It’s the “Finishing Touches” That Make A Project Uniquely Yours.

The tile, coping, deck material and water features produce the “finishing touch” to your custom waterscape. Your choices in tile, coping and deck material will make a huge difference in the look of your pool and your yard. The photos below should give you some ideas to consider.

Interior Finish

In addition to the old white plaster pools of yesteryear now you can get a custom colored marbleized finish in just about any color you want. We literally have THOUSANDS of choices! We also offer a super long-lasting “aggregate / polymer” finishes. Swink’s Creations can guide you through the decision process and help you make an educated choice.

Tile & Coping

Your choice of tile and coping will add a nice accent to your choice of interior pool finish and decking materials. Most pools have tile installed around the waterline. It is usually made of ceramic or glass, but natural stone tiles are also popular. Sizes usually range from 1” squares to 6” squares.

Modern pool designs are making use of cantilever and natural stone coping which come in many colors and textures. Style, cost, and maintenance are all items to consider when deciding on your pool coping. Swink’s Creations can guide you through the decision process and help you make an educated choice.

Decking Choices

The Deck will have the greatest impact towards the look of your pool. Natural stone is always a beautiful and timeless option. Your choices will most likely fall into one of these four categories:

Broom-finished concrete – simple, economical and long-lasting

Exposed aggregate -- classier than Broom finish, and equally long-lasting

Masonry finishes, such as flagstone or cut limestone

Elegant pavers, such as tumbled marble travertine or other specialty pavers

We prefer Travertine decking because of its benefits over other deck materials.

Listed below are the benefits of Travertine Decking:

  • Seamless and natural look
  • Cool deck material
  • Temperature control
  • Comes in variety of colors
  • Stain resistant, fade resistant, crack resistant and mold resistant.
  • Easy to repair and easy expansion.

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