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Add a colorful splash of tile or classic stone accents around your pool for a lovely cohesive look. Our team specializes in pool tile and coping repair for your swimming pool. 

Why Do You Need Pool Coping and Tilling Replacement Services
  • Pool coping and tiling serve safety and comfort objectives for your guests and protect the shell and outer surfaces of your pool.

  • Pool coping provides a sturdy, flat surface for swimmers to hold onto when exiting the pool. Plus, it prevents water from entering the area behind the pool shell and causing damage while keeping debris out.

  • Pool coping also complements the look of your pool area by offering a visually appealing and functional cover for mechanical systems such as auto pool covers.


Tile adds a pleasant texture and color to the swimming pool area while protecting surfaces from stains and excessive mineral buildup. Just like any other part or equipment, your pool’s tile requires upkeep and may break, creating a hazard for swimmers and the structure itself. Even if your tile isn’t broken or worn, you may be looking for an updated tile design. Retiling your pool gives you a chance to upgrade your entire experience in and around the water.

All State Technology provides reliable and efficient pool retiling services to customers across the country. If you need help tiling your pool, whether it’s just a fix or a whole installation, our pool professionals are ready.

Pool Tile Services

Our pool tiling services include installing tile for the first time, making a pool tile repair to broken tiles, and even completely remodeling your existing tiles to create your dream pool. Changing the tile in your pool can revolutionize the ambiance of your backyard. Whether you want stunning glass, subtle earth tones, or a simple waterline, our team can help you decide which pool tile works best for you.

There are four common pool areas where we install tile:

  • Waterline TileWaterline tile is the tile layered at the top edge of pools just below the coping or deck. This design element is typically the most common tiling found in gunite and plaster pools. Professional pool waterline tile installation protects the edge of your pool and looks beautiful.

  • Trim TileTrim tile is installed on the leading edge of pool steps or benches to make them more visible and prevent falls.

  • Spillway TilePool spillway tile is commonly used in the spa dam wall or in hot tubs that have water flowing into the pool. Spillway tile protects against chemical buildup and surface erosion. Many people like to match their spillway tile to their waterline tile for a cohesive design.

  • Raised Bond BeamsRaised bond beams for pools are structural elements that sit at the edge, putting a wall along a portion of the pool’s deck. The beam is often completely tiled or covered by stone. Raised beams are a great opportunity to be creative, as they can contain a hot tub, planter, fountain, or other hardscape elements.


Pool coping is an important piece of an in-ground pool. It is a protective cap, a decorative piece, and a comfortable place at the edge of the pool. If an in-ground swimming pool is constructed of concrete, it will need coping, which is a cap for the edge of the pool. Coping surrounds the shell of the swimming pool and protects it. This piece keeps any water and debris from going in behind the shell and safeguards it from damage or cracking. Coping also provides a decorative accent for the pool.


Coping for a concrete swimming pool can be made of tile, natural stone, and precast concrete. Companies that make pavers and products for pool decks also have different types of pool edging materials and copings—like bullnose styles—to achieve a seamless look between the pool and deck. 

  • Concrete: Not only is concrete easy to work with, but it's also typically more affordable than other materials. Concrete is often used for pool coping.

  • Paver: Pavers come in many different colors, textures, and finishes and have become a popular choice for coping. A good advantage of pavers is if one cracks, it can be taken out and replaced, unlike concrete.

  • Travertine:  Travertine comes in a wide selection of colors, is slip-resistant, and stays cool to the touch, making it an outstanding choice to use for pool coping, especially in warm climates. It is also more affordable than marble or other natural stones.

  • Marble: This stone comes in assorted colors and can have beautiful grains running through it. Marble has a smooth feel and glossy look to it and is both long-lasting and attractive, which makes it a great option. While low in maintenance, this stone does tend to absorb heat. Keep in mind that marble tends to be on the higher end of cost.

  • Brick: Offered in many different colors, brick is also very durable and long-lasting. Brick does not require a lot of upkeep, but if it cracks, it is not that easy to replace that one piece, as can be done with pavers.

  • Sandstone: This type of coping material is unusual in its colorings, grains, and texture. Striking and durable, sandstone does need to have a sealant put on as it is a porous material. It is not as popular of a choice to use as other materials. As part of the natural stone family, sandstone retains heat.

  • Flagstone: These stones provide a different type of look for the edge of the pool. Flagstone comes in different shapes and sizes, along with numerous choices of colors, even variegated. Like other natural stones, though, flagstone absorbs heat and can be hot to the touch, especially in the summer months.

  • Bluestone: While you might think these stones come in just the color blue, they also are available in tan, brown, and grey shades. Bluestone can be cut in whatever shape you desire from squares and rectangles to triangles which offers a chance for an extraordinary and one-of-a-kind look and feel. This material, like flagstone and similar natural stones, absorbs and holds heat.

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