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Travertine Pool Decks

August 28, 2017

With September on our heels, and hopefully cooler temperatures in our future.. it is the perfect time to start thinking about preparing for fall with proper paver maintenance. Mother Nature can be cruel. Luckily, by choosing Jr Pavers for your hardscape projects, you can take measures to increase resistance against weathering. Jr Pavers offers a variety of top quality pavers from different select manufacturers, from Concrete, to Clay to Shelllstone because they require very little maintenance and hold up to stressful weather extremes. Thanks to a high-quality manufacturing processes that ensure color fastness and weather resistance. Still, seasonal hardscape maintenance is encouraged to preserve the beauty and integrity of your paver installation. Here are a few paver care tips: General maintenance • Some weeds, if left unaddressed, can shift pavers apart over time. Be sure to blow or sweep them off regularly, to keep weeds from taking sprout between your joints. You can even apply a granular weed preventative between joints as a part of your paver maintenance routine. • You can purchase play sand from your local hardware store and top off your joints by just sweeping it over the cracks. • Be careful when cleaning your pavers with power washers as they can expose the aggregate on the paver’s surface (Shellstone Pavers) and blow the sand out of your join

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June 14, 2016

Our design team is eager to assist you in choosing a paver design and materials to compliment your home, wants and needs. With lots of options to choose from, it’s best to get started today!

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March 16, 2016

Travertine is one of the most popular materials for building luxury pool decks. This material’s reputation for being hard-wearing yet beautiful has been known since ancient times. Today, the material is in as much demand as ever, especially with this material’s porous nature and tendency to remain cool to the touch. Because travertine typically absorbs water instantly, decks made of it are virtually slip-free. Ordinarily mined from quarries in Turkey, Italy, Iran, Mexico, and the USA, travertine usually comes in ivory, light brown, brown and gold. Rich and luxurious in look and feel, my clients will generally choose this material for artistic settings or increase the luxurious look and feel of their homes. Travertine is commonly found in one of three finishes: tumbled (textured and porous), honed (smooth and matte), and polished (smooth and shiny).

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