As we discussed in our last post, concrete is a very inexpensive material for pool decks, but it’s potentially very inefficient, too. Let’s look at pavers.
Owning a pool can be incredibly rewarding and relaxing. Nothing feels better than drifting under the sun as the cool water laps at your legs. Before you can enjoy floating around your pool, however, you have an important installation decision to make – concrete or pavers?
Each pool comes with its own set of maintenance needs: clearing debris, covering, and prepping for the changing seasons may top the list. One thing common to most above ground and some inground pools: the liners need to be replaced. On average, a pool liner lasts between eight and 12 years, and many don’t show ostensible wear and tear. Having a professional inspect your pool liner can help you determine its current state, and whether it’s time to consider a replacement.
Today’s pools and spas come with all the bells and whistles – precise temperature regulation, lighting, and automation options abound. An automatic pool cover can be a valuable addition to your set up. Learn what these covers are, how to use them, and how they add an element of convenience to your backyard oasis.