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Winter Repairs for Your Pool Deck

Posted in Swimming Pools

Why wait to schedule repairs or maintenance for your pool deck until spring or summer? Winter is the perfect time to update your pool deck. The last thing you want during swimming season is construction or repairs happening in your pool area. Here are a few projects to consider getting done during the winter so your pool area is ready to go when the warm weather comes back around. 

  • Cleaning and maintenance. A thorough cleaning and inspection can be done during the winter without it infringing on your pool time. This is a good time to look for any issues that could become problems down the road and have them repaired.
  • Need a paver replaced or concrete repaired? Get those repairs done now when hanging out by the pool is the last thing on your mind. You want your pool deck to look great and be safe once the warmer temperatures arrive.
  • Have you been noticing pools of water forming around your pool deck? Fix those drainage issues before they cause damage or create a safety hazard.
  • Pool deck renovations. Beat the rush in the spring when everyone is calling to have their pool deck renovated. Talk to your local paving contractor about installing a new pool deck this winter when the industry is slower. Consider a new paver pool deck for beauty, durability and excellent drainage.

Now is the time to get your pool deck in tip-top shape for the summer swimming season. Call your local pool deck paving experts to schedule maintenance, repairs or a full replacement before the summer season is here. This way, your pool area will be ready to go if spring weather arrives early.

Posted on behalf of:
Tri County Pavers & Design
3300 S Congress Ave
Boynton Beach, FL 33426


Now is the Time to Renovate Your Pool Deck

Posted in Swimming Pools

If your pool deck is looking a little shabby, winter is the perfect time to schedule a renovation. Spring, summer and fall are the busiest times for relaxing by the pool, making winter the ideal season to remodel or repair your pool area. Give yourself the gift of a beautiful new pool deck this winter, which you can enjoy in the sunny, warm months to come. 

Choices in Pool Deck Pavers

Many people opt for plain concrete when choosing a material for pool decks. However, there are other options which can add style and beauty to your pool area. Pavers are a great choice for pool decks, as they provide a variety of color and style options while offering easy maintenance and repair. Some popular choices of pavers for pool decks include: 

–        Travertine pavers. Travertine is a perfect material for pool decks. The rock stays cool and offers a non-slip surface, which is excellent for the area surrounding your pool.

–        Tumbled marble pavers. Similar to travertine pavers, tumbled marble offers durability and beauty for your pool deck. The natural look of marble can add a touch of class to your outside living area.

–        Brick or concrete pavers. Another option for your pool deck is clay or concrete pavers. While less expensive than natural stone, they are still aesthetically pleasing and easy to maintain. 

By renovating your pool deck now, when the warmer weather of spring and summer arrive, your pool will be ready for your first pool party. Don’t wait until everyone else is scheduling their pool area remodels; call your local paving company today to get your pool deck renovation done during the slower winter season.

Posted on behalf of:
Tri County Pavers & Design
3300 S Congress Ave
Boynton Beach, FL 33426

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