Keystone Kool Deck? concrete topping was invented by Mortex in 1962. It is a beautiful surface for swimming pool decks, walkways, patios & virtually any foot traffic area.
Pool Deck Designs and Options Decking around a pool has different requirements and considerations than standard decks. Learn what you need to know before you build a pool deck.
Neave Group Outdoor Solutions is the place to start when choosing a contractor for your pool deck or patio. Whether you want to refresh or re-design an existing pool deck or patio or build one as an addition to your home, Neave Pools has the expertise to help you with every decision along the way.
Most plastic deck materials are installed with a system that hides the screws, so there is a very neat appearance, The panels interlock so there is no water dripping through to the area underneath. This is especially nice if you have a patio or other usable space under you deck.
You have a number of options when it comes to choosing the material for your pool deck or pool patio. Some popular options are: Stone Pool Patios: Stone pool patios are a popular choice for modern designs, and with their extremely low maintenance and high durability, they’re a great material to choose.
Pool deck remodeling doesn't have to be expensive, or evasive, as there are many options for you to choose from. Our team of professionals will sit down with you and work out what type of material will be best for your particular project.
The Deck and Patio Company uses a time tested method approved by our engineers to compact the soil around the pool in layers (lifts) to eliminate the ”fluff” in the soil and allow our patios to be built immediately rather wait months or years or risk patio failure at the pool.
Brick has been around for more than 5,000 years, so it's a proven material and surface for a pool deck. Pros: Durable, easy to maintain, available in colors other than terra cotta—like grey, for instance.
A comparison of popular pool deck surfaces including concrete, pavers, brick and tile. How they compare in cost, maintenance, heat reflectivity, slip resistance, and design options.
This inexpensive, widely available deck material can easily make for a sturdy, attractive structure, but be warned—it's highly susceptible to warping, cracking and splitting, and it must be diligently maintained and treated for weather resistance.