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Which Decking Option should I choose for my Fiberglass Pool?

Posted by Josefine Koehn on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 @ 00:09 AM

fiberglass_pools_upstate_nyThere are plenty of decking options for your fiberglass pool area: natural stone, deck pavers, tile, stained and stamped concrete or even wood-grain composite. The biggest trend today is towards decorative stamped concrete decks. Here are some reasons why:

Stamped Concrete Looks Great
Since stamped concrete opens the door to many different looks, it is easy to complement the exterior of the home and the outdoor environment. Different techniques allow to replicate even expensive materials such as slate and stone. The design choices are plenty and will give your pool a unique look.

Stamped Concrete is Functional
No matter which kind of texture you choose, with stamped concrete the area around your pool will provide a safe, comfortable and non-slippery surface for sun-bathing, barbecuing and even for kids, who love to jump in the pool. Another advantage is, that the concrete is very flexible to apply, allowing many different looks and designs.

Stamped Concrete is Durable
Did you know, that concrete was already used in ancient Rome? We know from experience, that stamped concrete in our days is one of the more durable surfaces you can choose. It also is the perfect choice for resurfacing projects.

Stamped Concrete is Affordable
If you just love the look of stone, but are looking for a more cost-effective solution; stamped concrete is the best option for you. Due to the wide spectrum of colors and patterns almost any other surface can be resembled – at just a fraction of the cost.


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