When coping is damaged, water can get in and seep under other parts of the coping. Over the winter you run the risk of having the water beneath the coping freeze. Water expands when frozen, and this can loosen other parts of the coping and/or cause erosion under the deck. In addition, cracked or loose coping can be hazardous for swimmers.
It is difficult to pull up and reset coping stones because many break when coming up or when cleaning up the undersides. For this reason, many projects with several, but not all bad stones, will have to be fully replaced.
Whether you are seeking a new look for the border of your pool or you have loose coping that may be unsafe and threatens the integrity of your tile, we can offer recommendations that, depending on each situation, can improve the look and longevity of your pool. Give us a call to discuss your coping options with one of our specialists.
There are 4 main reasons to replace your pool coping :
There are 4 main reasons to replace your pool tile :
We make sure that we use the best fill dirt available, handle all of the debris and clean up when we are done each day. We handle every detail of the project including the building permit and the necessary inspections.
Old concrete coping is sent to a recycling facility that crushes the material into a reusable base rock for new construction. The tiles that are removed are sent to the landfill along with any other construction debris from the project.
Getting rid of old broken, falling off tiles or coping and replacing them with a newer version or an entirely different color will not only protest the integrity of your pool but will enhance the overall look.