The installation of mastic for the pool is to form a flexible joint between the coping and the deck. The main reason for
masting on a new pool is to allow the pool to settle without damaging the coping and causing cracks in the deck. If the coping moves
it can also cause damage to the pool and tile.
Once the pool has settled it is not uncommon for the mastic to crack and separate as it is designed to do.This will
happen over years and have to be replaced on occasion.
We will come out and remove the old mastic, do a back fill on the voids left by the settling with a sand used for this process.
After the customer picks out the proper color of masting it will be replaced. This is a slow process that takes a steady hand.
After the masting has been replaced, we will put a sand coat on top of the mastic to give it the desired texture.The sand also helps
with the curing of the mastic.The mastic will be cured by the next day, and we will come out and clean up the excess sand.