January 28, 2019

Why Sealing Your Pool Coping is Important Brownsville TX


Why Sealing Your Pool Coping is Important Brownsville TX

Many clients wonder Why is Sealing Your Pool Coping is Important Brownsville TX, and we are the right professionals to answer this question. Texas Stone Sealers has over twenty years of stone cleaning and sealing experience.


What is a Pool Coping

Many people observe the fancy strip of stone around the pool but do not understand how the importance of the coping extends further than its appearance. The pool coping is the decking surrounding the perimeter of the pool. It is the area commonly used as a step for entering the pool and the area swimmers use to pull themselves out of the pool. It also protects the area around the pool, such as the deck area, from water damage. Instead of water splashing out of the pool, the coping causes the water to flow into the drains. All in all, coping provides various safety features as well as a glamorous look.

The Purpose of Sealing Your Pool Coping 

The Sealant on the pool coping is primarily a safety precaution. For example, the sealant provides a non-slip resistance without scratching or scraping swimmers.  Our natural finish sealant for limestone comes with a four-year guarantee. Additionally, the enhance sheen finish comes with a three-year warranty. Lastly, we offer a one-time visit to go out and re-seal the limestone if needed.

Contact Us Today

We are the leading company for restoring concrete, flagstone, and other natural stones. After perfecting our process over the last twenty years, we believe we are the best to restore various natural stones from erosion and spalling. For more information about our company and our services, you can contact us at 888.275.5354 or visit our website here. We’re ready to bring out the beauty in your limestone surface.

 Did You Know…

  • In 2001, Brownsville was named the ” All American City.”
  • Brownsville had snowfall equaling six inches on Valentine’s Day. It was the first time snow was recorded falling in the city.
  • The city’s motto is “On the border by the sea.”
  • Confederate soldiers smuggled goods into Mexico during the Civil War through Brownsville.
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