With a new coat of sealer this pool deck is going to look great for years to come. It’s wonderful to see one of our favorite pool decks still looking so great after seven years.
I get a lot of questions about the durability of our finish. How long does it last? Here is a pool completed in 2005 we are currently cleaning and resealing. This picture was take before we started cleaning, can’t wait to see it when it is completed.
This pool deck was completed in May of 2008. With a little bit of cleanup, and a new coat of sealer it looks brand new.
Great before and after of a concrete patio transformed into a beautiful backyard paradise. Unlike real tile that can crack or become detached, this tile is as strong as the concrete slab it’s engraved in. And with very little maintenance this homeowner will enjoy their patio for years to come.
Take a look at one of more recent projects. This beautiful flagstone entryway is one of my favorite transformations.
Great before and after shots of one of our latest projects. This patio was engraved in a flagstone pattern, and stained with a deep green slate finish to compliment the look of the house. Now the homeowner will enjoy her new transformed patio for years to come.
Take a look at this new entryway in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Orlando. A flagstone patio like this could cost you up to $15-20 per square foot, not including the demo cost involved with ripping up your existing concrete. With Concrete Designs of Florida you can have the same look for a mere fraction of that price. This homeowner will enjoy her patio for many years to come.