Here’s some photos!That is looking nice.. can you give a pick with the whole view!
The best part of the video “he needs a belt” lol. Thanks for sharing. I can confirm the crew laid the foam over the coping and down the side of the coping, if that makes sense. I couldn’t watch the whole process due to meetings. They did remove the foam. I will call the PB in the morning to ask about the caulk. Is the caulk done on the same day as the decking? Super helpful - thanks so much.
You can see the white foam in the above video.
The foam is scored about 1/2" down so that the top part can be removed and then filled with caulk.
Thanks!My pool came with my house, I wasn't there for the build. I have since replaced my expansion joint (it's a maintenance item), which is why I know a bit about it... I expect there is no hurry. They can't work on the deck for a while, so I'm sure they'll get to it at the appropriate time, ideally before it starts to rain.
Thanks again for your help today! I got a better view to thdThe expansion joint should be about 3/8" and it should completely separate the deck from the coping.
There is usually a foam that is used to create the expansion joint and spoke with my PB. PB confirmed they did lay poly-foam and I can see it now (see photo). Thanks for your help, again.
The top portion of the foam gets removed and then caulk is added on top of the remaining foam strip.
It's hard to tell for sure, but it doesn't look like there is a full expansion joint.