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Upgrading To Pool Deck Pavers

Have you ever noticed how celebrity and five-star hotel pools have a certain uniqueness that sets them apart from residential pools? Though shape and size have something to do with it, there’s another thing that really sets those pools apart from the average backyard pool. Have you figured out what it is yet? Here’s the answer: pool deck pavers.

Why Use Pool Deck Pavers?

Most residential pool decks have a concrete slab as the foundation, making the area look pretty much identical to any other pool in the neighborhood. Pool deck pavers come in many different shapes, colors and sizes and give the pool area an interesting design and visual appeal. The best attributes of pavers is their reliability and durability for years to come. They are also safer than concrete as they are non-slip. Pavers not only enhance a pool deck but also walkways and driveways, creating a high-end look that’s usually only seen in magazines.

Pool Deck Paver Design Ideas

pool deck paversFrom stone and brick to individual concrete squares, pavers consist of different materials and fit together to create most any design or pattern on a patio, deck, a sidewalk or a driveway. You can choose multicolored stone pavers for a beautifully chaotic look or go with uniform brick pavers set in any configuration that you like. Even if you want the first letter of your last name in your driveway, we can do that with stone, brick or concrete pavers in the color and design of your choosing.

American Outdoor Living uses high quality products such as Travertine pavers and Belgard interlocking pavers.   By starting with quality, it’s easier to enjoy your patio design for years to come.

See our pool deck pavers design ideas

Your Guide to Paver Costs

Pavers range in price according to the materials you prefer, the total space you need to cover and the labor involved. On average, pavers cost anywhere between $7.75 and $16.25 per square foot; the cost greatly varies depending on the type and quality of the paver you choose. Before selecting a paver, it’s important to know the benefits of each material.

  • Concrete pavers have a smooth look and work great for pool decks and edging.
  • Stone pavers come in marble, flagstone and other materials for a high-end look.
  • Brick pavers create a uniform design and bring cohesion to the entire space.

Our Final Thoughts About Paver Installation

If you want to enhance your pool area without performing a complete redesign, consider the benefits of pool deck  pavers. Because pavers come in many different materials, you can choose to spend as little or as much as you want for the design. Pool deck pavers also provide a more durable option than concrete slabs, which often crack and break down over time in your swimming pool area. Other advantages of having pavers installed on your pool deck, sidewalks and driveways include:

  • They provide a nonslip surface.
  • You can easily replace a paver if it gets damaged.
  • They withstand foot traffic and harsh climates.

If you’re looking for a durable and affordable upgrade, talk to us about installing new pavers around your pool. Pool deck pavers not only enhance your swimming pool and patio but also make your backyard, driveway or walkways stand out from others in the neighborhood.

Get started today by calling 407-847-9322 or fill out our online form and one of our design consultants will visit your home and help your dream become a reality.