I replaced the liner and kept the old coping. Now, five years later, the coping is failing. It has cracks and splits and looks terrible. If I had it to do all over again, I would have replaced the coping. There were signs of deterioration that I had ignored. The small seam covers had mostly broken off. Blaming the kids, I got some replacements from the company that had installed the pool originally. The lasted on season. Your coping may be failing. Why take the chance?
Bash the old stuff of level it and re cement the new coping on top of the old work.
I have little holes in my inground pool coping how do I fix it caulk?
Remove decking material (concrete, tile, etc....) then the coping is screwed to the pool backing.
I share the same problem. I had a new liner installed, but the coping in cracked and need to be replaced.
Any pool supply store should be able to help you find coping and plaster. While they may not carry it in the store, they will most likely be able to direct you to a distributor, or set up a delivery for you.
That would be a pool company.. Now there are dozens of coping styles and sizes, so take one of the old one with you..
For Dad, jogging is a healthy coping strategy for dealing with the stress of his job. Eating is a poor coping strategy because it just makes me fat. A big part of the alcohol treatment program is replacing drinking with healthy coping strategies.
It depends on the pool and it's age. For most pools it is an easy job to replace your coping. However, for some pools it is impossible to get replacement parts because they are so old and the companies no longer exist. Some pool companies have resources where custom pool coping can be designed and manufactured, but it's costly and you need to be very specific.
Yes. Replace the existing coping with a horizontal aluminum liner receiver track by either Cardinal or Cinderella. These tracks are very small in height so you can run either your concrete or wood/composite deck over them. See the HM-1 or HM-2 at http://Coping.CinderellaInc.com Purchase it at: www.poolpartsandsupplies.com and look under "INGROUND POOLS" and then subheading "ALUMINUM LINER TRACK" or "ALUMINUM LINER TRACK BY CARDINAL" http://www.poolpartsandsupplies.com/sectionsxx.mv OR GO TO www.libertypool.com http://www.libertypool.com/xq/asp/Section.In%2DGround+Pools/qx/Section_Headings.htm
Replace the tiles. Makes it easier to clean the water line. Stains and oils will be permanent if you don't. k
Pool coping can only be replaced by cutting the concrete at least a foot back from the coping and busting that section out. If it were me, I wouldn't replace it with PVC, I would go with aluminum. Because of this, a new liner will most likely be needed. My pool was built in '74. The liner needs to be replaced and the coping looks awful. I have been told by 2 pool repair men that the concrete will have to be "busted up" and also replaced. I was told "Liner Lock" is used to hold the new liner onto the old coping and it should last until the liner needs to be replaced again. So, I asked if there was something out there to cover the coping since it looked so bad. One of them says he will check into it for me but I have not heard back yet. I AM IN THE SAME SITUATION WITH A 30 YEAR OLOD POOL. I AM ONLY LOOKING TO PURCHASE THE 4 ALUMINUM CORNERS IF SOMEONE DECIDES TO GET RID OF THEM TO ADD NEWER COPING PLEASE CONTACT ME AT WGJ48@AOL.COM. THANKS, BILL
Pool coping should be level. If it is "bullnose" brick they should all be about the save height all the way around the pool. A cantilever coping should be level as well. there should be no toe stubbers.
I prefer to use Biodex 300, then seal with a silicone tile/grout sealer like "TPS" If the stains and buildup are thick you will need a professional.
Nothing, the coping should slope back away from the pool
Yes you can! We have a pool and my dad fixed ours.
what is pool coping
Find out what is under the textured finish first then what the finish is made of and then how its aplyed.
Assuming we are not talking about a vinyl pool. The PVC strip above the tile, below the coping is there to form a seal. It's porpous is to keep water from seeping behind the bond beam and into the ground beneath the deck. Over time it will get brittle and break. It can only be replaced by removing the coping. You can repair it by trimming it back and replace it with a silicone caulk, or "Dec-O-Seal" (or similar)
Yes, Water should be replaced to normal operating level ,Which would be halfway up the opening of your Skimmers. Normally Center of tile line On 6 Inch tile bands or 3" below the bottom of your Coping.
The thickness of coping is dependendent on the type of material used and the amount of any overhang. Typically a cast-in-place coping is 3" with about an inch of overhange.
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I just repaired my aluminum inground pool coping. The cause was not the same (jack hammer damage). I had damage from a tree falling into my pool and of course the aluminum coping was the recipient of the tree. The coping was severely bent, nearly upon itself at a couple of places. I got my auto body hammers and dollies out and basically did what any good auto body repair shop would have done and beat the coping back into shape. It's not perfect but certainly useable. The good news is that it didn't require re-painting. I removed the coping from my pool to make it easier to work on but I'm sure it could be repaired without remove. You've got to be patient and plan to spend quite a bit of time with the hammers and dollies. Over the years our aluminum coping was damaged from the straps of the winter cover. Due to high winds the straps dug deep grooves into the coping. We bought an epoxy filler made for outside use on metal at Home Depot for less than $5. After filling in the damaged areas, sanding, and painting, the coping looks like new. Thanks for your replies! We ended up using a hammer on the smaller dimples, then a grinder on the bigger ones. The low spots we filled with auto body putty, sanded the whole thing and repainted it. Looks great! Thanks again -
A coping saw is used by woodworkers to cut awkward shapes. Hence the name coping saw.
Psychological coping mechanisms are commonly termed coping strategies or coping Two others are "social coping, such as seeking social support from others, and meaning-focused coping,Annual Review of Psychology, 61, 679 - 704.