Creating a new pool deck

New pool deck being work on
Concrete pavers are good way to upgrade to a new pool deck because they versatile, attractive, and they provide good traction. Concrete pavers are also a great option for pool decks because they are so durable. In addition, the look of natural stone is classic and timeless, and you could build a deck that will last a lifetime. They are resistant to salts; and chlorine will not affect their colors. By the nature of pavers, the joints will take on moisture and provide a cooler surface for swimmer’s feet.

The advantages of using concrete pavers

Pavers come in countless shapes and textures. Some pavers have dimples or a soft profile, and customers say they feel great on bare feet. Concrete pavers are also available in a vast array of colors and sizes, permitting you to create beautiful schemes that complement the shape and style of your pool. Pavers are also perfect for constructing raised seat walls, pillars, and planter boxes that will complement your new pool deck.

Another advantage when using pavers for pool decks is that they can be individually replaced. If there is a problem with buried plumbing or electrical lines, you can easily remove the pavers and gain access without destroying your work. Additionally, if you decide to expand your pool deck at a later time, it is easy to buy and install matching pavers that will facilitate a seamless transition. Concrete pavers also are resistant to the growth of mildew and algae in wet environments. Some pool owners can consider the cost of pavers to be one of the few drawbacks. Pavers tend to be higher priced per square foot than stamped and colored concrete. However, they are a huge long-term value because of their low maintenance costs and resistance to cracking and settling.

Maintenance

In addition to being resistant to the growth of algae and mildew in wet pool deck environments, service life is easily increased if you protect them with a sealer. Normally, the only regular maintenance that is necessary for a paver pool deck is regular sweeping and occasional rinsing to remove dirt and debris. Concrete pavers may settle over time, but they can be easily reset with no major expense or effort. Simply remove the affected pavers, re-compact the underlay, and reinstall the pavers.

One of the best pool contractors in Charlotte, NC

Carolina Pool Plastering offers many services to maintain, repair, and remodel your pool. This includes the deck, tile, and surrounding areas. Be sure to ask them about their many options and ideas for decks. A beautiful deck will create beautiful comfort zones and extend your entertainment space, increasing the value of your home or business. If you were wondering how to choose a Charlotte pool company, start with a call to Carolina Pool Plastering for a consultation regarding repairs to restore your new pool deck.

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