Swimming pools are understandably extremely popular and prevalent in our Longwood, Orlando and central FL service area and throughout The Sunshine State; and who doesn’t enjoy taking dip after a long day of work or exercising or just relaxing on a scorching day? However, when an in-ground swimming pool’s concrete pool deck, for example, isn’t ready for prime time, a swimming pool becomes an annoyance and, worse yet, a big safety hazard and legal and monetary liability.
Among our swimming pool services, our expert swimming pool deck renovation team is specially trained for pool tile installation and pool deck installation; and to assess damage, repair, remodel and stabilize your in-ground oasis. All while suggesting safe options that are respectful as possible of your needs, timeline and budget. We deliver in-ground swimming pool tile installation for residential properties and tile work for large commercial properties.
Pool coping is the material used to cap the pool edge or shell wall, and it comes in a variety of options: poured-in-place concrete, precast concrete, tile and natural stone (such as pavers, flagstone and the like).
We proudly offer swimming pool services! Pool tile isn’t just “regular tile.” Rather, in-ground swimming pool tile is specifically manufactured to withstand sunlight, changing temperatures, aquatic environments, and repeated and consistent interaction with chemicals in swimming pool water. Regular household tile — such as bathroom and kitchen tile — simply isn’t designed for such outdoor use, thus likely not providing the same level of strength and durability as proper pool tile and needing replaced in a few years.
Therefore, with proper maintenance, in-ground swimming pool tile can have a lifespan of decades — if regularly kept clean, routine maintenance and repairs are done, and pool water is kept properly balanced. To learn more about swimming pool tile vs. household tile, click here.
Moreover, you can’t really have an in-ground swimming pool without a pool deck here in Longwood, Orlando, central FL and elsewhere. Poured cement and poured concrete has been the go-to material for pool decking for decades since it’s durable and water-resistant. Upon finishing a freshly poured, new concrete pool deck as a brushed surface, swimmers and other people enjoying the outdoor oasis can safely walk barefooted without the risk of slipping; thus reducing legal liability, too. To learn more about pool decking, click here.