More stories about Plaster

  • Spot the Mark

    It’s an all-too-familiar story: The pool’s surface looked pristine when filling began — but a few weeks or months later, patches of small white spots have appeared along the walls or floor

  • NPC Conference Promotes Education, Unity

    Attendance exceeded expectations for the National Plasterers Council’s 23rd annual conference.

  • Chipping Away

    Plaster demolition work isn’t pretty. Unfortunately, this sometimes becomes too apparent in the finished product

  • NPC Launches Start-Up Certification

    The National Plasterers Council is rolling out a certification program for builders and servicepeople utilizing the NPC pool start-up method

  • NPC Conference Returns to the Big Easy

    In spite of a down economy, officials at the National Plasterers Council expect a strong turnout at the group’s annual conference.

  • A Death on Taconic Road

    When most of us think of a homicide, images of plaster, rebar and a pool pump don’t typically come to mind.

  • Saturation Calculation

    Whether the job involves starting up a brand-new plaster pool or maintaining chemistry in an old fiberglass vessel, pool professionals know that a proper understanding of water balance is essential.

  • Greg Garrett & WhiteGlove

  • Plaster Analyzed in Chemical Start-Up Tests

    Calcium dust in plaster pools may be preventable, according to a recent study.

  • Covering the Drain

    It was May 2011, and the pool season was about to begin. Service technicians were scrambling to open customers’ pools while contractors rushed to have final plaster completed in time for summer.