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Pool deck surface help

Posted by cmhcoop (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 20, 10 at 21:38

Hi Everyone,

Hoping to get some input. We put a pool in last fall. It has a concrete pad with a salt water finish. It's connects up to our existing concrete pad. It is stained with a brush finish. We need to come up with either a coating to cover both pads or a coating/finish on the pool part to complement the existing pad. BTW, the existing pad is very hot in the sun, so we do not want to be that dark. The coping is concrete, so covering that has to be a consideration as well.
Any ideas would be appreciated.

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RE: Pool deck surface help

Not sure if it's available in your area, but we recently had our coping, decking, and patio area covered in Sundek. They offer a lot of options including masonry patterns and sunstamp which look similar to stained concrete. We had a lot of cracks so went with a pattern that would hide those.

Before and after...

Here is a link that might be useful: Sundek Web Site


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