A lot of things can spring from adding a front porch, including the aesthetics and the entire value of your property. Yet, when planning it,
Pool decks are an excellent way to create a space that is both functional and stylish. If you are looking for ways to make your pool area more inviting, consider the different types of deck pools you can choose from. We can also help you design the deck itself to match the backyard decor in style and taste.
This year, do not just settle on a boring slab of concrete – think about what will stand out as a focal point in your home! Contact us today if you have any questions about how we can bring your pool deck into focus this summer.
Here are the different types of pool decks that you can have built at any time.
There are many reasons why a homeowner may not want to build an inground pool or simply cannot. We understand that it is essential for you and your family to have the best backyard oasis possible – so we offer above-ground pools in many sizes.
Our above-ground pools feature durable vinyl liners with corrosion-resistant aluminum frames. These provide years of maintenance-free use and enjoyment. You can have a concrete above-ground pool too. People typically see them as less desirable than their earth and stone counterparts.
But if you are on a budget and want something that does not take up much space in your backyard, then investing in one is worth considering.
You may not believe it if you have not seen one, but an above-ground pool is a surprisingly attractive option for your backyard. In fact, some people say they prefer them. They like that because excavation is unnecessary, the installation cost is about one-fifth of an in-ground pool.
An in-ground pool deck is a type of pool coping, or a decorative edging around the pool. It can be made from a variety of materials and serve different purposes. Decks usually provide seating for those who want to enjoy time outdoors around the water without getting wet or may act as pathways that lead into the pool area itself.
Pool coping is the capped edging around the pool shell wall. The coping hides the steel underlay for an attractive appearance and protects the top of the pool edge. Acting as a frame around your pool, coping is often poured concrete or natural stone tile.
We can also help you choose suitable materials for your in-ground pool deck. You could select from composite wood panels, natural stone pavers, or concrete block walls, just to name a few. The possibilities are endless when designing and installing a new in-ground pool deck. So, just let us know how we can help you start this project.
All Pro Thornton Deck Builders can alter the design of your inground pool deck to suit the size and shape of your home, as well as making it suitable for how you want to use the area.
It does not matter what kind of outdoor space you are looking to build – we know how to do all types! Get us on board with your pool deck project and let our team show you how to turn your visions into a reality.