Pool Paving

If you are installing a pool or renovating a pool area MD Brick knows you will be looking for pavers that not only look and feel great, but are also salt resistant, safe and practical.

You do have options when it comes to paving around a pool, however there is a lot of important information you should consider. Various materials such as clay, concrete and natural stone are all suitable for your pool areas.

The most important factor to consider when laying pavers around a pool are slip resistance and also resistance to salt attack.

Each individual type of natural stone and concrete paver will have different durability, strengths and resistance values. It is important you consult with your landscaper or the CMAA website before purchasing your pool pavers to make sure you understand the many different variants pavers carry, especially around salt and chlorinated pools.

Some natural stone pavers, such as sandstone and light coloured limestone’s are very porous and prone to salt attack if not sealed properly before and after installation. Some concrete pavers which are not heavily compacted are also not suitable for pool areas as they will also be attacked by salt and chlorine.

Choose from square, rectangle and irregular shapes with various laying patterns to suit your area. The options are varied, allowing you to create a pool area that will withstand wear and tear and the test of time.