We understand that putting in a pool leads to countless decisions. What coping tile should you use? Is natural stone or something man-made best? Is fibreglass or concrete is best for you?
The process can be stressful, but we’re here to help. We guide thousands of customers every year. So, if you have any questions about travertine and your pool coping tiles, such as what coping tile is best for your pool and budget, don’t hesitate to call us.

Every pool has differing coping tile requirements, based on the pool design.

As a general rule, when it comes to travertine pool coping we advise the below:
– Concrete Pool – Rebated, Bullnose or Tumbled Coping
– Fibreglass Pool – Dependant on how curved the corners are, Rebated, Bullnose or Tumbled Coping are all options.
– Curved Pool, for example, a kidney shape pool or roman ends – Bullnoses or Tumbled Coping cut to the shape of the pool, or rebated coping made to suit to the pool design.

Do you have a curved pool?

The best option would be having coping tiles cut to the shape and bullnosed or tumbled onsite, or having rebated coping tiles made to a template of your pool.
You generally wouldn’t achieve the best result from the standard pre-made rebated coping tiles on a kidney shape pool, as they’d need to be cut to shape, causing a medium-high level of wastage.