Improve the Look and Feel of Your Pool Adding Stone and Deck upgrades
Not uncommon in our area are flagstone decking. You probably have seen already neighbors and friends that have added Stone fixtures to their pool area. Using a Kool Deck type surface, sprayed on top of broom finished concrete, is the norm. In recent years, interlocking pavers have allowed renovators to completely change the look of the deck, without the cost of milled stone. One of my favorite looks is a combination of exposed aggregate pool deck, with brick runners and coping, (or flagstone). Partial wooden decks; the contrast of stone and wood makes a nice effect.
Stone retaining walls are frequently used on one side of the pool, in some cases even if there is no earth to retain! Having a stone backdrop on one side of the pool adds a dramatic effect. Add some function to it, and you have a raised deck or spa on one side of the pool, to which many designers add a sheer descent waterfall, or other water features.
If this is a type of look you are looking for your Pool, don’t hesitate to contact us for a 100% free estimate. Use the form on this page to get in touch so we can schedule a visit for you!
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