I have approximately 110 linear feet of coping that is 1 foot wide. It is that old brick tile that I want to give a fresher look.
What is the general cost to
A. Remove the existing coping and replace with new coping (travertine or some stone)
B. Use overlay coat on top of coping
Is overlay something that lasts or looks nice on a premium home? The quote's I'm getting are $2800 for A (labor only, not material) and $1800 for B (labor and material).
Would you recommend to spray coat the entire patio around the pool as well... does it come out looking cheap?
Would appreciate pictures of some modern pool coping set ups and the best material to use.
If you're selling your home within two months, get the spray-on, because that's just about how long it's going to last. Either of your replacement bids seem incredibly low to me.
surface of deck around pool
What style pool do you think fits this house and property?
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