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    Sundek versus generic spray deck

    Yes, you’re probably right. It would be more convenient to let the PB handle everything, but we’re getting too old to do things more than once :rolleyes:!
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    Sundek versus generic spray deck

    Kool Deck is different from Sundek and can only be applied to new concrete. Sundek is an acrylic coating that can be reapplied over existing Sundek. We've had good luck with it, no issues with flaking or peeling, so we're just worried the application the PB wants to use might be inferior. I...
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    Sundek versus generic spray deck

    We are in the final stages of our pool remodel. When our pool was built 13 years ago, we had Sundek installed around the pool. It held up well and only had to have it recolored two years ago. Now with the remodel, I would like to change the color and also build-up an area where water tends to...
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    Help with Pebble Sheen Finish

    The difference is $2,000+/-. I opted for level 1 Pebble sheen (Blue Granite) + Shimmering Seas. Only $800 additional. Another question. We have a SW pool. The spa will be refaced with travertine splitface. I’m not as concerned about erosion, as with calcium deposits on the stone. Our spillway...
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    Travertine help

    We are getting ready to remodel our pool. We have seen Scabos travertine at NPT, Harvest Blend at Noble Tile and Escabesa at Keystone. Are they the same travertine, but with different names?
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    Help with Pebble Sheen Finish

    Can anyone tell me if there is any noticeable difference in the Pebble Sheen finishes that incorporate Shimmering Sea, and those without? I am going between Pebble Sheen Prism Blue and Blue Surf. I am drawn to Prism Blue, but is it worth the extra cost for the additive? I have never been...
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    Will Travertine hold up with SWG

    Thanks. Just looking at some of our flagstone, I can see how the layers would flake over time, saltwater or not. We've looked at some travertine, and can tell that it is a solid, not layered. However, some is more pitted than others, although we've been told that can be filled. Will continue...
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    Hello from Magnolia, TX

    Getting ready to do a complete remodel on our pool, and we welcome experienced advice!
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    Will Travertine hold up with SWG

    Hello. I am new to this group but have been perusing the forum for several days now, since deciding to remodel our pool built in 2008. We currently have SWG and flagstone coping on our pool, fire pit and spa, and a moss rock waterfall. The flagstone has deteriorated badly in several areas and...