TILE, COPING & WATER FEATURES
A 6″ band of tile is applied to the top inside edge of your pool. This tile border allows for easy cleaning at the water line.
If your pool is to be edged with coping, field stone or other, our stone mason now installs this finish. Otherwise, the cantilever edge of the deck provides the pool’s top finish. If your pool has a water feature don’t be alarmed when you see a “pile of rocks”. The finish touches are running water and your final landscape.
DECK LAYOUT & DECK POUR
This is very important because the deck is the entertainment area around the pool. After the layout, take the time to be comfortable with the design. It is not uncommon to make deck changes to accommodate chaise lounges or tables in the laid out area to create the perfect entertainment area.
The deck pour entails large concrete trucks down the access road. It is very important that all cars are cleared to allow access and that all children are kept out of the area.
Depending on your choice of decking (plain, exposed aggregate, pavers or stamped) the steps may vary at this time. Exposed Aggregate and Stamped Concrete are multi-day processes, so don’t be alarmed if your deck doesn’t look the right color after it is poured. The expansion joints are saw cut in the stamped pattern, so you may see some hairline cracks, but the deck is reinforced with 3/8” steel rebar.
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