Pool Deck Resurfacing

Concrete overlays are growing in popularity for covering existing pool decks. If your deck is in relatively good shape (no major cracks or heaving), a concrete overlay may be the best choice for you. Even with some damage, some contractors can repair and in other ways improve an already existing deck. It is best to contact a contractor to determine what shape your deck is in and what option is best for you.

If you want to spruce up your deck or are simply tired of the boring, gray look of concrete, then consider resurfacing it. Resurfacing products can be sprayed on or troweled to most surfaces. They can be used to add color, texture and slip resistance. Some resurfacing systems also work for stamping or stenciling an existing surface so you can get the look of imprinted stone or other materials without the hassle of removing and replacing your concrete.

Other benefits of many overlay systems include resistance to damage from salt, pool chemicals, UV exposure, and freeze-thaw conditions. Many systems are also quick drying so your deck can be improved in very little time.

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