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Stone Copings

One of the most unassuming elements of concrete features in outdoor areas is a landscape coping fixture. Playing an important role in your outdoor design, coping stones are essential to ensure your structures are safe, functional, and aesthetically pleasing. Used to cap free-standing walls, pillar caps, and coping stones are a feature you don’t want to skip over. Explore all you need to know about the pool coping and wall caps and coping with Stone Centers today.

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Copings

Pool Coping

One of the most popular coping uses is modern pool coping. Pool coping is a wonderful way to add a bit of elegance to your pool design. With a naturally textured surface and non-slip qualities, pool edge coping ensures a quality design for your pool. With an expert team, travertine pool coping will create an elegant and aesthetic design with natural stone edges for a more ornate finish.

Landscape Wall Coping

Landscape wall coping features are essential to both wall and stair systems. Coping stones are used as the finishing touch to a wall or the tread to build a staircase, protecting to reinforce these structures. Wall caps and coping are essential to preventing rain and weather from entering cavities in the wall or staircase, ensuring the longevity of the structure.

Landscape Wall Coping

Landscape wall coping features are essential to both wall and stair systems. Coping stones are used as the finishing touch to a wall or the tread to build a staircase, protecting to reinforce these structures. Wall caps and coping are essential to preventing rain and weather from entering cavities in the wall or staircase, ensuring the longevity of the structure.

Landscape Wall Coping

Landscape wall coping features are essential to both wall and stair systems. Coping stones are used as the finishing touch to a wall or the tread to build a staircase, protecting to reinforce these structures. Wall caps and coping are essential to preventing rain and weather from entering cavities in the wall or staircase, ensuring the longevity of the structure.

FAQ

How much do stone copings cost?

Stone copings costs depend on the scope and size of your project. If you contact us with the details, we’ll gladly provide you with an estimated quote.

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