Waterline Tile and Pool Coping Options

There are many steps in designing a good pool including decisions on the size, shape and water features to add. The most important and overlooked aspects are waterline tile and pool coping options.

Waterline Tile and Pool Coping Options

Other than the aesthetic appeal that the waterline tile adds to your pool, it also keeps it in excellent shape. Waterline tile prevents mineral buildup from forming around the perimeter of your pool. Besides, the waterline tile makes your pool aesthetically pleasing by preventing leaves and other debris from creating a line covered with scum at the waterline of the pool.

Pool coping is also vital in enhancing the beauty of your pool and makes it look inviting for swimmers.  Also, the decorative edge around your pool protects the wall of the pool and is necessary for the operation and safety of the pool.

Pool coping is important in different ways because it improves:

  • Functionality

Pool coping is essential in protecting the wall of the pool, improves safety, and directs the flow of water towards deck drains. Also, it minimizes the chance that debris will get into the pool.

  • Aesthetics

Pool coping enhances the appearance of your pool because it completes the visual design of the pool. Also, it promotes the pool’s usability by making the edge of the pool, inviting and comfortable.

There are different coping options that you can explore as part of the design of your pool, landscape, and deck. Pool coping can be made of cement, composite, wood, tile, and brick.

When choosing the materials and style for your pool coping, you need to consider the overall landscape of the pool, comfort, and safety, as well as whether you want an overhang or a lip at the edge of the pool.

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