Natural stone and timber supply an extensive range of natural stone copings in a range of materials helping create the perfect finish for a variety of external applications. From pool surrounds, wall copings to steps, we have products that can enhance your landscaping. If you are interested in discovering more about our range of natural stone coping & steps and their availability near you, please take a browse below or contact your local depot to find out more.
Elegant Weather Protection: Natural stone copings add sophistication and protection to garden walls and other outdoor structures. Their angled design allows water to run off, preventing moisture damage and erosion over time. Our copings stand up to rain, snow, and other harsh weather. Made from durable natural stone, they resist cracking, fading, and deterioration. You can find them in a range of earthy neutral tones as well as bold colours like mint and raj green
Determine the linear feet of wall space to be covered, allowing for overhang on each side. For each linear foot, you will need approximately 3 coping stones that are 16-18 inches long. Multiply total linear feet by 3 to estimate total needed. Add 10% extra for cuts and waste.
Natural stone coping stones average 15-30 pounds each, but can range higher for larger sizes and denser stone types. Some lifting equipment like a crane may be needed for installation. We recommend having at least two people handle the heavier stones.
Natural stone is more attractive, provides better weather resistance, and will last longer than concrete or brick. The natural patterns and colors of stone add beauty and value. Stone won't chip, peel or degrade like concrete.
For regular cleaning, use a soft brush and mild soap and water to remove dirt and debris. For a deeper clean, you can use a specialized natural stone cleaner. Take care not to use acidic or abrasive cleaners that can etch or damage the stone. Sealing the stones annually will help prevent staining.
Yes, natural stone coping stones can be used for curved or rounded walls. The stones can be cut and shaped to follow the contour of the wall. It's best to use relatively small coping stones for tighter radiuses.
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