Pool Coping
Pool Coping Drop Down
Rebated Square Edge 1/6
Rebaded Square Edge
Rebated Square Edge 1/6
Pool Coping Drop Down 2
Rebated Square Edge 1/6
Pool Coping Drop Down 3
Rebated Square Edge 1/6
Pool Coping Rse
Rebated Square Edge 1/6
Pool Coping Drop Down 4
Rebated Square Edge 1/6
Pool Coping Square Edge
Square Edge 1/4
Pool Coping Square Edge
Square Edge 1/4
Pool Coping Square Edge 1
Square Edge 1/4
Square Edge 1
Square Edge 1/4
Pool Coping Bullnose 1
Rounded Bullnose 1/5
Pool Coping Bullnose
Rounded Bullnose 1/5
Pool Coping Bullnose 2
Rounded Bullnose 1/5
Pool Coping Bullnose 3
Rounded Bullnose 1/5
Pool Coping Bullnose 2
Rounded Bullnose 1/5

Pool Coping Tiles & Pool Pavers

When building a new swimming pool or renovating an existing one, one of the first considerations is what pool coping you’ll need. Pool coping tiles are installed around the edge of the pool, setting the tone for the rest of the paved area and the look of the completed landscape. At Better Exteriors, we can provide pool pavers that meet all your needs and preferences.

Available in a Wide Range of Options

Our pool coping is available in a huge range of natural stone options, textures and profiles. Consideration should be given to the aesthetics of the coping and its ability to be fit for purpose with regards to slip resistance during wet conditions, heat retention from the sun, and durability from pool chemicals, particularly in the case of a salt chlorinated swimming pool (salt safe).

Meets Australian Standards

Some materials tick all the boxes with a consumer, but do not always meet Australian Standards for resistance to salt. These materials can still be treated with a consolidating sealer to assist in this area. This is generally the case for sandstone and some limestone. Our Ardenne limestone is the exception to this rule – it’s popular for its soft grey tones and ability to remain cool underfoot in direct sun due to its low iron content, but it’s also robust enough to be naturally salt resistant.

Main Profiles

The main profiles that pool coping tiles come in include:

  • The traditional 180 degree round bullnose
  • The more contemporary square edge, where the edge is finished as the top surface with a small bevel on both edges
  • The most popular rebated square edge or ‘drop face’ coping, where the face drops down, usually 60 mm to 80 mm, to create a smart, solid look on the pool edges. This hides any mortar or caulking on the underside of the coping.

At Better Exteriors, we can provide a myriad of off-the-shelf stock options or provide tailor made sizing, profiles and finishes that are project specific. These custom orders are done at industry benchmark lead times and pricing.

Choose the Right Pool Pavers & Coping Today

Choosing the right pool pavers for your swimming pool design and landscape is an important decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Our professional staff can help you make the right decision regarding pool coping tiles thanks to our large product range and state-of-the-art showroom. Give us a call today on (03) 9888 5488.

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