Just make sure there is plenty of room for you to work on the equipment if/when you put up a cover.
I have been slowly ordering my Polywood furniture. I love that it can be left out during the winter without worrying about it getting ruined and their 20-year warranty. So far, I've got two Adirondack chairs and just ordered my first lounge chaise. I say slowly because the best deal I could find was ordering it from Bed, Bath, and Beyond and using their 20% coupons but I have to wait for a new coupon each month
Just don't order all the ones I need . The selection is a bit more limited but worth checking out.Oooh! Thanks for the tip! Didn't know they are at BB&B. I got 2 smaller/shorter adirondacks from there for my shelf so far. I plan on getting 2 larger ones for the patio.
The mountains surrounding the valley here are covered in snow, at least to the north and east. It's beautiful! I was on a high point of the freeway and wished I could stop and take a picture. It's a rarity here so it's even more exciting .Love seeing snow on the mountains! So pretty. Does the snow/weather impact your build?
I don't know about porcelain pavers but I do know interior porcelain tile has a non-skid surface. We love ours. I'm sure if you look at them online you'll find answers. I looked at one that is rated for cold weather and lists safety features. Here is one spec:
"Completely nonporous, they will not stain and require no sealing. They will remain looking as good as the day they were installed! Extremely high slip resistance for all finishes, ensures a safe outdoor floor area wet or dry."
Does the snow/weather impact your build?
If you just try to step directly onto the sun deck, it a big step. It seems like if they use the step in the corner of the sun deck, they would be good though. I haven't really tested them out though. Good thought.Just looked at your pictures. Is your first step into the pool super steep? As I noted in another thread, the coping adds 2-3 inches more in the step down. Something to think about if you have young kids.
I forgot our tile is basically the same. I'm glad you like it, that means you love yours! Good question, we didn't choose a grout color. Figured we would do white to match the plaster but is white a pain to keep clean. What color are you doing? Now I need to go look at a bunch of pool pictures like I haven't already been doing that for months and months.Your tile is beautiful! It's crazy how much it looks like mine. Can't wait to compare. What color grout are you getting?