Shotcrete swimming pools are the most common design in most parts of the United States.
When constructing these pools, the construction team digs a pit, lays the pipes, and then assembles the frame with one centimeter of steel bars. The bars are spaced about 25 cm apart and held together with metal. After the frame is installed, the construction team sprays a layer of cement mortar (a mixture of cement and sand) around the steel bars. Before the spraying, the sprayer mixes the dry cement mortar into water to make wet concrete. The construction team would smooth out the cement mortar and let it dry for a week or so before applying a smooth top coat over the rough surface.
Marl (a mixture of cement and marble sand) is the most commonly used exterior paint, but many people paint pools with specialty wonton paint. Glossy surfaces for shotcrete can be tile, exposed aggregate or even fiberglass. Shotcrete tanks are extremely durable and can be constructed in any shape or size.
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