What Are The Different Natural Stone Options For My Inground Pool Decking?
15 Jul What Are The Different Natural Stone Options For My Inground Pool Decking?
Natural Stone Decking: Travertine, Flagstone, Granite & More
From Luxury Pools
It’s easy to get caught up in the details of the swimming pool when one is designing a waterscape or inground pool project. So much time and energy is spent on picking out the tile, pool finish, coping, pool features like slide, diving board, sunshelf, water features, etc. that one’s brain scarcely has room for additional details. This could be a mistake, explains this post from Luxury Pools, as the decking or patio surrounding the pool can arguably be the most important design decision for many reasons. The post also explains the different options with their associated pros and cons, focusing on Natural Stone products.
Here is an excerpt from the post:
The area around your swimming pool is one of the most important parts of your poolscape. Not only is it where everyone congregates while poolside, it also plays a key role in defining your pool’s personality and style. There are a variety of manmade and natural materials that create superior pool decks, but those made from natural stone are matchless companions to sophisticated pool settings.
It is important, however, to keep in mind that in order for natural stone to retain its beauty around a pool, it should be treated with an approved sealer so it can handle weather changes, pool chemicals, and hard use.
Here are a few of the more popular natural stone types. Deciding which one to use depends on how you will use your pool and your property’s architectural style.
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