Swimming Pool Decks and Screened Pool Enclosures

Pool Decks

When constructing pool deck, several different types of materials are used. Each benefit with its own unique features and benefits. Concrete is a popular choice due to its durability and affordability, while wood decking can provide a more natural and attractive appearance. Some homeowners may choose to use pavers or stone for a more upscale look, while others opt for tiles or synthetic materials like composite decking.

Pool Deck

Regardless of the materials used, it is important to keep pool decks clean to prevent slips, falls, and other accidents. Over time, pool decks can accumulate algae, dirt and other debris. The surfaces can become slippery when wet, posing a safety hazard for swimmers and other users. Additionally, keeping the pool deck clean helps to maintain its appearance and extend its lifespan. Dirt and other substances can cause damage and wear over time. Regular cleaning and maintenance is essential to ensure the safety longevity of any deck, regardless of the material used.

Pool Enclosure


To construct a screen pool enclosure, builders typically use aluminum frames and screens. The frames, anchored to the ground, and the screen attached to them. A roof is also added, which is made of either screen or solid material. It’s important to keep a pool enclosure clean to maintain its appearance, and longevity. Rid the entire enclosure of algae, mildew and mold by cleaning occasionally. To do this, use a soft-bristled brush and mild soap to clean the screens. Wipe down the frames with a damp cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or high pressure washer, which can damage the screens and frames. Regular maintenance and cleaning using a soft wash system by a professional will help your screen pool enclosure look great and enjoyable for years to come.

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