If you’ve had a swimming pool built but don’t have coping for it, it will look unfinished. Coping for swimming pools can add a decorative touch to the overall design, as well as provide an extra layer of safety thanks to smooth edges. Coping can also be optioned with a non-slip feature to further enhance the safety it provides. Coping comes in many styles and designs depending on how you want your pool to look. RMG provides a variety of coping designs and our staff will work with you to help you find the perfect one.
RMG specialises in cutting and customising swimming pool coping tiles and stones across Melbourne and Victoria.
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Different Type of Coping for Swimming pools
Poured concrete coping provides a clean and minimalist appearance to the edge of your pool. It is a good option if you want a seamless look compared to paver-based concrete. Custom-poured concrete is expensive compared to precast, but this is a necessity for custom shapes. We offer a variety of finish, size and coping styles for poured concrete to suit your individual needs.
Precast concrete is a sturdy pool coping material that requires little maintenance. It comes in several finishes and sizes and can be replaced in small units as needed. It’s perhaps the most affordable pool coping material and is much easier to install compared to poured concrete and natural stone coping. Since contractors don’t have to spend as much time installing this type of coping, you stand to save a significant amount of money. An added advantage of precast concrete is that it is water resistant and salt friendly.
If you want to add a bit of natural flair to your pool then consider opting for a natural stone coping to your pool. Flagstone, limestone and other kinds of natural stone have a textured look that is difficult to replicate with engineered finishes. Natural stone is definitely a costly coping option and requires professional installation. But it makes up for that in being highly durable with very little maintenance requirements.
A pool without coping is like a car without doors: looks unsettling and just plain unsafe. We highly recommend anyone with a pool to look into the different coping options available. There is something for everyone when it comes to budget and design.
Choose any of our coping options and you’ll have a beautiful, functional pool that is safe to be around.