Residential - Pool Decks

Stamped Concrete solutions that last

Innovative concrete products and methods designed to complement the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape, yet durable enough to withstand the severe freeze thaw climate here in the northeast.

Eco Crete’s architectural decorative concrete solutions offer the design flexibility, durability and versatility you’ve been looking for.

Patterns

Some of Eco Crete's most popular stamped concrete patterns. Should you not see a pattern to your liking please contact us to discuss the many customization options available.

Colors

Nova Crete uses only the finest available coloring products available to insure a quality finish. Should you not see the color necessary for your project contacts us.

Photo Gallery

Stamped Concrete and Decorative Concrete flooring and paving that captures the imagination. Click below to be inspired.

Our Projects
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Pervious Concrete

EPA’s Edison Environmental Center in Edison, , needed a 110-vehicle-capacity parking lot for facility staff and visitors. They choose pervious concrete to minimize the environmental impact. To read more click here: NJExperimental Permeable Pavement Parking Lot and Rain Garden for Stormwater Management Eco Crete experience in this Permeable Pavement will help ensure a successful installation.

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Germonds Pool

Germonds Park in West Nyack, NY 10994 includes 2 Swimming Pools, 1 Diving Pool, a Bathhouse, 151′ Water Slide, Lighted Ballfields, Picnic Areas, Basketball Courts and a Playground. When renovating this great park Eco Crete was solicited to ensure a quality installation of the concrete pool deck.

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New Roc City

New Roc City, also known as New Rochelle Center, is an entertainment, retail and residential complex in the Downtown section of the city of New Rochelle in Westchester County, New York. Eco Crete was called upon to give them a great looking and lasting exterior walking surface that would complement their great complex.  

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