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What about Fiberglass Tile Coping?

What about Fiberglass Tile Coping?

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August 3, 2007

Though it seems like it would be a better idea to choose traditional tiles for your pool or other project, more people than ever are turning to fiberglass tile coping as a way to create a new look for their project.  Just as you might cover up a preexisting tub in your bathroom, fiberglass tile coping allows you to cover up your current surface and replace it with a tiled look - without the hard work or the individual tile placement.  Here are some other benefits that you may not have thought of with fiberglass tile coping:

The quickness with which fiberglass tile coping can be installed is usually the strongest selling point for this home remodeling project.  Instead of weeks and months of individual tile and grouting work, this coping can be installed within days, depending on the size of the project.  This allows you to have the look that you want right in time for a special occasion.  So, if you are trying to have people over for a wedding party or some other event, you can install this coping prior to the guests' arrival without fear of the project not getting done on time.

Fiberglass Tile Coping

Fiberglass tile coping is also much cheaper than traditional tiling projects.  Because you don't have to use a lot of expensive materials or utilize the many hours of labor from the professionals that are installing it, you will not be noticing as big a dent in your wallet.  You can also find a wide range of prices for this kind of coping installation, which will allow you to shop around for the best price for your budget at the time.

Since the fiberglass tile coping is made from fiberglass, you will also notice that it lasts longer and needs less maintenance than a traditional tile project.  Without the porous-ness of grout, you don't need to scrub and clean the grout each time that the pool or area is used.  You can also rinse the area down when you do want it to look cleaner.  And if you are concerned about tiles falling out of your chosen design, that's not going to happen with the fiberglass coping as the tiles are all one piece of the same material.

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