Pool Coping

The choice of coping can greatly enhance or detract from the look of your project and can increase the safety and comfort of pool users.

Usage: Pool coping is available in various profiles

Design Features

Why Pool Coping is Important

The coping overhangs the pool slightly to assist in reducing the amount of water that splashes from the pool, saving you water and money over time. The pool coping will cover and protect the bond beam that prevents water from getting in behind the pool shell, maintaining the integrity of the pool’s structure.

Aesthetically, pool coping connects the pool to the surrounding outdoor space and the adjoining tiled or paved areas.


Bullnose Profile Pool Coping

The edge is fully rounded on the edge of the stone for a more traditional or heritage look.

Pencil Round Profile Pool Coping

The edge finish looks square from the front, has a rounded edge on the top and bottom, providing a more contemporary aesthetic.

Dropdown Edge Pool Coping

A solid piece of stone between 50mm to 75mm gives a strong architectural look to the popular modern rectangular-shaped pool.


    Sizes above are in mm.
    Customised sizes available on request.


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