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Pool Area help....Pavers etc..

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SO, I was at my buddies house this wekeend and he just had his backyard re-done.. looks awesome. He had pavers al around his pool, new landscaping etc looked great and Im jealous.

 

My backyard is pretty cool I guess, but It needs to be updated. I have cement, then about 2 ft of brick around my pool (16x32) and a strip of wood between the brick and the edge of the pool. I want to replace the cement and the brick with pavers and run it right to the edge of the pool.

 

I have several questions.

 

-my liner is old but in good shape, should I change it? or is it easy enough to do after the pavers are in.

-does it pay for me to remove the cement and bricks before the guys lay the pavers? is that a big savings?

-Does anyone here do this kind of work and if so, would you be willing to come by and give an estimate?

 

thanks,

BC

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You want something that will really stick out in your neighborhood. Have you ever heard of stamped concrete before ? I drive a cement mixer for a living and have done so many pool decks it would make your head spin in circles. There is a company out there that adds the color by hand so the can control the different colors better. They are without a doubt the best in the country. The different patterns they do is amazing. If you want a deck that looks like a Field of laid boulders. That's exactly what it looks like. Here is their web site if you want to take a look at there work.

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So, If doing the whole kit and kaboodle is too much, I can do the pavers one year and when the liner is shot do that without much additional cost?

 

Sounds good to me. I gotta check out that stamped concrete stuff..

 

Can anyone recommend someone on long island who is reliable, good and doesnt charge an arm and a leg?

 

BC

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