Help your poolscape and outdoor living area stand out with the perfect decking. There are many materials on the market today that will perfectly complement your space, and we will help you choose the one that best suits your area. The options are endless.

Stamped Concrete

Stamped Concrete, also known as stamped overlay, creates a beautiful look for your pool’s surround. This ideal pool deck surface combines beauty and durability while remaining a low maintenance option. There are a variety of patterns available, including stone, brick, tile and even wood-grained textures, and when mixed with a specific color, it will emulate natural stone appearance, complementing your pool and landscaping.


Travertine pool decks provide an elegant look to your backyard and complement both contemporary and natural pool designs. Travertine naturally absorbs water, which helps to make this decking one that is less slippery. Travertine is known for maintaining its color, making it easier to match replacement stone if needed. In addition, travertine is heat resistant, making the deck much cooler than other decking materials are in the summertime.

Spray Deck

Spray decking is an economical way to spruce up your existing concrete deck by applying a non-skid, decorative coating to your deck surface. This decking can come in many different colors and can have many different designs. They can be designed to look like flagstone and spray decks lengthen the life of your pool deck.


Flagstone is a soft, porous stone that offers an upscale look to your backyard. This stone has a naturally rough texture to prevent slipping. Flagstone is often used for pool decking because of its low maintenance and long lifespan. Flagstone can be cut into tiles, or allowed to remain in a more natural state of large slabs. Because of its porous nature, it may be necessary to use an approved sealer to protect the stone from chemicals associated with pool use.