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Pool coping and pavers

By Dr. Zee Pool Installation

What look are you going for? 

Pavers come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, so you can create a custom look that matches your style. Decks, on the other hand, are typically made of wood or composite materials, which can give your pool area more natural or modern feel.

Dr. Zee Pool Pool coping and pavers
Dr. Zee Pool Pool coping and pavers

Pool Coping Pavers

Durability

Both pavers and decks can be durable, but they require different types of maintenance. Pavers are generally more resistant to cracking and fading than decks, but they can be more susceptible to weeds and mildew.

Cost

Pavers are typically more expensive than decks to install, but they can last longer with proper care. Decks can be more affordable option upfront, but they may need to be replaced more often.

Safety

Both pavers and decks can be slip-resistant when properly installed. However, pavers with a textured surface may be more slip-resistant than smooth decks.

Pavers Pros:

  • Wide variety of colors, shapes and sizes
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Slip-resistant when properly textured

Pavers Cons:

  • More expensive to install than decks
  • Can be susceptible to weeds and mildew
  • Requires regular cleaning and sealing
  • Pool coping deck

Pool Coping Deck

Pavers Pros:

  • More affordable to install than pavers
  • Can give your pool area a natural or modern feel

Pavers Cons:

  • Can be slippery when wet
  • May not be as durable as pavers

Ultimately, the best choice for your pool coping depends on your individual needs and preferences. Consider all of the factors mentioned above before making a decision.

Pavers Patio

Patio pavers are a great way to add beauty, durability, and functionality to your outdoor space. They come in a wide variety of materials, colors, and shapes, so you can create a patio that perfectly matches your style and needs.

  • Durability: Pavers are strong and weather-resistant, so they can withstand years of wear and tear.
  • Low maintenance: Unlike decks, pavers don’t require regular staining or sealing. They’re also easy to clean with just a hose and broom.
  • Versatility: Pavers can be used to create a variety of different patterns and designs.
  • Increased value: A well-designed paver patio can add to the value of your home.

If you’re considering using pavers for your patio, here are some things to keep in mind:

    • The cost of pavers varies depending on the material, color, and size.
    • You’ll need to hire a professional installer to ensure that your patio is level and properly drained.

    With proper care and maintenance, a paver patio can be a beautiful and long-lasting addition to your home.

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