|First, wire mesh is laid over a layer of sand. Notice the rebar that extends from the edge of the pool. It is tied to the pool, and embedded in the pool, then tied to the wire mesh. Supposedly, this will prevent the deck from separating from the edge of the pool. I've seen that occur on other pools.||
The shape of the deck is formed with pliable boards.
Note: This is your opportunity to get the shape as you want it. You may want to add and/or delete in some areas when you see the layout.
|The concrete is carefully troweled to a smooth finish.||Deck complete. Next step: SunDek|
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