The weather has turned frigid, and snow is piling up on the ground. Those hot summer days where your family ruled the land that comprises your backyard seem so far away. As you stare out the kitchen window, you think about warmer times. You recall a fleeting memory about your swimming pool – the sound of a cannonball, the water splashing out of the pool. “Those were the days,” you think to yourself.
Everything mechanical needs occasional maintenance. You change the oil in your car and check refrigerant levels in your HVAC unit, don’t you? These tune-ups are routine. Why not add your pool to the maintenance rounds?
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?