Pool TilesCost To Retile Pool

Typically, pool tiles will be priced by square footage. The average cost of standard pool tiles is $17.50 per square foot in the U.S. Costs will range from $1-$35, depending on the type of tile desired, according to HomeAdvisor. Let’s take a deep dive (no pun intended) into retiling costs and types for your pool.

How Much Does It Cost To Retile A Pool?

Porcelain, ceramic and stone are commonly classified as standard pool tiles. Meanwhile, glass, high-end ceramics and handmade murals, are considered premium tiles. Premium tiles will be more costly, usually priced between $35-$100 per sq. ft. Ceramic is typically the cheapest pool tile material available for purchase, beginning at just $1 per sq. ft. Mosaic is the highest priced material, starting around $75 per sq. ft.

So how much would it cost to tile/retile an entire pool? This service can vary, costing anywhere between $2,000-$70,000. The price will depend on just how large your pool area is. Pool tiling costs an average of $15,000, but high-end materials could undoubtedly increase the total cost. Tile installation will cost up to $5,000.

Here is a typical breakdown of pool tile costs:

  • Lowest Cost: $1 per sq. ft.
  • Average Cost: $17.50 per sq. ft.
  • Highest Cost: $35 per sq. ft.

Pool Tile Cost

Types Of Pool Tiles

Pool owners commonly utilize these pool tile types:

  • Mosaic.
  • Ceramic.
  • Glass.
  • Stone.
  • Handmade.
  • Porcelain.
  • Mural.
  • Glazed.
  • Custom.

Replacing Pool Tiles

Pool tile wear and tear should be obvious to pool owners. If you notice your tiles simply falling off the pool walls, then it is clearly time for a replacement. You may begin to notice white deposits developing along the tiles, as well. The first step toward fixing this issue could be to acid wash the pool. You can either do this as a DIY project or call a professional pool service to ensure the best possible results.

Chips or cracks can be enough of a sign that a retiling is necessary. It is also possible for the tiles to lose color over time. Tiles don’t have to only turn white when becoming discolored, they can also appear green or brown.

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