Please Read the Following Color Plaster Disclaimer
This agreement is between the property owner and or agent (“Owner”) and Low Buck Pools, known as (“Contractor”). In order for our pool warranty to remain in force the Owner agrees to comply with proper start-up procedures and methods as recommended by the National Plaster Council and further agrees to maintain the proper water chemistry consistent with the industry standards and recommendations on an ongoing basis. Water Chemistry for a swimming pool consists of PH, Total Alkalinity, hardness (Calcium and magnesium), Iron, Copper, and TDS (Total Dissolved Solids.)
Swimming Pool plaster is composed of natural materials that have inherent characteristics. Shading or color variations in plaster are to be expected and should not be construed as a construction defect. It is understood and agreed upon that plaster is not guaranteed for color uniformity and may not ultimately cure to the anticipated color due to variables that can impact the plaster curing process. The appearance of the plaster may immediately, or over time, become streaked and blotchy, fade, or appear increasingly mottled.
Viewing the pool at night, with the light on, may cause the above to become more noticeable. COLOR VARIATION WILL BE MORE PRONOUNCED WITH DARKER PLASTER. The Owner understands that the Contractor has no control over the above occurrences. Crazing (check and hairline cracks) may become more apparent during the initial curing and will be more noticeable with darker plaster. Crazing cracks do not penetrate through the entire thickness of the plaster nor will they compromise the integrity of the plaster structure. The owner understands crazing cracks are routinely encountered, that the Contractor cannot prevent the presence in the pool, and that if such cracks appear they are not to be considered a construction defect subject to warranty remedy.