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Who does work around a pool (coping, fence, deck, etc.)?

Posted by fori (My Page) on
Mon, May 7, 12 at 18:43

Howdy again!

We have had an old irregular shaped pool for a little over a year now. Last year we had the plaster and some plumbing redone but not the tile or coping or decking. Some bits were replaced due to the plumbing but most of it is in need of replacement.

We'd like to do a bunch of concrete work in our yard including around the pool and the pool coping. I also want to put in a nicer fence than the one I had slapped on before moving in with my little kids. Can I expect a pool rehabber to do all this stuff or do I need multiple contractors?

(I don't want to use the guy I used last year because, well, he was terrible.)


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RE: Who does work around a pool (coping, fence, deck, etc.)?

The contractor for our pool refinish also would have done the concrete decking if we had chosen to replace ours. They gave us a quote for replacing the decking. Their website says they do built in bbq's, fire features and hardscaping. It looks like they will do pretty much any concrete or stone work that is wanted.

I don't know whether they would do a pool fence and that might depend on the type of fencing. Since code around here requires that pools be fenced, I would expect that they at least would be able to refer you to fence contractors that they have worked with.

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