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-Steve & Donna Lewkowicz, Somers, 2011

Paver Pool Patio

describe the imageOnce the decision is made to put in a pool, you then have a choice of which paving surface to surround it with. Interlocking concrete pavers have been one of the top choices for pool surrounds for years.

The design flexibility and practical functionality of pavers make them ideal for pool patios. There are a large variety of designs, patterns, colors and textures that can be used and combined for a custom look that matches your style.

Interlocking concrete pavers are manufactured with a non-skid surface that is so necessary for safety.

They also have the ability to give you access to the underground piping at any time – remove the pavers, dig down to make the necessary repairs, fill the trench and relay the pavers for a seamless finish.

Like a back patio, you should consider the functional use of the area with furniture, sun, shade and use of space.


Polymeric Sand… or poly sand as we sometimes call it, is a joint sand that has a stabilizing polymer mixed in that prevents it from migrating or escaping the joints of an interlocking concrete paved surface. It is the biggest contributor to a low-maintenance stone installation because of its ability to harden up and prevent weed seeds from germinating and taking root. This feature added to a pool patio helps to keep sand off the bottom of your feet and out of the pool.

Pool Patio Photos

A sample of custom designed paver Pool Patios installed by Bahler Brothers in the past 26 years. Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image.

Things to consider when planning a pool patio:

  • How many people will be using the space at any one time?
  • Do you entertain on a regular basis?
  • Do you want separate areas for eating, visiting and sunbathing?
  • Do you have furniture already? Chaise lounges or chairs? How big are they?
  • How does traffic flow from the house to the yard? Through the pool area?
  • Where is the fence going to be placed?
  • Does the patio need to connect to other areas of the property with walkways, steps or paths?

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