Whether for a commercial, municipal or private residential swimming pool, Northern Cobblestone recommend Pattern Imprinted Concrete (PIC) as an ideal solution for your pool deck and walking areas.

PIC pool decks offer the following benefits:

  • Weed Free - With no gaps to allow weeds to get a foothold, PIC is ideal for outdoor pools. No need to be spraying weedkiller close to the water in your pool.
  • Low Maintenance - As above, a swimming pool should be a place of leisure and relaxation, not chores! Perfect for commercial applications as it means lower ongoing overheads.
  • Wealth of Choice - With an endless combination of colours, styles and patterns to choose from, your pool can be transformed into the feature that it should be. Additionally, for commercial and municipal swimming pools, colours and patterns can be mixed to indicate safe areas to walk, enter the pool, dive, etc..
  • Added Style - To complete the look, pool decks can be fitted with LED lighting, handrails and any other required features.

Anti-Slip Pool Decks

An anti-slip material mixed into the concrete, coupled with a raised texture to reduce slipperiness, whilst remaining comfortable underfoot, means PIC provides a safe, slip-resistant deck for sunbathing, barbecuing and most importantly for children and non-swimmers.


For examples of our pattern imprinted concrete Pool Decks, have a look through our Photo Gallery. References from previous customers are also available on our Testimonials page.

You can read more about Northern Cobblestone on our About Us page.

Pattern Imprinted Concrete

PIC gives long lasting colour, pattern and texture with the added benefit of durability and a virtually maintenance free finish. To see why Northern Cobblestone recommend PIC, take a look at our Alternative to Block Paving and Indian Stone page.

Our pattern imprinted concrete Pool Decks are supplied in a wealth of Colours, patterns and styles all of which can be mixed and matched to create a totally unique solution for your property or business premises.

For more information on the process, take a look at our What is Pattern Imprinted Concrete? page.

From Start to Finish

With over 30 years experience in the field, Northern Cobblestone also offer a full landscaping, drainage and clearance service to help make your vision a reality. Tell us what you're hoping for and deal with just one company from start to finish.


We're fully qualified and experienced landscape gardeners and as part of our paving solutions we can provide turfing, planting, tree pruning and Tree Felling / Removal services.

Alongside our pattern imprinted concrete or as a standalone service, we also supply Artificial Grass, giving you a luxurious low maintenance lawn all year round.

We can also erect garden walls, fencing and decking, reposition or install gates, lay concrete bases for outbuildings and even supply and erect sheds and garages.


If your drainage is in a poor state of repair or will require movement to accommodate your new driveway, patio or path, we can deal with that too.


We can handle the demolition and removal of outbuildings, garages and sheds (including asbestos) and of course the break-up and disposal of any existing driveway, patio or path, etc..

We're registered waste carriers with the Environment Agency and operate in accordance with the Control of Pollution (Amendment) Act 1989 and the Controlled Waste (Regulation of Carriers and Seizure of Vehicles) Regulations 1991.

If there's any other work you're considering as part of your Pool Deck project, please let us know and we'll provide you with a quotation if we can.

Give us a Call

For a free, no-obligation site survey and quotation, please get in touch:

Throughout the Fylde, Wyre and Ribble

Northern Cobblestone are based in Poulton-le-Fylde on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire and are well placed to serve local homes and businesses in Blackpool, Preston and surrounding areas.

St Annes
Knott End-on-Sea
Over Wyre
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