Choosing Pavers

Getting deck pavers is a great way to complete your swimming pool renovation. Deciding which paver
type, style and color is a tedious task to make this easier we will guide you to right pavers for you.

Which pavers are available to you?

if you an existing concrete deck then
your 3 options are.

-25mm & 30mm remodel pavers

– Travertine pavers

Coping Options


For the Cantelliver Edge the recommended option is

– Fountainhead & 4” Coping / $

(Becuase both copings have a 4” lip once installed it sits 0.25 – 1” over the tile-line.)

– Straight Edge & Tumbled Edge Coping – $

(It is possible to install this coping with modification. We will have to raise the tile-line, install new skimmer/s and raise them to the tile-line level.

– 4” Travertine Remodel Coping  / $


For Bull-Nose & 2×6 Cap Tile Edge options

– Sevile & 2 3/4” Coping / $

(This coping sits right over the edge with the end of the copings lip on the top of the tile.)

– Straight Edge & Tumbled Edge Coping / $

30mm Remodel Pavers

30mm Remodel Pavers are offered by Belgard and distributed through Old Castle Coastal.
30mm pavers are best for laying over existing concrete decks and are great for both residential and commercial
applications. We use these thin pavers in majority of our swimming pool renovations. They come in many styles and

25mm Remodel Pavers

25mm remodel pavers are offered and distributed by Tremon a local pavers manufacture. Comes in many nice styles and colors. Works best for residential applications and some light traffic commercial applications. When installed inside of a screened-in pool deck the pavers sits nearly flush against the frame of the enclosure.

Travertine Pavers

Travertine is a nice way to give your property a touch of class and elegance. Travertine pavers are more readily
available as it is an imported product and don’t fade as they are natural a natural stone product.

Important Q&A

There are some of the most asked questions and most important ones to know the answer to.

The typical completion time is 1-2 weeks for resurfacing only. 

The typical completion time frame for a redo of the tiles and surface takes around 2 weeks minimum to around 4 weeks maximum weather permitting.

This will take around 4-5 minimum to 6-7 weeks maximum. Keep in mind interlocking pavers are manufactured to order. Lead time on pavers are a minimum of 4 weeks to a maximum of around 6 weeks.  While we wait for the pavers we will get the pool/spa prepped, tiled and the equipment installed. Once the pavers are delivered it generally takes 2-3 days for installation. Once the installation is complete and the progress payment has been received we schedule your job for the last stage, resurfacing.

No, because travertine is an imported product. It is typically readily available with the exception of the product being out of stock then we have to play the waiting game otherwise we are able to have the travertine delivered with-in 1-2 weeks. This off course will trim down the total project completion by a few weeks when you go with the travertine option in lieu of pavers.

The most obvious and noticeable difference is the texture and feel.  
Quartz finishes are more smooth however not as durable as the pebble finishes are. 
If you are in search for a cost efficient and smooth product the any non-pigmented quartz finish will suit you. If you prefer a more durable, higher-end product than any of the pebble finishes will be a good match.

Great question!
Hydrazzo is a polished aquatic finish option and the creme of the creme. It is a very smooth and silky finish even more so than the quartz finishes. The entire surface after resurfacing has to be polished with a hydro-polisher. Much like waxing/polishing an automobile however it is much more time consuming. The cost is justifiable because the finish is renewable. This means after 5-10 years we can drain the pool/spa, polish the finish some more and it will look new and feel even smoother than before. 

Yes we accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover and no we don’t add on processing fees like the rest.

Yes, if you received an estimate from a licensed pool/spa contractor who is offering the same products and services we will likely match or beat the price. 

Absolutely! We specialize in pool and spa resurfacing, re-tiling and deck pavers. Doesn’t make a difference whether it is commercial or residential as we have all the proper licenses, insurances and are up to date on local codes and permitting requirements.

Yes, paving is one of our specialties and we believe our crew is the best at it. We will handle the entire process from start to finish paving your entire driveway, walkway and whatever else you wish to pave. You just tell us where and we will pave the way.

Types of Coping

There are 5 types of coping available to you, which coping is for you?

Sevile / 23/4″

Sevile and 2 3/4” coping are both the same. Sevile is by Belgard and 2 3/4” is by Tremron. This style coping is for use with remodel pavers and when your pool and spa perimeter edge has 2×6” cap tiles. The lip of this style coping replaces the cap tiles and sits right above the tile and in some cases half an inch over the tile.

Fountainhead / 4”

The Fountainhead and 4” coping are also the same. Fountainhead is by Belgard and the 4” is by Tremron. This coping is best suited for remodel pavers when your deck has a cantelliver edge which is typically around 4 inches the same height as the lip of this coping. When installed it will overhang over the tile. The amount of overhang will depend on the height over your deck edge.


Straight edge coping is an actual a piece of a travertine paver installed as a piece of coping it provides a clean contemporary look and feel. For 2×6 cap tiles or bullnose edge and not a cantelliver edge. If it does have a cantelliver edge extensive work is required as the tile line has to be raised and new skimmer/s have to be installed and raised to be level with the raised tile line.


Tumbled edge travertine coping is an imported product like all travertine. It provids a smooth rounded coping however it is not as cost friendly as the straight edge coping option.

4” Travertine
Remodel Coping

The 4” Travertine remodel coping is only for cantelliver edge perimeters otherwise a straight or tumbled edge coping is best and much more cost friendly.

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