Swimming pool decks have come a long way over the years. The options you have today to upgrade your pool deck are limitless. You can pick from Concrete to Wood, Tile, Natural Stone and a number of other options in between.
All Seal Exteriors is specialized in a number of great options for you, and below we will expose all the best options we can offer you in terms of pool deck surfaces, limited to only what we can do for you, while presenting a quick guide of surfaces that are all great options for you.
As we approach the cooler months of the year, the CDC has warned that a spike in Coronavirus cases will spike across the country, specially the ones where the weather gets considerably cooler. Florida has the advantage of getting chilled for a couple of weeks during winter, and that’s it. The rest of the year is normal Florida warm weather, unlike the rest of the country.
Regardless if we are going to have a spike in cases in South Florida during Autumn and Winter or not, All Seal Exteriors has the safety of its employees and customers in mind all the time, and we’re a following the health authorities’ guidelines since the pandemic started.
Here’s some of the practices we’re putting in place for the customer’s and staff’s safety during this period:
Raking up leaves around the garden has a certain charm. However, when it concerns pools, no-one likes scooping soggy dead leaves out of the pool on a chilly autumn day, it’s easy – and dangerous – to ignore them. Not only will the backyard become a no-go zone because of the brackish water-filled hole, there’ll be a ton more work and probably a higher cost involved, when summer rolls around again.
It’s important to protect your investment and don’t let your pool “go to sleep” over autumn and winter. And with the unseasonal, unpredictable weather we have been experiencing of late, you may even be able to take a dive so it’s ideal to have your pool “swim ready” for that last minute recreational time at the pool. Windy and stormy weather can also blow leaves and dirt into the pool which, if left to settle, can become difficult to remove.
Here’s 10 tips to keep your pool well maintained during the autumn!
Summer is a very enjoyable time in South Florida, and with the amount of pools in homes all across the region, most Floridians take this time of the year to enjoy their pools wether at their own homes or at their condo’s public pools. Regardless on which pool we are talking about, the summer can be relentless with your pool and here’s how you can protect it.