Working on our backyard redesign "project"!
We have pebblecrete coping on our pool surround, which is in need of refurb/replacement. May also replace pool waterline tiles. Pool interior is fine.
Seems two options avilable:
- Remove all old pebblecrete/tiles and replace with new terracotta tiles/pavers/waterline etc. Expensive option as I'm led to believe DIY pebblecrete removal is not advisable - not sure why.
- apply some "treatment" over the old pebblecrete. (can be DIY, such as Luxapool [www.luxapool.com.au]) or have it done. Not sure how we would replace waterline tiles if we chose this solution.
Our coping is not flat of top; it has a "rounded rise" on the pool edge creating a slight bullnose effect. Happy to lose this profile and have it flat if that's what makes sense to do.
Ideally would like to not have to empty pool completely to do the work.
Any/all info gratefully received.