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Old 03-27-2011, 09:23 PM
 
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Looking to resurface my pool deck. Weve looked into paver overlays, but really $$$$. Tons of options, but so many choices!
Anybody redone theirs, and happy?
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Old 03-28-2011, 06:40 AM
 
Location: Port Charlotte, FL
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You are right, there are so many choices for pool deck resurfacing. I am looking for answers to the same question. Anxious to see what people are doing. We just have a lot of cracks on our pool deck. Caulking and painting over it helps, but I think it would look better with a new surface. I will check back to see if there are any posts. Thanks.
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Old 07-07-2011, 08:39 PM
 
Location: Englewood, FL
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C'mon, peeps, represent!
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Old 07-08-2011, 08:01 AM
 
Location: Port Charlotte, FL
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You are right, there are so many choices for pool deck resurfacing. I am looking for answers to the same question. Anxious to see what people are doing. We just have a lot of cracks on our pool deck. Caulking and painting over it helps, but I think it would look better with a new surface. I will check back to see if there are any posts. Thanks.
We just had our pool deck redone. They saw cut where all of the cracks were. Then they filled the cracks. Then they put a finish over the cracks. Then they used spray crete over the entire pool deck. Then they repainted. It looks brand new. It was covered under our warranty so we didn't pay anything. But this is the least expensive way to go. I saw one of my customers that had it done to their pool deck and I thought, wow, it does look new. Now that we had it done too, I would recommend it.
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Old 07-08-2011, 08:16 PM
 
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friend of mine in DFW area used company run by woman whose mom has similar operation in Tampa area--
woman was laid off and instead of trying to find another job started doing resurfacing of pool surrounds-
with something (quartz I think) that lowers the temp so that it is much easier to walk on the pool deck...
My friend had aggregate originally and it was in good condition but just got so hot they had to put mats/towels--something--down when they were using the pool in the summer because their feet would burn after just step or two

they came out--pressure washed the aggregate and let it dry--
think they acid-etched it as well--then put on the material to coat the aggregate surface and make it solid surface
let it dry--then came back and painted it

my friend is very happy--the temp of the decking is much cooler--and the texture is rough enough that it discourages slipping when the kids are maybe running around on it...

maybe something like this
Increte: Product Information
since it says "cool to the touch"

she paid about 3K but not sure how many sq ft that covered--her pool is about 20x40 with 3 to 4 ft pool deck area around it
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