Swimming Pool Coping
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By Jeremy on June 17, 2011
The Laminated Flat Edge provides a chunky square look finish to the edge of your pool or stair treads and is for those who want to get away from the rounded bullnosed appearance. An extra piece of the same type of tile is glued to the underside of the tile edge to give it double [...]
By Jeremy on June 9, 2011
Our Apron with round edge provides a deep edge to give your coping a full bodied look with a matching tile band. The construction of this profile involves bonding a strip of tile (usually of 30 – 90mm height) at right angles onto the floor tile, which we machine with our very popular half bullnosed [...]
By stileedg on December 14, 2009
A lot of our clients come to us with a simple question, and that is “Can any tile have tile edging”. The answer we usually give is…”It depends”. It entirely depends on the type of tile your using and the application of the tile. Almost all floor tiles can have an edging profile applied to [...]
By Keith on December 14, 2009
The Full Bullnose Laminate Tile Edge The Laminated Full Bullnose is a chunkier, more traditional profile for those who prefer a thicker and more prominent look on their tile edging. As it’s name implies, this edge is achieved by cutting a strip of the same type of tile and laminating it (by clamping and gluing) [...]
By stileedg on April 2, 2009
When it comes to tile edging, Most people don’t seem to think about or consider the direction of the grain and the overall look of the finished job.
By Keith on June 4, 2008
Some people may wonder why you would want to go to the trouble of having a custom tile bullnose applied to a tile when you can just go to the local tile shop and buy an off the shelf tile trim or a pre-made ceramic edging tile.
Here’s some common and practical reasons and uses for tile edging,