Although the concept of this surface sounds good, a cheaper alternative to replacing a pool decking as opposed to stone, in reality it just doesn't last that long (two years in my case) before the new surface starts to separate from the concrete it is supposedly adhered to. Now, what they'll tell you is that it's because of unusually bad weather, poor concrete surface underneath, etc. but the reality is it just does not last. And when it comes off, it comes off in large chunks. In the long run, it will cost you much more than you save. Stay away!!!
Posted: 10/11/2010 • Link to this review