Pool Finishes:  Internal

At Boomerang Pools we offer a pool finish for any budget and taste. We are experienced in all types. The pool finish you select should compliment the surrounding pool area and the materials used. Other structures and features should also be considered. We’ll take the time to discuss this with you.

Pebble Finish

Pebbles are mixed with concrete and applied over the pool structure, which is then washed with a pressure blaster to expose the pebbles and left to set. This finish is very popular and durable.

Tiled Pool finishes

For a premium pool finish, tiles are the material of choice and more expensive than other finishes. Giving a luxuriously smooth, long lasting, and easy to maintain surface. Selecting the correct tiles for the pool will produce a pool of stunning beauty or even an injection of unique flavour.  At Boomerang Pools we use ceramic and glass tiles. Glass tiles will produce a very luxurious and exotic finish.

Keep in mind that tiles aren’t the best option for every pool style.
Water line tiles are another option if a fully tiled pool isn’t in your budget, or doesn’t suit the style of your pool. Water line tiles vary in width depending on the size of the pool and personal taste, normally between 150mm and 300mm.

Around your Pool

Boomerang Pools can also finish off the surrounding areas of your pool. This too is done by our own personnel, not sub-contractors. We provide the convenience of only having to deal with the one company for the entire project… from digging to swimming.
The most common pool surrounds and coping tiles at the moment are.

Texture stone: for its natural and varying finish and colours, this blends nicely with almost any style of pool, home or existing tiles.

Granite: also for its natural look, but with a more even colour throughout and a harder wearing surface. Granite is also available in a variety  of shades and has a marvellous sparkle.

Terracotta: Some may prefer the lush smooth colours of terracotta. It comes in a number of beautiful colours, which may suit renovations and older houses. Terracotta also looks great in new houses, as its variety of colours and shades can be blended with most modern homes.

Quartz: As one of the strongest natural materials on earth, Quartz tiles offer the perfect combination of beauty and durability.

Enjoy relaxing in your own pool without hassles

We have been designing and constructing inground pools and spas for over 30 years now