Get Your Pool Deck Ready for Summer

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Real Estate Agent with Real State Company

With summertime right around the corner, everyone is ready to hop in the pool to cool off and enjoy the day. But, what if your pool deck isn’t as ready for the summer as you are?

                    

Over time, pool decks will suffer from the effects of aging. From cracks and chips to fading and discoloration, the damage can really stack up.

 

However, there’s no need to worry about dumping money into an expensive replacement job. Pool deck resurfacing is an affordable, effective, and long-lasting solution to all of your pool deck problems! Continue reading and we’ll take a closer look at this cost-efficient alternative.

 

What is Pool Deck Resurfacing?

 

Pool deck resurfacing is simply a process that repairs your damaged concrete pool deck and then coats it with an overlay product that completely renews your pool deck!

 

There are numerous options to resurface your pool deck to fit your specific design needs. With endless colors, textures, and patterns available, you can totally remake your pool deck without spending a fortune on replacing it.

 

You may be wondering, “Can any pool deck be resurfaced?” Unfortunately, no. If a pool deck is structurally unsound or extensively damaged, it will not be able to undergo the resurfacing process. However, the damage has to be severe for this to occur and the majority of pool decks qualify for resurfacing.

 

Pool Deck Resurfacing Options

 

Now we’ll examine some of the more popular resurfacing options for pool decks. There are many, but here are a few common examples:

 

Stamped Concrete

A stamped concrete overlay is one of the most commonly seen resurfacing options. This customizable overlay can mimic a myriad of other flooring materials. Some examples include cobblestone, brick, slate, wood, and natural stone. Coupled with integral concrete coloring and stains, this resurfacing option can be made to look almost identical to the real deal!

 

SUNDEK Coating

A SUNDEK pool deck coating is another popular pool deck resurfacing option. This overlay material naturally avoids absorbing excessive amounts of sunlight. This will keep your pool deck cooler to the touch while looking newer simultaneously.

 

SUNDEK coatings are available in many different colors, textures, and patterns. Much like stampable overlays, it can even be made to mimic the look of other materials.

 

Concrete Overlay

A simple concrete overlay is a cost-effective option that has a lot of room for customization. With a standard concrete overlay, it can be colored integrally as it’s applied, stained with acid- or water-based stain after it’s applied, or both to create a unique color effect!

 

Scoring the surface of a concrete overlay is another excellent method for customizing it. A saw can be used to cut lines across the entire pool deck to create custom patterns and designs.

 

The Pool Deck Resurfacing Process

The first step in having your pool deck resurfaced is to inspect and repair any damage that’s present. Once repairs have been made, the pool deck will need to be thoroughly cleaned to ensure that the resurfacing material will adhere to the existing concrete.

 

Here is where the process can vary. After cleaning, the resurfacing product will be applied. Depending on the product that you selected, this step may be different. With concrete overlays, the overlay material will be mixed, applied, and spread over the surface area.

 

It will need time to cure for about 24 hours. Afterward, it’ll be sealed and cured for several more hours. Then it’s ready for use!

 

Finishing Up

 

If you want to avoid a costly replacement, revitalize your pool deck, and be ready for the summer, pool deck resurfacing is the perfect solution. This affordable technique will not only add decades to the life of your pool deck, but it’ll also increase the value of your home! With the options we’ve listed above, there’s no end to the possibilities.

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