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“Besides great customer service, I am very pleased with my final swimming pool product as it exceeded my expectations.”

Paul B.

“In 34 years, Sunset is the best service we have had.”

Ann B.

“ I feel so much more confident about caring for my pool now that I have found a company that I can count on.”

Cathy R.

“I want you to know that I am grateful I found you. I believe that every business should be run like Sunset Pools: the people are friendly and eager to please!”

Leslie & John R.

Commercial Swimming Pool Tile Replacement

Chicago Commercial Pool Tile Repair

Commercial Pool Tile Replacement Chicago

When it comes to swimming pools, tile replacement is inevitable. Long-term sun exposure can cause tiles to fade, and pool water chemicals can eventually alter the quality of both tiles and grout. This slow building damage can change a pool’s entire look as its tiles begin to lose color and crack. However, a tile replacement service by Sunset Pools & Spas can serve as an easy and lasting remodeling solution.

Upgrade your tile quality

Sunset Pools & Spas uses high quality tiles that are a good match for any Chicago swimming facility. They are specifically made for swimming pools and can withstand the effects of Chicago’s harsh winters.  Additionally, all of our ceramic and porcelain tiles come with a five-year warranty. 

Chicago Commercial Pool Tile Replacement

Upgrade your look

The look of a commercial pool can be just as important as the quality, especially for fitness centers, hotels or condominium developments trying to achieve a particular image. For pools that are outdated or in need of a more contemporary look, tile replacement is the way to go.  We offer a variety of tiles for clients to choose from – an easy way to update any pool!

Quick turnaround

The hardest part about replacing tile with Sunset Pools & Spas is selecting the pattern you want.  Once we are scheduled to replace the tile, our process is quick and simple – it should only take about three to five days. Since tile only covers particular areas of the pool – primarily the top six inches and the edges of steps and benches – the work is less involved than a full resurfacing job.