Once you’ve had your Atlantic Beach FL pool for a few years, you may notice that the pool deck begins to look worn and tired.
If your pool deck is bare concrete, stains, constant water and the weather elements can damage and age the surface, making it look worn out.
If there are cracks, water will soak through them and create further damage to your concrete, if not your entire pool system.
In most cases these are just cosmetic imperfections which can easily be resolved with an affordable pool deck resurfacing.
At Floor Grip Medic LLC we have the right solution for your Atlantic Beach FL pool deck.
Our epoxy pool deck applications are one of the thickest in the industry, ranging between 10 and 40 mils! We use a liquid polyurethane rubber like coating, the highest quality epoxy on the market. This concrete coating is proven to be durable, long-lasting and easy to maintain.
It penetrates into your pool deck creating a solid bond.
Combined with our extensive pool deck preparation, our deck coating is guaranteed to never peel or delaminate.
It comes in a variety of solid color or flake finish to match with your exterior. Our pool deck coatings are ideal for Atlantic Beach FL residential homes or commercial properties such as hotels, resorts, aquaparks and sports centers.
Swimming pools provide the ultimate entertainment space and can have a huge impact on a property’s appeal. With all the benefits that come with epoxy floor coatings, investing in resurfacing your pool deck will save you money, make it look new again and improve safety for you and your family.
Improves the deck
Our epoxy coatings never harden or become brittle. Instead they maintain their flexibility and become stronger with age. As it deeply penetrates the surface, it strengthens any weak concrete or joints, preventing it from detachment. Epoxy also has a high heat resistance which makes it suitable for all types of weather.
A lot of pool decks’ foundations and underlying structural material can be reused as long as its surface is mostly still intact. Resurfacing with an epoxy coating is an affordable solution to avoid replacing your whole pool deck.
Every floor, when exposed to water can become slippery. After years of use, your pool deck can weaken due to water damage and earth movements. It may also lose its anti-slip properties which is dangerous for anyone using the pool. Resurfacing with an epoxy coating (which includes anti-slip) will improve the safety of your deck.
Easy to maintain
Epoxy is non-porous which makes it impossible for water and dirt to get under the surface. It also means no more ugly stains.
This makes epoxy flooring extremely easy to clean and maintain. A stiff bristle brush with some light detergent and a rinse can be enough if done regularly.
Easier on bare feet
Brick, concrete and other materials can quickly soak up the sun’s rays. Epoxy flooring on the other hand is made to resist the absorption of heat. The surface stays cooler to the touch, making it more comfortable to walk across in bare feet.
If your once smooth pool deck has transformed into something undesirable due to the elements it has been exposed to then you need to resurface it and bring it back to life. With our epoxy coatings, your Atlantic Beach FL pool deck will look brand new again and finished in a color of your choice.
Your pool deck works hard under the Florida sun, this is why protecting it against damage, stains and deterioration is critical for the longevity of the surface.
Our most common application for pool decks is liquid polyurethane coating which is either a single solid color or can be combined with vinyl flake chips for a more decorative finish.
We offer 2 different installation options to suit all budgets.
15-year limited warranty
against peeling or delaminating.
3 layered floor system.
2 day process.
25-year limited warranty
against peeling or delaminating.
4 layered floor system.
1-4 day process.
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