A pool deck is more than just that thing that surrounds the pool. Your deck makes just as much of a statement as the pool itself. You’ll want it to represent your own sense of style. While you may want to improve your pool’s overall look, the deck area can be a great place to start, with lots of options for customization.
Upgrading the deck is an extremely popular renovation project as pool owners shun the stifling expectations of pure white concrete.
The amount of available options can be staggering. Where to start? This month, we’ve broken down decking materials into four distinct groups: concrete, ceramic tile, wood, and stone.
Concrete Pool Decks
While concrete decks may be seen as standard, the material allows for a great amount of options regarding the finish of the deck. Concrete allows for a wide variety of colors and finishes that offer a distinctive and memorable pool experience without sacrificing the reliability of concrete.
Ceramic Tile Pool Decks
Ceramic tiles are a great option. Pool tiles come in hundreds of shapes, sizes, and colors, which allows for nearly limitless customization. A great way to make the pool your own. The best part is that most are waterproof, making maintenance a breeze.
Wood Pool Decks
Wooden decks offer a warm and comfortable atmosphere, which is sure to make your pool stand out. From standard pine to imported woods, the sheer number of options available overwhelming.
With this wide variety of wood types, no two decks will look alike. For a next level experience, these decks can be built upon a concrete deck and made into a raised lounge.
Stone Pool Decks
Stone decks offer a beautiful and elegant look that will last for many years to come. They’re a timeless beauty that is easy to maintain. Once the stones are set, a sealer will protect the color and luster from the elements, ensuring the longevity of your deck.
Upgrade to Your Ideal Deck with H&H Custom Pools
Do you think it’s time to upgrade? Your ideal, custom swimming pool deck is just a phone call away. To learn more about what H&H Custom Pools can do for your custom glass tile swimming pool, give us a call at (772) 545-3066 for residents of Martin County, or (561) 744-2656 for residents of Palm Beach County.