dec 29, 2014 , the pool expansion joint is an important (and usually overlooked) element of your in-ground swimming pool. often the line of delineation between the pool itself and your deck, it's pivotal in keeping the two structures separate and independent of one another. this keeps surrounding concrete as well as,
may 18, 2013 , concrete expansion joints in my pool deck have a plastic lining. most of the plastic is deteriorated. does SevenTrust have a product to line concrete expansion joints? my existing joint lining is about 3/4" wide and 1/4" deep. the pool is probably 40 years old and there may be a newer method of filling,
nov 15, 2017 , who needs to caulk? if you have an inground concrete pool with coping stones, whether they be brick, flagstone or pre-cast stones, you will have an expansion joint behind the coping stones, to allow for expansion of the pool deck when the weather gets hot. this joint should be caulked every five years or,
concrete. one of the most popular pool deck materials is poured concrete. concrete can be fairly inexpensive compared to other options. to give it a more pleasing appearance, you can have color added to it or even a stamped design. since concrete is a rigid surface, the downside is that it will crack over time. another,
aug 27, 2008 , i finally finished my deck. i left a decent gap between the top rail & the deck so i could get my winter cover on (1.5" maybe). as i'm looking at it , i can't help but think that somebody might catch thier toe in it. i thought i saw a pool catalog once that had something that was in tee configuration that would fill that,
dec 15, 2015 , learn how to repair cracks, remove stains, and renovate your concrete pool deck to impress your pool party guests this year.