Long time lurker, first time poster. Just bought a house with a pool last summer and have found this site incredibly helpful, thanks for all the information. I am thinking about taking the leap this summer with a baqua-to-chlorine converstion, and I will make sure to take lots of pics for y'all!
I am posting to ask a different question, though, about the pool coping that we ha round our pool. I wasn't left with too much information about the pool when buying the house but I would guess that the pool, and coping are original to the house (1968) and the liner was replaced in the 90's (liner is still good).
My issue is that there is a gap between the coping and old concrete pool deck that really bothers me. I worry that someone will go to jump into the pool and catch a toe or foot and really hurt themselves so I would like to know what options you guys can offer.
Would it be possible/feasible to :
1. Replace the coping to be flush with the pool deck OR
2. Do a new concrete pool deck to raise the level so that it is flush with the coping.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts/advice! I atatched a very bad picture, but you'll probably get the idea...