Pavers or Flo-crete Deck ?
FINANCE YOUR BACK YARD DREAM WITH NO MONEY DOWN!
Paramount Capital is part of the Paramount Pool & Spa Systems family. Paramount Capital is a service provided to all customers working with an approved Paramount pool builder. We are here to help customers find and obtain sound financing solutions for your backyard dreams. We provide each customer with program details and guidance to facilitate the best financing option for their individual goals. Pools, spas and water features are not only beautiful and fun, but can also add value of your home.
At Paramount Capital, we help make your dreams a reality.
Pavers  Pavers are a beautiful choice for the construction of your pool deck.
“Constructing Premium Quality Pools Since 1983”
They are available in a very large assortment of colors, patterns, shapes, styles. Below we have added a portals to Tri-Circle Pavers, Stabil, PebbleTec, National Pool Tile, and LuvTile websites. If you do not or cannot view iframes the direct links are provided. These are the suppliers we use to order the Pavers, Waterline Tile, Coping, etc.
One of the major decision you will have to make is if you would like a Concrete deck or Pavers. Both are durable, relatively affordable, and look beautiful when done right. But which is right for your home? Well only you can decide, but Premier Pools will be sure you have all the information you need to make the most informed choice. Flo-crete Premier pools uses a high quality concrete material called Flo-Crete©
The pool deck in the picture here is a Flo- Crete© concrete deck. The lines cut into the deck on the corners are called “Expansion Joints” and are there to mitigate cracking. But Flo-Crete decks are not limited to just a plain surface. Flo-crete can be stained in just about any color and design pattern, that can look very similar to tile.
Pros Extremely versatile, less expensive than pavers, looks really nice when done correctly. Does not stain. Cons More slick when wet. The surface can be scratched and in time may require re-staining or resurfacing.
Pavers or Flo-crete Deck ?
FINANCE YOUR BACK YARD DREAM WITH NO MONEY DOWN!
Paramount Capital is part of the Paramount Pool & Spa Systems family. Paramount Capital is a service provided to all customers working with an approved Paramount pool builder. We are here to help customers find and obtain sound financing solutions for your backyard dreams. We provide each customer with program details and guidance to facilitate the best financing option for their individual goals. Pools, spas and water features are not only beautiful and fun, but can also add value of your home.
At Paramount Capital, we help make your dreams a reality.
Pavers  Pavers are a beautiful choice for the construction of your pool deck.
“Constructing Premium Quality Pools Since 1983”
They are available in a very large assortment of colors, patterns, shapes, styles. Below we have added a portals to Tri-Circle Pavers, Stabil, PebbleTec, National Pool Tile, and LuvTile websites. If you do not or cannot view iframes the direct links are provided. These are the suppliers we use to order the Pavers, Waterline Tile, Coping, etc.
One of the major decision you will have to make is if you would like a Concrete deck or Pavers. Both are durable, relatively affordable, and look beautiful when done right. But which is right for your home? Well only you can decide, but Premier Pools will be sure you have all the information you need to make the most informed choice.
Flo-crete Premier pools uses a high quality concrete material called Flo-Crete© The pool deck in the picture here is a Flo-Crete© concrete deck. The lines cut into the deck on the corners are called “Expansion Joints” and are there to mitigate cracking. But Flo-Crete decks are not limited to just a plain surface. Flo-crete can be stained in just about any color and design pattern, that can look very similar to tile.
Pros Extremely versatile, less expensive than pavers, looks really nice when done correctly. Does not stain. Cons More slick when wet. The surface can be scratched and in time may require re- staining or resurfacing.