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SAN JOSE POOL RESURFACING & PLASTERING

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Welcome to San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering, the most trusted pool resurfacing contractor in San Jose. If your pool is in need of a renovation, you can trust that we have the knowledge and experience to turn your old pool back into the beautiful outdoor paradise it once was.
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It's normal for the surface of your pool to get worn down and stained over time, but that doesn't mean you have to be content with this look. We offer a wide variety of different surface finishes to choose from, making it easier than ever to achieve a custom look that matches your unique style preferences, so if you need to resurface your pool, look no further than San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering.

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Pool Resurfacing

Pool resurfacing is something that needs to be done periodically throughout the lifetime of your pool, as eventually, it will succumb to damage from weathering, heavy use, and normal wear and tear. This process involves repairing the small leaks and cracks in your pool and then refinishing the surface to make it look as good as new and extend its life well into the future.
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Pool Remodeling

The pool remodeling process can vary depending on the needs of each project, but we offer a number of remodeling services that can help you change and improve your pool and backyard as a whole. From replacing outdated equipment to completely changing the landscape and adding new functionality to your pool, we have the experience to transform your swimming pool into the outdoor paradise of your dreams.
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Pool Plastering

Pool plastering involves applying a new layer of plaster to the surface of a pool, and it’s done initially when the pool is built and to repair cracks and leaks in existing pools. Plaster is smooth and durable, making it ideal for pools because it's comfortable to walk on while still being resistant to weathering and harsh chemicals. No matter what your pool plastering needs, we’re here to help.
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Pool Equipment Installation

Your pool requires a lot of essential equipment like pumps, filters, heaters, skimmers, pipes, and hoses to keep it running properly. But over time, these parts can break down, causing the condition of your pool to suffer. Whether you need to replace a piece of equipment that broke or you just want to add an upgrade, we offer professional equipment installation services to meet all of your needs.
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Pool Deck Resurfacing

Resurfacing your pool deck can go a long way in enhancing the visual appeal of your pool. We offer a number of different resurfacing options, including concrete overlays, stamped concrete, brick, and tile. While each of these materials has pros and cons, we’ll walk you through all of the options and ensure you’re well-informed when deciding which one to choose.
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Our Most Popular Pool Resurfacing Materials

As the leading pool resurfacing contractor in San Jose, we know it's essential to have a variety of resurfacing options. Here are some of the different materials we have available.

Gunite

One of the most common materials used in all types of pools, gunite is a mixture of sand and concrete that, when reinforced with rebar, is incredibly durable and long-lasting, making it an ideal choice.

In addition to its strength, gunite can generally be installed very quickly, with many installations taking just a day. This makes gunite ideal for pool owners who want a practical fix that doesn't leave their pool out of commission for too long.

On the other hand, gunite has a rough texture that can be uncomfortable to walk on, so many pool owners opt for something smoother. Still, no matter what material you decide to resurface your pool with, gunite is always used as the base.

White Plaster

By far the most popular resurfacing material we use, white plaster is an attractive and economical option that makes the water in your pool look fresh and inviting. It's made from a number of different materials, including white Portland cement, pozzolan, and white marble dust, all of which add to the strength and beauty of the material.

White plaster also offers a level of customizability that is often overlooked. While most people choose to keep their white plaster white, color can be added to it to create a more unique look.

The only problem is that there can be drawbacks to this. Colored white plaster can react negatively with the chemicals in your pool, resulting in streaking and discoloration, so if you want to color your plaster, you need to be aware of which chemicals are safe to use with it.

If you are considering white plaster, colored or not, San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering can help guide you through the decision-making process, laying out the pros and cons and letting you decide. We'll then use all the proper techniques and chemicals to make your pool surface look new again.

Quartz Plaster

If you're looking for something a bit fancier than white plaster, quartz plaster is a great option that offers all of the benefits and durability of white plaster with a more luxurious and attractive finish.

Acting as a mid-level option right above standard white plaster, quartz plaster is made from all the same materials as white plaster. The only difference is the inclusion of quartz granules that prevent color streaking and fading and add a more elegant look to your residential pool.

In addition to the aesthetic benefits of quartz plaster, the addition of quartz also adds to the durability of the plaster. In fact, quartz is well known for its durability and is harder than even some of the most robust building materials like steel.

The only negative of quartz plaster is that the color isn't quite as customizable as standard white plaster. Colors are limited to variations of blues, blacks, and whites.

Pebble

Our favorite pool finish is our pebble which offers unmatched durability, stain resistance, and a unique look that makes it the ideal choice for pool owners who want their pool to be the envy of the neighborhood.

Pebble furnishes are incredibly customizable and can be blended with a colored quartz or glass bead mixture that gives it a vibrant and unique look that complements your home and the landscape around it.

One of the most significant barriers to starting your pool resurfacing project is being intimidated by the number of choices and decisions you need to make. But at San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering, we're happy to guide you through the whole process.

So if you want to bring new life to your pool, call the leading pool resurfacing company in San Jose, and we'll send one of our professional technicians for a free, no-obligation inspection and price estimate.

Why Choose San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering?

Since we first began operations in 2009, it's been our goal to provide the finest pool resurfacing and plastering services to pool owners all over San Jose.

We know that large pool resurfacing projects like this can be intimidating endeavors for our clients, so if you're feeling doubtful, here are a few of the things that have made us the go-to company for resurfacing a swimming pool in San Jose.

We pride ourselves on being incredibly reliable. We'll work with you to come up with an installation schedule that's convenient for you and ensure that your project gets done on time and on budget, all while keeping you up to date on our progress along the way.

Our certified pool technicians are highly trained and possess the experience and expertise to deal with the unique challenges present in every pool resurfacing project. We also have extensive knowledge of San Jose's distinct climate that allows us to ensure that your new pool last for years to come.

At the end of the day, your complete satisfaction is our number one priority, so we aim to offer an unmatched customer service experience. We keep communication clear and open throughout the entire duration of the project and offer free inspections and estimates for those just getting started with the process.

We know that we're only one of the many pool resurfacing contractors in San Jose, but we offer the highest quality services backed by our extensive knowledge and over a decade of experience in the industry. So, if you need to resurface your pool, look no further than San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering.

Our Comprehensive Guide to Pool Resurfacing

Pool Resurfacing can seem complicated to those unfamiliar with the industry, but our method of pool transformation can be broken down into a few simple steps.

Draining the Pool

Before we can get started, we first need to drain your pool. We'll send one of our professional technicians to the job site who will use a submersible water pump to pump the water out. The amount of time this takes can vary drastically depending on the size of your pool, but it can take several hours to drain your pool completely.

During this step, we'll also mark any pool lights and their corresponding switches so that you know to keep them turned off until your pool is filled back up again.

Preparation

We will begin the surface preparation process once we've pumped all the water out of your pool. While the exact steps taken during this process vary widely depending on the type of surface material you choose to resurface your pool with, it generally involves sandblasting and stripping away old and damaged surface material from your pool and then coating it for extra protection.

Unfortunately, this step often entails the use of heavy equipment and produces a ton of dust and debris which makes it by far the loudest and dirtiest step of the pool resurfacing process. Still, as long as there aren't major structural damages to your pool, surface preparation usually takes just a single day.

We do our best to leave your yard in the exact condition as when we arrive and are extremely careful to cover and capture dust and debris as it's produced so that we can carry it off-site at the end of the day.

However, dust is tricky to manage, and we aren't perfect, so we still advise all of our clients to move outdoor furniture and cover any sheds, decorations, or other structures with tarps just to be safe.

Masonry and Tile Installation

Once the surface is adequately prepared, our expert tile and masonry workers will install the type of tile, masonry features, and decorative options that you chose back during the planning stages.

We'll double-check and confirm all of your chosen design options with you to ensure that everything from the choice of tile down to the color of the grout used to install them. There's no turning back at this point, so if you have second thoughts about your design, this is the last chance to bring them up.

Again depending on the size of your pool and the materials that you have chosen, this step can last anywhere from one to three days.

Plumbing and Sealing

Up next is sealing the plumbing and newly installed tile and masonry. Our experienced pool technicians will ensure that everything is sealed correctly to avoid any potential leaks in the future and keep your pool running in tip-top shape for years to come. We'll then wash the surface so that it's as clean as possible for the next step of the process.

Pool Finish Installation

Once everything is properly sealed, it's time to install the pool finishing material that you chose early. This step is where the final form of your newly resurfaced pool starts to take shape, and it generally takes one to two days to complete.

Optional Acid Wash

Acid washing is only necessary if you selected one of a few different pool finishing materials, including pebble and dark quartz, but we'll make sure you're well aware of that fact before you make a final finish decision.

Just be sure that if you have pets or young children, keep them inside during this step so that they aren't accidentally exposed to any of the harmful chemicals used during this process.

Clean Up

Here at San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering, we take cleanup incredibly seriously. We know that some contractors have a reputation for packing up quickly and leaving huge messes in their wake, but before we leave, we'll make sure your yard looks just as spotless as when we first arrived.

Pool Filling

Once everything has been installed, it's time to fill your pool back up with water. This process can take up to a day or more in the case of especially large pools, so we tell our clients to keep an eye on their pools as they fill and to turn the water off as soon as it hits the halfway point.

Water Treatment and Surface Curing

This is the final step of the process, and it involves the regular monitoring of your newly resurfaced pool over a period of a week after initial installation. This, along with a few other essential follow-up procedures, are essential to ensuring that your pool surface cures correctly.

We'll send one of our pool technicians to the job site to inspect the pool and ensure that there are no leaks, bleeding colors, or any other complications that might occur. Most of the time, there aren't any issues, but some do arise; we won't rest until the problem is fixed and you are completely satisfied.

How Do You Know if it's Time to Resurface Your Pool

No matter how well you take care of your pool, constant weathering and continued use will eventually cause your pool to succumb to normal wear and tear that can worsen your swimming experience and decrease the value of your home.

The three most common signs of damage that you should look out for are stains, textures, and leaks. If you notice any of these problems in your pool, you should call the professionals here at San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering as soon as possible.

Stains

Though stains pose no real danger to your pool, they affect its visual appeal and be an annoyance to look at. Stains come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and can be caused by natural debris like leaves and branches as well as by algae, chemicals, mineral deposits, and inks and dyes from clothing.

While it's often not too difficult to remove these stains yourself, this can come with a few significant drawbacks. Firstly inexperienced DIYers don't have the knowledge and expertise of a professional and can sometimes end up causing further damage to the pool.

Another drawback is that cleaning the stain doesn't fix the problem; it just treats a symptom. Unless you figure out what exactly stained your pool and how you can prevent it from doing so again in the future, new stains will continue to appear and cause further frustration.

For these reasons alone, it's best to leave stain removal and prevention to the professionals, so if you notice stains in your pool, call the experts here at San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering.

Texture

While the visual appearance of your pool is incredibly important, so is the texture and feel when you're swimming in it. No one wants their feet to get all scratched up every time they touch the bottom of the pool, and a rough pool surface can quickly ruin a swimmer's experience.

If the surface or your pool is starting to feel rougher than normal, it could be because of a chemical imbalance in your pool that's causing the lining of your pool to deteriorate and expose the rough gunite underneath. You might also notice that you need to clean your pool more than normal, which is another sure tale sign of a pH imbalance.

If left unchecked, unbalanced pH levels in your pool will continue to cause it to deteriorate over time, so if your pool surface feels rougher than it should, don't wait any longer. Contact our expert team today.

Leaks

Leaks are by far the most severe type of pool damage and can lead to significant damage to your property if ignored. While the San Jose sun can be expected to cause the water in your pool to evaporate over time, if you notice significant drops in the water level of your pool, it is most likely due to a leak.

Leaks can lead you to keep refilling your pool much more frequently than you should need to, but the increased water bill isn't what you need to worry about. Just like an unbalanced pH level, leaks will only get worse over time, so once one is discovered, it's essential that you call us so that we can get it taken care of as soon as possible.

How Long Do Pool Resurfacing Projects Last?

Now that you know most of the basics about the pool resurfacing process, including the steps involved and the materials used, you may be wondering exactly how long these projects take.

In short, no resurfacing project is the same, and the time it takes to complete can vary widely depending on several different factors. In general, if there is significant damage to your pool and the surface simply needs to be renovated, the whole process can be completed in just a few days.

On the other hand, if there are major leaks and cracking in the foundation of your pool, we will need to do a lot more prep work to get it back into working condition again. Projects of this type generally take about two weeks.

While this may seem like a long time, it's worth it to get rid of any unsightly stains or structural damage that is preventing your pool from looking and performing its best. Not to mention that resurfacing your pool before selling your home can easily add to the value and ultimate closing price that it sells at.

As the leading pool resurfacing contractor in San Jose, we have what it takes to get your pool back in mint condition as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Our Residential Pool Maintenance Services

As we've mentioned before, pools are subject to wearing down over time, just like any other structure on your property, but San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering has the know-how and specialized equipment to help you make sure that your pool is properly maintained.

Our highly trained pool technicians use advanced tools and techniques to ensure that all of your pool's essential components, including pumps, heaters, filters, and drains, are functioning properly and free of leaks.

We'll also inspect the physical structure, including the plaster and tiling, to ensure that they aren't worn down or damaged in any way, providing you with peace of mind in knowing that your pool will be free of potential problems down the road.

FAQs about San Jose Pool Resurfacing

Do you still have some questions about pool resurfacing? If so, here are our answers to some of the most common questions we get from our clients.

How Long Does it Take to Get an Estimate?

Most of the time, we are able to get a pool technician to your home the next day after you initially get in contact with us. After that, a formal written estimate will be delivered to your home in just a day.

How Long Does it Take to Start a Pool Resurfacing Project?

Once you accept the estimate we give you, we are generally able to get started within two to four days; however, during the busier months of the year, it can take longer. Personal scheduling conflicts and extreme weather can cause the start date to get pushed back

What is the Best Time of Year to Resurface Your Pool in San Jose?

San Jose is blessed when it comes to weather, so pool resurfacing projects can usually be done all year round. However, during the rainy season in the winter, it can be more challenging to complete projects as quickly due to the weather.

How Long Does Resurfacing a Pool Take

As we mentioned before, the total length of a project can vary based on a variety of factors, including the size and condition of the pool and the materials used. The simplest pool resurfacing projects can often be completed in just 3 to 4 days. However, for projects where extensive damage needs to be repaired, the process can take up to two weeks.

How Much Does Pool Resurfacing Cost?

Every pool is different and has unique needs that need to be met. Unfortunately, there is no accurate average price to give. However, if you contact us, we'll set you up with a free no-obligation inspection and estimate so that you know exactly how much your resurfacing project will cost.

Should I Make Other Repairs to My Pool While It's Being Resurfaced?

The answer to this question depends on if there are additional repairs that can be made to your pool. If so, then it's definitely a good idea to kill two birds with one stone and knock out all the repairs at once.

We offer a comprehensive list of pool maintenance, repair, and installation services, so we're prepared to completely renovate your old pool if need be.

That being said, if there is nothing else that needs to be repaired or installed, there's no reason to go out of your way to find additional repairs for us to work on. No matter what your pool repair needs, you can trust San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering to take care of it.

What is the Messiest Part of the Pool Resurfacing Process?

Pool resurfacing is a messy job, but by far, the dirtiest step of the process is the surface preparation phase. In order to properly prepare the surface to receive the new coating, the old, damaged material needs to be torn away and removed, usually with a sandblaster.

This creates tons of harmful dust and debris that can get everywhere if left unchecked. We address this by taking special precautions to manage the dust and encouraging our clients to cover any furniture, decorations, and structures in their yards.

No matter how messy this stage of the process ends up being, we'll always do our best to contain the dust and debris and leave your backyard as spotless as when we first arrived.

Should You Refill Your Pool With Regular Water?

Filling your pool with the local water supply is by far the most economical option when it comes to refilling your pool. While water trucks are available to bring water to your home, they're generally a lot more expensive than simply using your own tap. Just be sure that you're extra careful when using soft water that's low in calcium and magnesium, as this could potentially damage your pool.

If you're worried about refilling your pool, you can trust the experts at San Jose Pool Resurfacing & Plastering to provide you with information about the safest and most economical ways to refill your pool.

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San Jose Pool Resurfacing Service Areas

Downtown

Downtown, the largest urban center in the greater San Jose area, serves as a vital hub for culture, economy, and politics. It boasts a thriving tech industry, with numerous tech companies, startups, and innovation centers, making it a dynamic hotspot for technology and entrepreneurship.

Japantown

Japantown is a lively cultural enclave that immerses visitors in Japanese heritage through its authentic eateries, unique shops, and annual festivals. With its traditional architecture, peaceful gardens, and rich historical background, Japantown offers a delightful experience.

Windmill Springs

Nestled in a picturesque setting, Windmill Springs is a charming residential neighborhood that provides a serene escape from busy city life. It radiates a tranquil appeal and offers a harmonious environment for those in search of a peaceful and idyllic lifestyle.

Anne Darling

Anne Darling is a neighborhood predominantly comprised of residential homes, with a few commercial establishments. Bordered by King Road to the east and the Bayshore Freeway to the west, this area is also home to Anne Darling Elementary School.

Naglee Park

Naglee Park, a historic neighborhood, is defined by its borders East San Carlos Street to the north, South 19th Street to the east, East Santa Clara Street to the south, and South 11th Street to the west. Known for its tree-lined streets, this charming residential area holds a special allure.

SOFA

SOFA, an abbreviation for the South First Area, is an energetic and diverse neighborhood situated in downtown San Jose. It occupies the South First Street corridor between San Carlos Street and Reed Street. With a thriving arts and cultural scene, SOFA boasts numerous art galleries.

Silver Creek

Renowned for its natural beauty and upscale residences, Silver Creek offers a suburban sanctuary featuring spacious single-family houses and luxury estates. It is bordered by the Diablo Range foothills to the east, the Evergreen neighborhood to the west, and San Felipe Road to the south.

Los Paseos

Nestled in the southern part of San Jose, Los Paseos is a charming residential neighborhood that offers a variety of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. It benefits from its convenient proximity to schools, shopping centers, and amenities.

Rose – Sartorette

Situated between the Rose Garden neighborhood to the north and the Cambrian Park neighborhood to the south, Rose-Sartorette is a residential area known for its central location. It provides easy access to major transportation routes, making it an attractive place to live.

Sierramont

Sierramont is a residential neighborhood located in the northeastern part of San Jose, close to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, which gives the area its name. Sierramont is characterized by its peaceful and suburban atmosphere.

Shasta-Hanchett-Park

Shasta-Hanchett Park is a historic residential neighborhood located in the central part of the city. The area showcases a variety of architectural styles, including Craftsman, Victorian, and Spanish Revival homes, which highlight its rich historical significance.

West San Carlos

Offering a blend of residential and commercial properties, West San Carlos provides a convenient and vibrant living experience. Notably, it is home to the renowned SAP Center, an arena that hosts major sports events, concerts, and live performances.

Garden Alameda

Bordered by West Taylor Street to the north and The Alameda to the west and south, Garden Alameda offers several nearby attractions such as California's Great America and Winchester Mystery House. The neighborhood also features a variety of restaurants for residents to enjoy.

The Almaden Villas

The Almaden Villas offers residents a peaceful retreat while maintaining proximity to the amenities and conveniences of San Jose. Its combination of comfortable living spaces and natural surroundings makes it an appealing choice for those seeking a suburban lifestyle in a picturesque setting.

Cambrian Community

Recognized for its top-rated schools, Cambrian Community is a highly sought-after neighborhood for families with children. The community actively organizes events like block parties and neighborhood gatherings, fostering a strong sense of community and belonging.

California Maison

This neighborhood shares close proximity to Coyote Creek and Metcalf Park, offering residents easy access to outdoor activities. Monterey Highway runs through the center of the neighborhood, providing convenient transportation options.

Rosemary Gardens

Situated in the northern part of the city, Rosemary Gardens is known for its family-friendly environment. Notably, the neighborhood features Rosemary Gardens Park, a local park offering green spaces, playgrounds, and sports facilities.

Farm Drive

Farm Drive provides a suburban living experience within the bustling city of San Jose. With its residential character and accessibility to amenities, it is an attractive location for individuals and families seeking a peaceful and convenient place to call home.

Vinci South

Vinci South is a neighborhood in San Jose, featuring Vinci Park and Vinci Park Elementary School. Predominantly residential, the neighborhood also hosts several commercial businesses. It is closely situated to Vinci North and Flickinger South.

Valley View Reed

Residents of Valley View - Reed benefit from the proximity to various amenities and services. The neighborhood offers easy access to parks, schools, shopping centers, and recreational facilities, providing convenience and leisure opportunities.

Hensley

Situated in the northern part of the city, Hensley provides a suburban living environment with a mix of single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. Residents enjoy convenient access to amenities such as schools and parks.

Sunrise Almaden

Located in the southern part of the city, Sunrise Almaden offers a serene and picturesque living environment with a range of housing options, including single-family homes and townhouses.

Almaden Meadows

Almaden Meadows is a residential neighborhood located in the serene Almaden Valley of San Jose. With its peaceful atmosphere and beautiful surroundings, it provides an ideal living environment for individuals and families seeking a suburban lifestyle.

Auzerais-Josefa

Auzerais-Josefa is a vibrant neighborhood in San Jose known for its diverse community. Situated near downtown, it offers a dynamic urban environment with a mix of residential and commercial spaces.

Guadalupe Oak Grove

Located close to the scenic Guadalupe River, Guadalupe Oak Grove offers residents breathtaking views and recreational opportunities such as kayaking and fishing. The neighborhood also provides access to hiking and biking trails, picnic areas, and nature reserves.

Lone Hill Highlands

Nestled near the Evergreen area, Lone Hill Highlands offers a tranquil and picturesque living environment. The neighborhood's elevated location provides stunning views of the surrounding hills and the cityscape.

Washington-Guadalupe

Situated near the Guadalupe River and the vibrant Washington Street, Washington-Guadalupe combines residential, commercial, and cultural attractions. As a residential neighborhood located in Downtown, it offers a lively urban experience at the heart of the city.

Blossom Valley

Charming Blossom Valley is located in the southern part of San Jose. Its convenient location provides easy access to major roadways and transportation options, connecting residents to other parts of San Jose and the wider Bay Area.

Glenview Serenity

Glenview Serenity is a residential neighborhood in San Jose, home to the Myartismysoul Art Studio. It enjoys close proximity to the Almaden Golf & Country Club, offering residents opportunities for outdoor activities such as golfing and running.

Mount Pleasant South

With its well-established homes, peaceful streets, and strong sense of community, Mount Pleasant South is a residential neighborhood in the eastern part of San Jose. Its suburban charm and family-oriented atmosphere make it an appealing place to reside.

Anderson West

Anderson West is a neighborhood featuring residential homes, including apartments, as well as various commercial businesses such as restaurants and shops. It is home to Anderson Elementary School and is located adjacent to Starbird town to the east.

Ohlone

Ohlone is a neighborhood known for its diverse community and a blend of residential and commercial spaces. Named after the indigenous Ohlone people who historically inhabited the region, the neighborhood proudly embraces a rich cultural and historical heritage.

Rodgers

Rodgers is a community that provides a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere for individuals and families in San Jose. Located near the Evergreen area's foothills, it offers a tranquil and family-friendly living environment with close proximity to parks and schools.

Almaden Hill Estates

Almaden Hill Estates is an exclusive residential community nestled in the Almaden Valley area of San Jose. Situated in the southern part of the city, it offers a prestigious and luxurious living environment characterized by upscale homes and spacious lots.

Creekside North

Located in the eastern part of the city, Creekside North offers a serene living environment surrounded by natural beauty. Despite its tranquil setting, the neighborhood is conveniently close to amenities and services. It features a variety of architectural styles, including single-family houses and townhomes.

Lexington Maria

Bordered by Payne Avenue to the north, Lexington Maria is primarily a residential neighborhood. Situated just a few miles away from Downtown San Jose, it also hosts several commercial businesses, providing convenience and a mix of residential and commercial offerings.

Calero

Situated near the Santa Teresa Hills and adjacent to the Calero Reservoir, Calero offers a tranquil living environment immersed in nature. With its natural surroundings, ample outdoor recreational opportunities, and a blend of rural and suburban charm, Calero presents an appealing place to call home.

Dobern

Neighboring Mayfair North, Dobern is a residential neighborhood in San Jose, predominantly comprising residential homes. It is also home to several commercial businesses, with Mayfair Community Center just a few miles to the west, offering recreational and community resources.

Gilchrist

Located near the Santa Teresa area, Gilchrist provides a peaceful and family-friendly living environment. Situated in the southern part of San Jose, it offers a comfortable and welcoming community for individuals and families, fostering a sense of community.

Broadway-Palmhaven

Broadway-Palmhaven is a vibrant neighborhood positioned in the western part of San Jose. It is situated in close proximity to the downtown area and boasts a blend of residential, commercial, and cultural attractions. The neighborhood is known for its diverse community, adding to its lively character.

Renaissance

Renaissance is a modern and thriving neighborhood nestled in the heart of San Jose. With its prime location, it offers a mix of residential, commercial, and cultural attractions. Additionally, Renaissance benefits from excellent connectivity to public transportation, enhancing convenience for residents.

Arlingwood

Yerba Buena locals have access to outdoor recreation options. The Yerba Buena Creek Trail, which has walking routes, picnic spaces, and beautiful vistas, is close to the neighborhood. For people who enjoy the outdoors and are looking for peaceful retreats, it offers.

Cedarville – Giannotta

Cedarville - Giannotta, which is bordered to the east by North Capital Avenue, the east by the Joseph P. Sinclair Freeway, and the north by Mabury Road, is where Messina Gardens Park is situated. There are some residential buildings and a few businesses there.

Dovehill

In the eastern part of San Jose, there is a quiet residential neighborhood called Dovehill. Dovehill, a quiet area close to the Evergreen region, offers a warm community. The neighborhood is noted for its tranquil pathways and immaculate houses.

Carson

Carson, which is close to the Berryessa region, provides a cozy and welcoming living space. For people and families looking for a cozy suburban lifestyle, Carson offers an appealing living environment because to its residential charm, sense of community, and convenient location.

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