We worked on a remodeling project recently which is too good not to share. The job location was Scottsdale, Arizona, and the primary material for the pool deck and patio was ‘Boulevard Lights’ limestone.
The Imagine Architectural Concrete team carefully & professionally installed these beautiful silver travertine pavers around this Phoenix homeowner’s swimming pool and on their back patio. (more…)
The Imagine team recently completed a project at a residence in the Biltmore golf course area, Phoenix Arizona.
Located near the grandeur of the Phoenix mountain preserve, the Biltmore golf course is situated right in the heart of Phoenix. Owners of residences in this area have been contending with the high water table, and the resultant backyard flooding, for many years.
The key to enjoying your beautiful pool deck for many years to come is simple ongoing maintenance. Here are some top tips on what you can do to increase the life-span of your pool deck.
Our team recently worked on a project in North Scottsdale. The project brief was to switch out the old stamped concrete patio with more modern limestone pavers for a really clean look. Our client selected Boulevard Light for their pavers to perfectly compliment the rest of their back yard and their home’s architecture.
When homeowners are designing their new pool or contemplating an upgrade to an existing pool deck it is essential to consider ways to keep the surface of the pool decking at a low and comfortable temperature. Walking on a paved pool deck on a hot day can feel like walking on hot coals, especially if the surface is made from a dark dense material that soaks up the sun’s energy and holds high temperatures all day long. The surface temperature of your future pool deck is an especially important factor to consider when designing a pool deck in states like Arizona and Texas, where temperatures soar in the summer months when you want to be in your pool every day relaxing on your comfortable pool deck. (more…)