A better solution is to build a temporary deck over your swimming pool so you can remove it if you decide to sell your home later. A pool can add value to your home. Plus, if you fill in a pool and hide it under the dirt, you must disclose that fact when you sell your home.
Choosing the right swimming pool deck is just as important as choosing the right size and shape of your swimming pool. One thing to remember when choosing a deck: if you have a pool with a liner, remember to leave access to the liner so that when it needs to be changed the deck will not have to be cut or removed.
Resurfacing your pool deck can help you add color or create the look of natural stone, the possibilities are endless. If you have an existing concrete pool deck but want to spruce it up or get rid of the boring old gray look, there is an easy option: cover it with a concrete overlay.
If your deck is in relatively good shape (no major cracks or heaving), a concrete overlay may be the best choice for you. Even with some damage, some contractors can repair and in other ways improve an already existing deck.
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