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    Existing deck

    Hello,

    Not sure my question is in the right forum but here goes. We are planning to build a pool and not sure what to do with our existing deck. It's a concrete deck and only a year old. One PB suggest to pour over new concrete but that will cover all part of the weep holes. Any other suggestions that we can match the old and new deck? Can we acid washed with no stained (I don't like the look of stained deck) on both?

    What did everyone do when building a pool with an existing deck?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Existing deck

    We were in the same spot. We used an acrylic coating, like kool deck, but a different manufacturer. We're happy with the results: cleans up easier than bare concrete, it really is cooler than concrete and didn't really add any height to the existing deck.
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    Re: Existing deck

    We're doing a spray deck that will be done on top of our new and existing deck to make them match.


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    Re: Existing deck

    Thank you so much. I'll look into this option.

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