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Pool Deck Resurfacing Austin TX

A pool deck is a perfect place to entertain friends and family on hot summer days, but after years of use it may be time for an upgrade. If your existing pool deck is looking shabby or cracked, consider resurfacing it with epoxy coating instead of concrete. 

Pool deck resurfacing is a great way to extend the life of your pool deck. The decks are exposed to harsh weather conditions, so it’s important that you take good care of them.  

The best thing that you can do is hire professionals experienced in creating beautiful new finishes for old surfaces and keeping them looking great over time.  

If you live in Round Rock, Georgetown, and other Austin TX areas, we recommend checking out ATX Epoxy Floors for expert guidance.

Your Plug For Decorative Pool Deck

If you have a pool, then you know how important it is to have a deck that is both functional and beautiful. If your current deck is looking worn out or damaged, then it's time to think about getting it resurfaced. 

Decorative Pool Deck offers high-quality resurfacing services for all kinds of decks. We can refinish your existing deck, or we can completely rebuild it from scratch if necessary. Our team will work with you every step of the way to ensure that your new deck looks exactly how you want it! 

Our decorative pool deck repair services include:

Resurfacing

Staining

Coloring

Sealing

Pool Deck Coating

A pool deck coating is a protective seal that is applied to the top surface of your pool deck. It helps prevent water from penetrating into the concrete, which can lead to cracks and other damage. A pool deck coating also prevents dirt, algae, and other debris from sticking to your deck's surface, making it easier to clean. 

There are many types of coatings available today: acrylics, polyurethanes, epoxies and others. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks depending on what type of material you're looking for as well as how much maintenance it will require over time (if any).

A vibrant, clear blue swimming pool under a bright sunny sky, surrounded by a simple concrete deck. The pool's edge is marked with blue tiles and is equipped with a stainless steel ladder on the side for swimmers to enter and exit the water. Safety signs stating 'Shallow Water No Diving Allowed' and 'No Smoking' are visibly mounted on the black metal fence that encloses the pool area, emphasizing safety regulations. The fence is backed by a row of dense, green shrubbery that provides privacy and a natural boundary. The poolside is devoid of people, creating a peaceful and inviting environment. The water appears calm, with gentle reflections and ripples on the surface, and the pool's depth markers are clearly displayed on the edge, indicating the different levels of depth across the pool.
The image depicts a close-up view of a residential swimming pool area. The pool's clear blue water reflects the light and surroundings, creating a serene and inviting atmosphere. Surrounding the pool is a textured concrete deck, providing a safe, non-slip surface. A striking feature is the red brick coping that outlines the pool's edge, giving a classic and elegant contrast to the concrete. There is a single poolside post, possibly part of a fence or a support for a shade structure, casting a shadow on the deck. The presence of pool cleaning equipment in the background indicates regular maintenance, and the overall setting suggests a well-kept and enjoyable backyard leisure space.

How Epoxy Is Installed On A Pool Deck

The process of installing epoxy on a pool deck is fairly simple and straightforward. First, the old deck must be removed. This can be done with a jackhammer or other heavy machinery, depending on how thick your existing deck is.  

Next, you will need to fill in any cracks or holes that may have been left behind by removing the old material. It's important to do this before applying the new epoxy because otherwise water could get underneath it and cause problems later on down the line. 

Once all cracks have been filled in, you're ready to apply your new coating! This can be done using either an airless sprayer or rollers (depending on how big your area is).  

Make sure that all surfaces are covered evenly so there aren't any spots where moisture could get trapped underneath--this could cause mold growth or mildew over time!

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At ATX Epoxy Flooring, we have been installing commercial epoxy flooring for over 10 years. If you're looking for local professionals, give us a call today

Color Options For Epoxy Pool Decks

Epoxy pool decks are available in a wide range of colors, from bright and vibrant to earthy and muted. The color options for your epoxy pool deck will depend on the manufacturer you choose as well as the type of decking material you choose.  

All colors are possible, but light, natural colors are recommended. Light colors reflect sunlight instead of absorbing it and getting hot. Natural colors often look attractive to create an appealing pool deck.

Benefits of Epoxy Pool Decks

Epoxy pool decks are one of the most popular types of pool decks. They are durable, easy to maintain and can last for many years. 

The benefits of epoxy pool decks include:

It's easy to clean and maintain 

It doesn't require any chemicals to keep it looking good 

It has a low maintenance cost compared to other types of pool decks

Get Your Pool Deck Resurfacing Today

You'll agree that an epoxy is a great option for pool decks. It's durable, attractive, and easy to maintain. If you're interested in learning more about how to resurface your deck with this material, please contact us at ATX Epoxy Floors for a free consultation.

A vibrant, clear blue swimming pool under a bright sunny sky, surrounded by a simple concrete deck. The pool's edge is marked with blue tiles and is equipped with a stainless steel ladder on the side for swimmers to enter and exit the water. Safety signs stating 'Shallow Water No Diving Allowed' and 'No Smoking' are visibly mounted on the black metal fence that encloses the pool area, emphasizing safety regulations. The fence is backed by a row of dense, green shrubbery that provides privacy and a natural boundary. The poolside is devoid of people, creating a peaceful and inviting environment. The water appears calm, with gentle reflections and ripples on the surface, and the pool's depth markers are clearly displayed on the edge, indicating the different levels of depth across the pool.
The image shows an outdoor residential patio area with a swimming pool. The patio is constructed with a beige-colored concrete surface that has a slip-resistant finish, suitable for poolside safety. A decorative brick border in a red tone neatly edges the curved outline of the pool, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the backyard. The pool water appears clean but has some fallen leaves on the surface, suggesting a natural outdoor environment. Adjacent to the pool, there is a covered seating area with outdoor furniture, offering a comfortable space for relaxation or entertaining. The backyard is enclosed by a wooden fence, providing privacy for the residents.
The image depicts a close-up view of a residential swimming pool area. The pool's clear blue water reflects the light and surroundings, creating a serene and inviting atmosphere. Surrounding the pool is a textured concrete deck, providing a safe, non-slip surface. A striking feature is the red brick coping that outlines the pool's edge, giving a classic and elegant contrast to the concrete. There is a single poolside post, possibly part of a fence or a support for a shade structure, casting a shadow on the deck. The presence of pool cleaning equipment in the background indicates regular maintenance, and the overall setting suggests a well-kept and enjoyable backyard leisure space.