Pool patios of the past were simple poured concrete slabs. Thanks to the creativity of landscape designers like Landworx, this has dramatically evolved. The Hudson Valley residential landscape consists of beautiful pool surrounds built from bluestone, concrete pavers, travertine, and Ipe decking. The use of concrete in the Northeast can present issues such as cracking and heaving, the results of which are difficult to repair. Segmental paving is the perfect material choice for your Hudson Valley pool patio.
Quality interlocking concrete pavers come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors. The system allows for a flexible surface that withstands the freeze/thaw aspect of the Hudson Valley winters.
Traditional bluestone makes for a truly classic poolside oasis. While attention must be paid to the material’s susceptibility to heat up in the summer sun, there are few choices that can offer a more native solution to our Hudson Valley area.
Today, many homeowners are leaning towards more contemporary design styles. Clean lines, rectangular accents, and sleek finishes. Ipe is a Brazilian hardwood gaining popularity for its durability and rich look. Ipe offers a beautiful design contrast when used adjacent to concrete pavers and bluestone.
Travertine offers a unique, earthy color palate often working nicely with its surrounding. The durability and hardness of travertine pavers offer great reliability and great looks. Often paired with a matching travertine bullnose coping resulting in a sleek, clean design.