Different Types of Pool Coping

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The rolled-edge pool coping is the last type. This is widely used for athletic swimming pools. The rolled-edge coping provides the pool with an edge or a platform the swimmers can grab on to. A smooth, unturned edge is one of the key distinctions between the rolled-edge pool coping and the other types. Nevertheless, the rolled-edge pool coping, especially in athletic swimming pools, is limited to smooth materials only. Granite, marble or poured concrete are the typical materials used for rolled-edge pool coping.

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The rolled-edge pool coping is the last type. This is widely used for athletic swimming pools. The rolled-edge coping provides the pool with an edge or a platform the swimmers can grab on to. A smooth, unturned edge is one of the key distinctions between the rolled-edge pool coping and the other types. Nevertheless, the rolled-edge pool coping, especially in athletic swimming pools, is limited to smooth materials only. Granite, marble or poured concrete are the typical materials used for rolled-edge pool coping.

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Please visit our website, pool coping Another option you may take into consideration is the rough-cut coping. Made of rough stone, the rough-cut pool coping is the perfect choice if you intend to place a rough edge on your pool. The rough-cut option paves the way for a classic and classy look for your pool. Coined from a description of its visual appeal, the rough-cut pool coping is also known as country or cobble coping.

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