StoneDeks System Applications

Porcelain Paver Pool Deck

Paver Pool Decks

Create Unique Pool Decks With Stone And Pavers

Swim in style and luxury with a stone pool deck! Our system makes it easy to install stone or pavers on any deck, whether existing or starting from scratch!

Wooden decks have always been essential in above-ground pool projects, providing a comfortable spot to sunbathe or take a break from swimming. However, one issue remains – wood decking is hard to maintain.

When selecting the material for your pool deck, it is essential to find one that is durable and resistant to moisture and other weather elements. Hardscape materials like stone are low maintenance and maintain their beauty over time, so they’re ideal for pool areas.They also offer excellent surface traction, which means they’re not slippery when wet.

With StoneDeks, opting for an above-ground pool with a deck made of stone is now possible. You can even build stairs with our system as well. The stone or pavers will add a touch of class and elegance to your stone pool deck and reduce the need for upkeep. 

You can also use the StoneDeks system to install synthetic turf around a pool. Artificial turf is an excellent alternative to natural grass for pool areas because it requires minimal maintenance and looks great all year. 

Discover StoneDeks Paver Pool Decks

Revolutionize your poolside experience with StoneDeks. We’re the premier choice for stunning, durable paver pool decks. Engineered to withstand the rigors of pool environments, our innovative paver systems offer unmatched beauty and performance. With a palette of vibrant colors and customizable designs, transform your boring deck into a luxurious stone pool patio that better reflects your style.

At StoneDeks, we blend industry-leading technology with the warmth and charm of natural stone to create an eco-friendly and low-maintenance solution. Resistant to mold and mildew, never worry about pool chemicals or weather conditions tarnishing your paver pool deck. The way our pavers sit together ensures that your stone pool deck stays as beautiful as the day you first installed it.

The Benefits Of A Pool Deck With StoneDeks

A stone deck provides everything you need for a luxurious outdoor pool area. The unique colors, textures, and patterns of natural stone and pavers can be used to create custom, eye-catching designs. 

But the benefits are not limited to just a beautiful and luxurious aesthetic. You also get peace of mind knowing that your outdoor space is virtually maintenance-free and will last for many years to come. 

  • Hardscape materials like stone pool decks are highly resistant to water damage, rot, and insects.
  • Pavers and stone surfaces provide great footing, even when wet.
  • Installation is easy and cost-effective with our innovative system.
  • Stone decks are splinter-free and safe. 
  • Use synthetic turf, travertine, flagstone, pavers, natural stone, and more.

Now you can create a unique and luxurious pool deck with stone, pavers, porcelain, synthetic turf, and more. Start using the StoneDeks System today and see what a difference it can make in your outdoor living space.


The StoneDeks System is a very versatile system that can be used in a variety of applications, and that doesn’t end with existing decks! If you are just looking to renovate your current deck and bring new life to it by transforming it into a stone deck, then StoneDeks is still the right choice for you. Since an existing deck wouldn’t have been measured and built to account for the thickness of SilcaGrate, the installation is a little bit different but still just as simple. We have very useful training courses and materials on the website that can help you in both new and existing deck installations.
The answer to this question can be pretty dependent on exactly what stone or hardscape material you plan to use. In general, a stone deck can be a bit more expensive than wood or composite to install. That being said, the long-term costs are considerably lower since there is little to no maintenance with a stone deck. For example, wood decks are definitely the cheapest option, but have a shorter life span and will require regular maintenance and upkeep every 3 to 5 years, while a stone deck won’t be susceptible to weathering and fading and rot like a wood deck would be so wouldn’t require the same maintenance and upkeep costs.
This would vary depending on a few different factors. First you would want to consider what material you are using. Pavers like concrete tend to get hotter than natural stone or porcelain tiles, which tend to maintain cooler surface temperatures. You would also want to consider the color of your pavers. Black tends to absorb the most light and therefore would hold the most heat. The darker the paver, the hotter the surface. Finally, you could always choose to put up a nice shade system to help maintain the temperature of your deck.
This again will be dependent on what hardscape material you choose to use. Keep in mind that hardscape is regularly use around pool areas and for decks around pools so the manufacturers of the used hardscapes have to keep this very thing in mind. When choosing what type of paver you are going to use, be sure to research the slip resistance properties of the material and refer to the manufacturers specifications.
We have a very convenient and easy to use dealer and contractor locator on the website that allows you to search your location for the nearest contractor to you. We have dealers and contractors all over the U.S. and only continue to expand. If you are having trouble finding someone in your area, feel free to contact us or have your contractor contact us so we can help in getting you everything you need.
While the primary purpose of the StoneDeks system is for the installation of hardscape on decks, it can be used with Astroturf as well. We have had people use this around pool decks and the results look amazing. It is suggested that a good sturdy geotextile or our SilcaMat is placed underneath the Astroturf to give the turf a more sturdy backing and prevent a chair leg going through the turf and the open grates.
Drill or impact driver, Circular or reciprocating saw, Goggles, Measuring tape, Hammer. Visit our How It Works page for recommendations and tips on installing Silca Grate™