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Vinyl liner coping question

Posted by nylsor107 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 19, 10 at 20:08

Greetings All! I would appreciate some advice on vinyl liner pool coping. Is it possible and/or advisable to use precast concrete or stone on a vinyl lined pool?

Many thanks,

Roz


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RE: Vinyl liner coping question

Hi Roz, one of the factors contributing to our choice to get a vinyl liner pool was the fact that we could indeed have vinyl with cantilevered coping, which enables you to have concrete, as opposed to the standard coping for vinyl liner pools. Below are some pics.
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Hi Zuggy333-

This is just magnificent! Thank you for responding.

Roz


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RE: Vinyl liner coping question

Pre-cast and stone needs a bed poured around a liner pool. A canterlevered edge such as zuggy's is my favorite concrete deck edge for any pool.

Scott


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Thanks, Scott! I was hoping that you would weigh in on this topic. I have learned so much from reading your posts.

Roz


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I really like the edge on your pool compared to my friend's edging on his vinyl pool. If you don't mind, do you know what that upgrade cost? I also like the fountains.


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