top of page

What do different pool patio types cost?


1: PAVER PATIOS: I am partial to paver patios for the same reason I favor fiberglass pools. Paver Patios are flexible. By that I mean they wont crack like concrete. If there is settling under the pavers that can be removed the base re levelled and the pavers reset with no evidence of a repair. They also look amazing and take an average pool project to a whole different level. The downside is the cost and length of time to complete a paver patio. A basic holland paver costs around $24.00 per square foot while other paver options can range over $60.00 per square foot. So you can see that pavers are not your run of the pool decking and these pool decks typically cost more than the actual pool itself.

2: STAMPED CONCRETE: Stamped concrete is the mid range for cost of pool deck options.

Stamped Concrete ranges in cost from $20.00 per square foot to upwards of $26.00 per square foot depending on difficulty of the pour , amount of concrete and pattern selected. A concrete guy once told me this, there are 2 truths about concrete it gets hard and it will crack.

Cracks are hard to fix in concrete, especially with stamped concrete.

3: BROOM FINISHED CONCRETE: The most popular concrete finish of all time. 90% of all our pool decks are broom finished concrete. At a cost of around $6.50 per square foot it is very economical. Going with broom finished concrete as a pool deck is a great idea for saving money. This savings can then be added back into landscaping and lighitng to further accentuate your project.

243 views0 comments


Green Bay, WI 

Independent Installer Badge-02.png
  • This website contains an abundance of information that has been created over the last decade or more. Some of the content on this site may reflect prices, perspectives, processes, entities, and names that were relevant at the time but may not be as relevant today. Consumers should consult a Pool Pros associate for the most accurate and updated information based on the unique conditions of their property. Consumers should verify specifications with the installing Pool Pros rather than relying on the information on this website, which is not intended to be a final specification.

  • facebook
  • youtube
  • pinterest
  • twitter
  • instagram
bottom of page