Not long ago, the options to resurface a swimming pool were very limited. The variety of pool finishes has increased dramatically within the last two decades. What is known by many as Marcite, which is basically crushed marble and white Portland cement, was substituted by Quartz aggregate finish, also known as diamond Brite ®.
For a more distinguished look, homeowners often choose the pebble finish or glass bead finish (Beadcrete ®.)
If a glassy finish is desired, Hydrazzo is the pool finish to go with.
When remodeling your pool deck with pavers the coping installation is necessary; it will frame and raise the edge of the swimming pool.
Pool Coping is a concrete based product. It is the first step when remodeling a pool deck with pavers.
Another important part of a complete pool remodel is the installation of a new pool tile. Although is not necessary, it is without a doubt the best time to be replaced since the pool needs to be drained, prepped, cut, and bond coated.
Pavers are the ultimate solution for those ugly and inevitable cracks on pool decks. Similarly to Pool Coping, pavers are concrete based product.
Pool deck pavers are a great choice for any in ground pool or above ground pool because of their great flexibility and because it can be customized.
No more mastic. Pavers are installed butting directly to the coping. Therefore, there is NO more need for expensive mastic. Pavers do not expand and contract like “poured-in-place” concrete.
Pavers are certainly beautiful, but are they worth the investment? Pavers offer a perfect way to enhance the look of your home but they also offer other benefits as well.
When you call Premium Pool SPA and Pavers for an appointment, we will also bring you sample pavers that you can review and look over after we draft you an onsite estimate. We want you to be completely satisfied with our work, so we take the time to show you exactly how your new driveway will look. We hope you are as excited as we are to get started on your beautiful driveway project!
Premium Pool SPA and Pavers urges you homeowner… do not let anybody seal your pavers immediately after being installed! Pavers and Coping manufacturing involves a lot of chemicals. It needs to cure, in order to “breath”. All these chemicals will travel through the pavers and surface.
The rule of thumb is 30 (thirty) days for thin pavers and 60 (sixty) days for thick pavers (from the day it was manufactured).
Any early attempt in sealing these products can lead to disastrous results - if the sealer is applied prior to the recommended number of days, those chemicals mentioned before will become trapped inside the pavers/coping.
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