Pool deck sealing is utilized to protect and maintain the integrity of the underlying material. Over time, stone tile or deck sealing can break down, leaving your deck unprotected. Premier Pool Service can re-seal your deck to insure that it has the protection it needs. Sealants protect your pool deck against weather, water, stains, and abrasives. Sealants also give your decking material an attractive sheen, make clean-up easier and in many instances, provide greater traction (an important consideration around the pool).
Harsh chemicals, pooling water, exposure to the elements, and daily foot traffic can undermine the integrity of your deck sealing, which can lead to pitting, cracking and peeling. To avoid costly damage to your pool decking, we recommend that you clean and re-seal your decking on a regular basis. The trained staff a Premier Pool Service can evaluate the integrity of your pool deck’s seal and offer recommendations regarding its proper care. Re-sealing your deck can help extend wear, improve traction, and enhance the appearance of your pool area.
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Our trained pool technicians have years of experience with a variety of decking materials and sealers. We can offer advice on proper care, recommend appropriate seals and even provide tips on how you can do the job yourself! Or, if you prefer, we will be happy to re-seal your deck for you. Contact us today for your free evaluation!
Pool Owners Love The Wet Look!
Pool decks are typically stamped concrete, aggregate or paver-based substrates that greatly benefit from a wet look decorative sealer. Wet look sealers are typically solvent based acrylics that immediately bring to life the appearance of a pool deck. It’s a fantastic look, but one that requires upkeep to maintain, usually yearly or on a biannual basis. If you live in a cold climate, sealing your pool deck will reduce the chance of freeze thaw damage. Freeze thaw damage can cause cracks or surface flaking and is the result of water penetrating the concrete surface, then expanding as it freezes. Premier Pool Service will apply a sealant that will keep water from sinking into your pool deck.
Stone Paver Sealing
Extending the beauty and lifespan of outdoor hardscapes may require applying a sealer to concrete pavers around your pool deck area. It’s generally recommended to wait 1 year after paver installation before applying a sealer, in order to allow the naturally-occurring, white, dusty-looking build up (known as efflorescence) to escape from the paving stones. Pavers can be resealed periodically to maintain the high quality of the materials long term. Generally, sealers should be reapplied every 2-3 years in most areas of the country. Get a FREE estimate on sealing your pool deck area today!