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Pool Coping

Pool Coping

Pool Coping adds the perfect finishing touch to your pool and a dash of style to your poolside backdrop. The right Pool Copings not only enhance the aesthetics of the pool but also provide a safe edge to its periphery. They can be used as a shield around your pool, providing a secure footing for swimmers and suppressing any safety concerns.

Our meticulously crafted modern Pool Copings are sourced from reputable suppliers, ensuring excellent durability and longevity. Whether you prefer the classic look of Travertine or the dense expression of Granite, our swimming Pool Copings come in a wide selection of materials and colours to suit every design preference.

Our Pool Copings come in two impeccable styles: Bullnose and Drop Edge. Drop Edge pool coping forms a 90-degree vertical drop, giving a sharp, sleek look. Bullnose pool copings on the other hand have curved edges which give your pool area a softer look and enhanced safety.

Our Pool Coping collection comes in many natural stone options such as Travertine, Limestone, Marble, Bluestone, Granite and Sandstone to help you create a pool that reflects your true style and blends with the surrounding landscape.

Whether you're looking to spruce up your outdoor living area, create a feature wall or floor, or simply add a unique touch to your project, we have a stone to suit every space. At Stone Centre, we offer Australia's largest selection of premium natural stones, with delivery across the country. We offer customisation with most of our product range and are committed to providing innovative solutions tailored as per your project needs. Connect today and let us help you find the perfect stone for you!

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Other: Perth, Geraldton, Albany, Bunbury, Adelaide, Gawler, Darwin


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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is pool coping?

The edge that surrounds the pool’s rim is known as the coping. It caps on the edges of the pool. In other words, pool copings are the adequate-grip protective cap on the pool edge or shell wall. Swimmers should have no trouble entering and exiting the pool thanks to the superb grip that pool coping stones should provide.

2. Which is the most popular natural stone pool coping?

There is no list of popular or unpopular pool coping. Travertine, Limestone, Sandstone, and Bluestone are the most popular natural stone for pool surrounds and complementary pool copings.

3. What is bullnose coping?

Bullnose coping or bullnose pool coping is coping with a rounded edge finish. It offers safety benefits and offers you a smoother look at your pool.

4. What is dropedge or dropface coping?

In dropface or dropedge pool coping, the edge drops over into the pool at a right angle. Dropedge copings give your pool a sleek and modern look.

5. What are the best-suited pool copings for saltwater?

Natural stone options for pool coping around saltwater pools include granite, limestone, sandstone, bluestone, travertine, and limestone. The easiest way to preserve and minimise the damage is by sealing them before installation. Resealing them once in 2-3 years is also recommended.

6. Do pools need coping?

A pool coping’s function is to provide a path for the water that pours out of the pool and into the drainage system. Pool coping aids in preventing chlorine-filled water from spilling out behind the pool shell and harming the shell’s substructure.

7. What are the benefits of pool coping?

There are two main benefits of pool coping. The first is it completes the look of your pool. It adds a finishing touch to your pool’s appearance. Second, pool coping helps to stop the chlorine-filled water from splashing out behind the shell and damaging the stone underneath.

8. Can I use a 12 mm or 15 mm thick tile as a Pool Coping?

We do not advise utilising a 12 mm or 15 mm thick tile as the pool coping. These could occasionally crack or have pieces chip off at the corners. For pool coping, a minimum thickness of 30 mm is advised.

9. Do we need to seal the pool coping?

Pool coping is most exposed to chlorine water and bears the maximum footfall. Sealing the pool copings and resealing them once a year is highly recommended to maintain them.

10. How many coats of sealant would be required on a pool coping?

At the time of installation, we recommend putting at least 2 coats of sealant on the pool coping.

11. Can you add coping to an existing pool?

Yes, pool copings can be added to an existing pool. They not only add a luxurious look to your swimming pool area but also provide a safe and durable surface for the swimmers. Our pool copings are available in Bullnose and Drop Edge styles.

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