Why Use LuxStone Granite for Pool Coping?

24 October 2022

Your family and friends can join you for a lot of enjoyable time if you have an in-ground pool installed in your backyard. The pool deck layout and the pavers used there are just as significant as the pool itself. You want your deck to look nice, but you also want it to be safe. Is granite a valuable material for the coping of swimming pools?

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Touch of Natural Luxury

Installing granite pool coping on any pool deck will provide the impression of natural richness. Granite with a textured surface is not slippery, even when wet; it is also complicated and long-lasting. Granite is available in various colours, giving you more options to match your design goals. The majority of the natural stones that are utilised in the construction industry are derived from sedimentary rocks like limestone, sandstone, and travertine; metamorphic rocks like marble, slate, and quartzite; and igneous rocks like granite and basalt.

Igneous rocks, such as granite, result from molten rock’s cooling and solidification that originated deep under the earth’s crust. It is composed chiefly of alumina and silica, also known as quartz. Igneous rocks are distinguished by their exceptionally high density and lack of porosity.

The Need for Coping

It is not necessary to instal coping around the pool. Some pools, like infinity pools, do not have to cope along the pool’s edge. On the other hand, coping may be seen around the majority of home pools. The coping is the flat cap that sits above the shell wall of the vertical pool. Concrete, either cast on-site or in a factory, can be used for the coping. Natural stones, such as granite or travertine, can also be used as slabs or tiles. The coping surrounds the pool and serves as a barrier between the pool structure and the pool surface. Additionally, it safeguards the uppermost rim of the pool shell. The bond beam of the pool shell is where the pool coping is attached.

The purpose of pool coping is to detach the pool deck from the pool structure, protect the pool bond beam from water ingress, direct water splashing to the pool drains, provide a non-slip walking surface around the pool, and add a visual transition from the water to the deck. Additionally, pool coping serves as a helpful grip for swimmers.

Other Pool Coping Materials

The same materials appropriate for pool decking can also be used for coping around the pool. However, the materials used for pool coping need to be carefully selected to ensure a low water permeability, which will safeguard the pool’s structure, and good comfort and safety standards, which can tolerate increased foot traffic.

Stones of Nature

You have a selection of several natural stone pavers to pick from, including travertine, limestone, and granite, amongst others. By a wide margin, the most common stone used is travertine. Even when wet, travertine does not become dangerously slippery; it does not absorb heat from the sun and does not cost an exorbitant amount of money. If luxury appearance is more important to you than cost, granite pool coping is the material you should use. Granite is long-lasting, complex, and does not slip, but it is expensive.


Because they are resistant to the effects of chlorinated water, brick pavers are suitable materials for coping with swimming pools. They are not only inexpensive but also simple to change out when necessary. On the other hand, bricks have high porosity and aren’t long-lasting.

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