Does Your Pool Need a Pool Deck?
In your home’s backyard, you might have an oasis with a pool. This is your relaxation space, where you go to get some R&R. However, are you maximizing your use of this oasis? Are you taking advantage of the pool area fully? If you’re not sure, you may be interested in a pool deck.
Purposes of a Pool Deck
The first priority and purpose of a pool deck is that of safety. Consistently, pool decks act as a barrier for the clumsy family members or kiddos that want to go near the pool. A deck creates an extra spot of footing, and hopefully, less accidents.
On a lighter note, it is also a place to step out of the pool and have a place to dry off. A pool deck serves as an intermediary from the pool and the surrounding grass. On a deck, swimmers can both dry themselves off and prevent and water from being tracked inside the house. Let’s face it, a pool deck allows the swimmer a place to dry off without doing that within a clean home.
Questions to Ask Yourself
If you’re considering a pool deck for your DFW area pool, be sure to ask yourself the following relevant questions:
- Does my pool need an added level of safety?
- Do I need a place to dry off before going inside my home?
- Do I want a place to tan in the sun without having to lay a towel down in the grass?
If you answered yes to any of these, it’s probably that time to invest in a pool deck. Day in and day out, the Blooms Landcare team installs pool decks around pool perimeters. We stress their importance, their value, and all their uses.