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- Layout of the Pool Deck
- What Kind of Materials Should I Use For My Deck?
- Pool Deck Design Ideas
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- Installing and Maintaining Concrete Pool Decks
- Pool Deck Cost
- Pool Deck Construction Fundamentals
- Pool Coping
- Sealing and Protecting Pool Decks
- Pool Deck Repair
- Pool Deck Safety
- Resurface Existing Concrete with Pool Deck Coatings
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Pool DecksGuidelines for designing a pool deck with slip resistance, sun reflectivity and orientation that suits almost any setting, budget and lifestyle
One of the biggest trends in outdoor design today is a decorative concrete pool deck, a colored, textured and inviting area surrounding the pool that does more than provide a safe, slip-resistant deck for sunbathing and barbecuing. Inground pool decks are now given nearly as much attention as the interior design of the home.
Decorative concrete has opened the doors to creating pool decks that complement the exterior of the home, meld with the outdoor environment, and replicate exotic and traditionally expensive materials such as slate, stone or even wood.
Sometimes referred to as cement pool decks, the choices available for designing a truly unique, functional, and affordable pool deck are at your fingertips.
The benefits of concrete are many. It can provide an extremely durable surface, as compared to a wooden deck or even stone. With the new techniques for stamping and applying decorative concrete, any look can be created at a fraction of the cost.
"Concrete today is extremely flexible in its application." --Silvano Salvatici of Sublime Concrete Solutions LLC. in Fairview, TX.