Pebble Stone Decking

Cave Creek, AZ (and surrounding areas)

Pebble stone decks, also known as river rock coatings (often confused with pebble tec) are installed onto concrete surfaces and consist of natural pebbles mined from rivers world wide. With a wide assortment of colors and variations to choose from, creativity is endless. Carefree Stone transforms lackluster concrete surfaces into a beautiful, seamless pebble deck cover where puddles disappear. 

Types of Pebble stone

We install, maintain, repair, and remove pebble stone on concrete surfaces.

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FAQ

Carefree Stone river rock is a unique, porous surfacing material designed for patios, pool decks, walkways, driveways, and all other outdoor areas. It is also used on indoor areas in stores, lobbies, restaurants, banks, and offices. River rock is commonly referred to as pebbletec and, yes, many of our pebble stone choices are the exact stones used for pebbletec surfaces inside pools, but we specialize in surfaces OUTSIDE the pool.

Each individual pebble stone is coated with an “invisible shield” of high-grade bonding epoxy. This epoxy bonds each pebble stone together and bonds all the stones to the sub-surface below to form a solid, locked-in-place surface that adds a layer to the concrete.

No. Carefree Stone river rock is composed entirely of the world’s most beautiful natural stones, pebbles, sea shells, or marble chips. The pebble stones themselves are completely natural, created by Nature itself.

Yes.  Absolutely.

Carefree Stone pebble stone requires maintenance (a thorough pressure-washing as well as a fresh new coat of epoxy) every 2-4 years to maintain durability, preserve its appearance, and enhance the life considerably. This is an important process that will ensure the river rock stays bound to the concrete and holds up for life!

Designed to eliminate puddles, each pebble stone has a thin coating of high-grade epoxy, but there is space between the stones. So, just as water drains through a pebble surface or a sand surface, water drains right through Carefree Stone almost instantly!

Q.Is pebble stone non-skid?

Unlike terrazzo, marble, flagstone, or other surfaces that become a slippery menace when wet, Carefree Stone river rock is porous (usually never any water lying on the surface) and, therefore, people are less likely to slip.

 

Because river rock is porous, it is actually cooler on bare feet than the concrete that we apply it to! Many of our customers are happy they chose river rock for their pool decks, for example.

No.  Our pebble stones are small polished stones. While some options are jagged, most are totally rounded. Either way, these stones are polished and soft and include no sharp, dangerous protrusions.

Yes! Carefree Stone river rock is often installed directly onto cracked and uneven concrete. Not only does this fix your concrete blemishes, but it adds character to your boring concrete slab.

We service Scottsdale, Cave Creek, Sun City, Tempe, Mesa, Fountain Hills, Peoria, and the surrounding cities.

Zip Codes we service are:  Phoenix  85003 85004 85006 85007 85008 85009 Mesa 85201 85202 85203 85204 85205 85206 Scottsdale 85250 85251 85254 85255 85256 85257 Glendale 85301 85302 85303 85304 85305 85306 Chandler 85224 85225 85226 85248 85249 Gilbert 85233 85234 85295 85296 85297 Peoria 85345 85381

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