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    deteriorated deck concrete problem

    Hello, Iam new to the web page. I hope Iam posting this question in the right area. Hopefully someone will tell me if I need to move this to another spot.

    My wife and I purchased this 30 year old home recently and it came with the pool. The pool was nice this summer, however, it does need a new liner.

    I've got a section about 5-6 feet long where the concrete along the deck and side has deteriorated. Looks like the previous owner has tried to fix in the past. I have included a picture of this for all to see. I've not fooled with it and it is as it was found.

    What if anything can I do to fix or repair this? I live in Northern West Virginia, and there is always freezing and thawing . I considered just getting a bag of concrete and filling it in, but maybe there is something better to do. Anyone have a response?????

    If more information is needed please ask.
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    Re: deteriorated deck concrete problem

    Welcome to the forum.

    The only cure would be to change the slope so that water doesn't sit there and freeze. That doesn't look very easy to do, but from the picture, it is hard to tell.
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    Re: deteriorated deck concrete problem

    Thank you for the reply. Changing the slope would be next to impossible.

    Is there something I could put into fill that gap?

    Would more pictures help??

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    Re: deteriorated deck concrete problem

    I think that coping is gonna' have to be repaired.

    If you are not a skilled DIY person, you might consider a pro to make that repair for you.
    Dave S.
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