Patio/Deck Construction

Kool Deck Mortex is the manufacturer

1. Keystone Kool Deck® concrete topping was invented by Mortex in 1962. It is a beautiful surface for swimming pool decks, and once applied it generates a colored, textured cement surface that is as strong as the base concrete. Settle for nothing less than the very best.

Significantly lowers the surface temperature of concrete. Withstands thermal expansion and contraction better than concrete. Proprietary mixture of natural substances and synthetic iron oxide pigments. Environmentally safe. Scrub with soap and water to keep the surface looking great.

2. Kool Deck® Elite is the newest addition to the concrete topping line from Mortex. This elite product shares all the benefits you have come to expect from the genuine Kool Deck surface, like significantly lowering the surface temperature of concrete and being environmentally safe, but with an enhanced formula and the ease of a pre-mixed package that is bucket mixable.

The Ultimate Cover Up for plain, old or
unsightly concrete, SPRAY-DECK and TEXTURE-CRETE are decorative concrete overlay systems designed to transform ordinary concrete into bold and exciting textured surfaces. Available in a wide array of colors and patterns, SPRAY-DECK and TEXTURE-CRETE are ideal for a host of residential and commercial applications from driveways, sidewalks, and walkways, to patios, entryways and pool decks, or wherever a beautiful and highly durable surface is desired.

Stamped concrete, commonly referred to as patterned concrete or imprinted concrete, is concrete that is designed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile and even wood. In this section you will see how stamped concrete can be used to beautify pool decks, driveways, entries, courtyards, and patios.



Building a new pool patio or remodeling an existing one is an exciting process that requires a lot of decision making by the homeowner with concern to the aforementioned issues as well as color and shape of the brick pavers. B&M Pools will assist you and provide design guidance throughout the entire process to ensure you get the look you want.