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Types of Pool Coping

Types of Pool Coping

What is pool coping? You’ve decided to build a beautiful new backyard pool! You have the place, size, and shape decided, and maybe even some thoughts on what type of pool deck materials you’d like used. But have you thought about the types of pool coping you want? Do you even know what it is? What Is Pool Coping Pool coping is technically part of the pool deck. The edging or border around the pool provides a perimeter, creating a protective cap and decorative edge. In addition to finishing off the look of your pool, it also has some functionality. This establishes a barrier between the pool itself and the deck. This coping prevents water from leaking into the ground while improving the pool’s overall look. Why Do You Need It? On top of making the pool’s finished edge, pool coping comes in non-slip materials for safety purposes. This material

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Voted Best of 2024

Voted Best of 2024

What’s Up Magazine readers have chosen Cypress Glen Outdoor as the best Paver Patio and Custom Deck company in Central Maryland! It’s not just a victory for Cypress Glen Outdoor; it’s a testament to their unparalleled craftsmanship and dedication to exceeding expectations. For Cypress Glen Outdoor, this recognition isn’t merely a badge of honor; it’s a reaffirmation of their unwavering commitment to excellence. Every brick laid, every plank meticulously placed, reflects their passion for creating spectacular outdoor spaces. Elevating landscapes into works of art. With meticulous attention to detail and a keen eye for design, Cypress Glen transforms visions into realities. Cypress Glen Outdoor owes its success not only to it’s skilled artisans but also to the unwavering support of the community. Each satisfied customer is a testament to their dedication, spreading the word of their exceptional service and superior quality. To the readers of What’s Up Magazine, Cypress Glen

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Pavers Vs. Concrete

Pavers Vs. Concrete

When considering the difference between pavers vs. concrete, your home’s curb appeal is dramatically affected by the first impression of your driveway and walkways. Making an informed decision can help you increase your home’s value and maintain your budget. We like to help our clients explore all options to optimize curb appeal, durability, and cost. With over 30 years of serving the greater Annapolis area, our father-and-son duo treats all our customers like family. We are here to help you make the best choice for your family. Resale Value The timeless value of pavers and concrete is an easy way to benefit from the beauty of a sensible investment in your home’s value. From wall systems with intricate patterns to steps and fire pits, we make your outdoor living spaces look fresh with clean designs by our experienced staff. Pavers offer an upscale look that can help complement a façade

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Custom Deck and Patio in Bowie Maryland

Custom Deck and Patio in Bowie Maryland

When our clients in Bowie, Maryland, contacted us about designing and building a custom deck and patio at their home, they let us know that they wanted something special. We sat down with our homeowners and designed their dream space for the backyard. It’s a place where they can relax or entertain. But most of all, it’s built to custom specifications and is unique to their home! We’ve added all the custom touches to this project. From the beautiful customer paver patio underneath the main deck to the gazebo accent… sit with your favorite book and enjoy the sunshine! Notice the private, smaller deck off the kitchen, with a pergola over the top to enjoy your morning coffee while you listen to the birds. Open your sliding glass doors and see the beautiful sitting wall. Because we use Cambridge pavers and Fiberon decking, you know you’ll enjoy your outdoor living

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Custom Deck in Upper Marlboro

Custom Deck in Upper Marlboro

We recently built this custom deck and patio in one of our favorite neighborhoods in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. We set out to build a beautiful outdoor living space. We designed it with the help and input of our clients, and we were all delighted with how it turned out. This twenty-one-foot deck across the back of the home has a paver patio underneath on the ground floor and a dark, rich Synergy wood ceiling overhead. It’s built with Architectural LVL beams, enabling us to use all the space under the deck without using columns. Installing a Trex Rain Escape Deck Drain allows for a dry deck to maximize the time you have to be outdoors enjoying the space. These little touches can make a big difference when it comes to your enjoyment of your patio and deck. You’ll notice that the deck is fully accessible, with an ADA ramp leading

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