At Imagine Architectural Concrete we love that every project is different. Recently we worked on a backyard and pool deck that used marbella pavers in a really innovative way to create a luxurious backyard design. For many reasons, marbella pavers are becoming a very popular choice for creating a luxurious statement in pool decks and backyard hardscaping, and this project is a great example. (more…)
As the weather starts to warm up you may be sitting outside checking out your pool deck, and noticing the cracks and damage that need attention. It is natural for any pool deck to display wear and tear over the years. Proper and regular maintenance can minimize this but eventually most pool decks require a little more attention and perhaps a new coating.
There are several pool deck coating options and it makes sense to do your research before deciding which one will work for you, your pool deck, and your budget. To help you out we have compiled below a list of three of the most popular pool deck coating options. Whichever you choose, the Imagine Architectural team brings experience, artisan skills and exceptional customer service to make sure that the finished product exceeds your expectations. (more…)
As pool deck installation and resurfacing experts, “Can I paint my pool deck?” is a question we sometimes hear. So today, we thought it might be helpful to try to answer this question, and to provide some of our insight into whether or not you should, in fact, paint your pool deck.
The first thing we should address is that pool deck paint is rarely the solution to pool decking issues. When we talk about resurfacing a deck what we are really talking about is applying a coating or using specific materials, other than paint. Materials such as acrylic, natural stone, or stamped concrete for example. Ultimately, the times when it is truly appropriate to paint a pool deck are very limited.
Our team recently worked on a project in Phoenix, Arizona that would be any concrete contractors dream. The architecture of this designer home centers around the use of concrete to create unique spaces, that are both stylish and functional. For this post we wanted to share with you some of the unique ways that concrete was used to create a truly stylish finish.
The big question for customers in Arizona and the south west of the United States when choosing pool decking is always, what is the surface with the coolest temperatures during the summer?
The Imagine Architectural team works on commercial pool deck projects as well as residential. Commercial projects tend to be larger in scale and are a great opportunity for our team to use a wide variety of installation and maintenance skills, with the goal of delivering the highest quality pool deck finish every time.
When installing or resurfacing a commercial pool deck it is essential to ensure the highest quality of pool deck installation, the perfect concrete pour, and an ongoing maintenance plan to keep the deck looking brand new. Thinking about a commercial maintenance plan from the outset of the project helps to ensure durability and extends the life of the pool deck surface for the client and all their customers.
Exposed aggregate is a decorative treatment of concrete. This type of concrete surface has been around since the 1900s, and is becoming increasingly popular again. Exposed aggregate is both affordable and stylish, making it a fantastic option for home pool decks, walkways, patios, and driveways.
Our team recently completed a pool deck remodel project in Mesa, Arizona. From start to finish this was a very enjoyable project to work on. Our client had a clear vision, and we were able to deliver the perfect team to make the vision a reality. The end result is a phenomenal outdoor entertaining space, with an easily maintained attractive pool deck that adds significant value to this family home.
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.
Recently, the Imagine Architectural Concrete team celebrated completing 20,000 jobs! Yes, you read that right, 20,000 jobs completed to the highest standards over the past 14 years! Imagine is, and always has been, a family owned business, dedicated to customer service and the highest quality materials and workmanship. Pete & Kim Eremija lead the team, ensuring consistent quality and high levels of customer service. As a team, we are proud to consistently deliver a level of superior workmanship and design, that exceeds customer expectations time and time again.
Over the past 20 years we have had the privilege of working on a large number of projects (nearly 20,000!), making our client’s dreams a reality. Every project is different, giving us the opportunity to work with a wide range of materials. Projects include residential and commercial pool decks, patio areas, and creating the ultimate outdoor living spaces. (more…)
The Imagine Concrete AZ team recently worked on a unique Tempe, Arizona pool deck. Our team expertly used concrete and concrete slabs to completely transform the client’s backyard from an out-of-date, worn-out look into a modern oasis.
At Imagine we not only install pool decks, we also love working with concrete. We work on concrete projects for both our commercial and residential customers. As licensed and experienced contractors we apply a great deal of skill to make sure we get the perfect pour and deliver high quality results!
Sun City is a 55+ active adult community located in sunny Arizona. The community began with a vision to create the perfect neighborhood in the southwest designed for relaxed, leisurely living with all the amenities built in. 50 years later the community continues to thrive as a world-class neighborhood for those 55 and over. With eight golf courses and seven recreation centers the community is fully equipped for a vibrant and fulfilling lifestyle.
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…)