In addition to step position and size it is important to consider how you want the interior edge of your pool decking to look. The Bull Nose coping option gives you a clean and smooth look and feel at the interior edge of your pool deck. Using the cantilever option allows you to customize the interior edge of your pool deck to match your pools surroundings. Read more below about the difference between Bull Nose and Cantilever coping.
Bullnose Step Option
The easiest way for you to complete your in-ground pool’s decking is with the bullnose step.
The bullnose step is used in conjunction with our quality extruded alluminum bullnose coping, which comes standard with any bullnose step.
Once installed, you simply pour concrete up to the coping edge, then apply your concrete finish and you’re done!
Cantilever Step option
The step requires a bit more expertise than the Bullnose. If you are a professional builder or experienced in in-ground pools then this might be the best fit for you.
However if you are new to the process or need step-by-step instructions to follow, we would recommend the Bullnose step.
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