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Thread: French curve on cantilever deck

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    Join Date
    Jun 2015
    Eastern Pennsylvania

    French curve on cantilever deck

    Is it an 'old' look? Looking through tile books/pool books, all concrete decking has flat edges. I find that look more appealing, but my PB usually does the french curve.
    15K Gal, IG concrete, variable speed pentair pump.

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    Apr 2015
    Houston, Texas

    Re: French curve on cantilever deck

    Welcome to TFP! Here's the rule. It is very strict, so pay attention!!!! You get what you want! Seriously. If there are such things as 'current' styles, they will change. So during the life of your deck, it will be the 'current' style at some point. When I first started building our pool, I was told not to do step tiles, because they are dated. Then a few weeks ago, I heard it was currently fashionable. LOL!!!! I'm going to look now for your build thread! I'll be curious to see what you get. Take care! Suz.
    Suz~ 2015 pool build. 23K gallons. SWG IG. 35'x18'; 573sf; 104' perim; depth 4'-7'. Bubblers, sheer descents, 7' spa. Jandy; color LEDs; 2HP 2sp pump; 1HP 2sp pump; spa pump; 580 cartridge; 400K BTU; Dolphin M500; PS8; Inline chlorinator; Aqua Pure 1400. Blue Granite Sheen. Travertine deck. TF-100, K-1766, SpeedStir

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