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Austin Concrete Pool Decks Projects

Check out these awesome pool deck projects from contractors near Austin, TX. See photos of new decorative concrete swimming pool decks they have completed, as well as existing pool decks they have resurfaced. Plus, learn about how they achieve one-of-a-kind surfaces that recreate the look of stone, brick and other materials. For more information and photos, or to contact a contractor, click on the contractor's company name.

ModernCrete
Austin, TX 78720

ModernCrete was able to save this residential pool deck in Steiner Ranch with acid stains. The homeowners contacted ModernCrete after their original pool contractor bailed on the job, leaving the pool deck unfinished. ModernCrete came in and stained the concrete with Kemiko's Cola color. However, they quickly found out that the original contractor had poured the deck with two different concrete mixes, causing the stain to react differently and come out two colors.

The solution was to pick the one that the homeowner liked best and try to cover over the other color. A custom mix of pigmented sealers was then used to blend and match the two colors. The end result was a pool deck with a completely custom color. Despite the difficulties, the deck came out beautifully; in fact, it is going to be featured in Southern Living Magazine.


Sundek of Austin
Austin, TX 78758

Seen here is a residential pool deck at a house in the Circle C Ranch Homes development in Southwest Austin. It was originally an exposed aggregate surface. Sundek transformed the deck with their classic texture spray system. A herring bone stamp with a soldier course insert was used to create the decorative pattern. The end result was a pool deck that was more comfortable, smoother, cooler, slip resistant and beautiful.


Nouveau Rustique Decorative Concrete
Round Rock, TX 78664

This client had dilapidated tile and concrete around the pool and patio. We repaired all the concrete and resurfaced the entire area with an old granite stamped textured overlay and stained the surface with a specialty stain (not acid stain), and sealed the surface with a chemical and salt-resistant sealant. We also applied to the walls a specialized tilt-up overlay finish to simulate a sculpted plaster finish that lasts.