14 jul 2010 , a pool deck can be both a functional and esthetically pleasing addition to any backyard pool. in addition to providing a new space for drying off and relaxing in the sun, a deck can hide a pool's unattractive outer walls and make the overall landscape more elegant. if you are thinking of adding a deck to a,
locate the next post 4 feet (1.2 m) away from that point. the perimeter edge of your deck shouldn't be more than 4 feet (1.2 m) away from a post. to find out how many interior posts you will need, add the distance from pool to post, multiply that by 2 and add it to the diameter of the pool, then multiply the total by pi (3.14159).
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although most folks say an in-ground pool is more attractive, an above-ground pool can be just as eye-catching with the addition of a pool deck. to build a pool deck, you'll , the surface should be wide enough for safe walking — 3 feet is a good minimum — and after that, it's up to your imagination. include a nice lounging,