case when you have glow stones. You can use your pool throughout the night without even having to turn on the overhead lighting that is often more than what you're looking for—especially in the evenings when a softer glow is preferred.


More Romantic

There's no denying that a glow-in-the-dark ambiance is more romantic. If you'd like to make your pool a place for you and your partner to hang out, this can be an excellent choice. No one needs to know that it's for romantic purposes, but it is something that you and your significant other can certainly enjoy when the sun goes down.


Easy To Install

Should you be resurfacing your pool, adding glowing pool plaster isn't all that difficult or costly. In fact, glow technology is quite affordable. In many cases, you can buy the glowing sand to add to your pool's concrete mix for free if you simply talk to the contractor first. It is only one extra step and doesn't require too much out-of-the-way nonsense to install.

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