The pool deck resurfacing process can vary depending on the design you choose for your pool deck. Here we can at least see the basics that go into resurfacing your pool deck. First, the concrete has to be prepared, which includes repairing. Starting off, all cracks and imperfections must be repaired. This ensures an even and strong new pool deck. After these repairs, the grinding process begins. We can etch, grind, or shot blast to make the surface porous. Next, we pressure wash the concrete to clean it and let it dry completely. At this point, a primer is applied if necessary. The product is then mixed and prepared, and any desired colors are added in. After this, the overlay is applied. This can be done by spraying, troweling, or rolling, depending on the desired look. Next, it’s time to add some texture! Texture can be added by using a hand trowel, stamps, rakes, and other specialty tools. The final step in the process is letting the surface cure. After everything is dry, it is recommended to use a sealer so that your surface can have additional protection, stain resistance, and enhanced strength.