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Resurface Existing Concrete with Pool Deck Coatings
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Tired of your boring pool deck? Resurfacing can spice up your old pool deck without the hassle of tearing out the old concrete and pouring new. Resurfacing your pool deck can help you add color or create the look of natural stone, the possibilities are endless.
If you have an existing concrete pool deck but want to spruce it up or get rid of the boring old gray look, there is an easy option: cover it with a concrete overlay. These versatile resurfacing products can be sprayed on or trowel applied to most sound concrete surfaces to add color, texture and slip resistance. Some systems can also be stamped or stenciled, allowing you to achieve the same patterns possible with newly placed stamped or stenciled concrete.
Many of today's overlay products blend polymer resins with cement, sand and other additives to improve performance, slip resistance, aesthetic qualities and bonding to existing concrete. Many systems also resist damage from salt, pool chemicals, UV exposure, freeze-thaw conditions and abrasion. Some products are formulated to dry super-fast, making it possible to a give a worn, lackluster pool deck a decorative makeover in as little as a day.
Resurfaced Concrete Pool Deck Makes a Big Splash
This existing pool deck, installed more than 25 years ago, was in bad shape with extensive cracking and settlement. For budget reasons, the property owners elected to resurface the pool deck rather than demolish and replace the concrete. A cast-in-place overlay was applied and stamped with a fieldstone pattern and decorative medallion. Learn more about this project.
Pool Deck Goes from Boring to Beautiful with Microtopping Polymer
This pool deck was once a boring gray surface, but with the application of a micro-topping polymer it was transformed into a fresh colorful space. See before and after photos here.