Let us help you transform your pool or landscape area into a tranquil getaway that you can't wait to escape to! Whether you are looking to design a mystical waterfall backdrop for your backyard, or add an enticing row of estuaries alongside your pool, our selection of scuppers, spouts, and spillways is guaranteed to get your creative thoughts flowing.
Make a statement in your outdoor space by adding unique designs that evoke intrigue and charisma. These stylish features have both functional and ornamental intentions. Made from durable high quality materials, you can rest assured that these products will provide you with many years of enjoyment. Combine one or more of these poolside features for an even more beautiful and interesting presentation. Available in stainless steel and copper.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not recommend using stainless steel scuppers in a salt water environment. The copper scuppers will develop a patina over time when exposed to the elements. This is normal and part of the natural oxidation process of the material.
How can I prevent my copper scupper from discoloring over time?
Despite what you may have heard, copper does not discolor over time. It is truly a unique material! For many centuries, architects and artisans alike have chosen to use copper in their creations because of its durability and longevity. It does "transform" its appearance over the years due to its exposure to environmental elements of certain areas (pollution, salt water, acid rain, etc.). This oxidation process causes copper to form a bluish-green coating. The naturally occurring phenomenon is called a patina and is not considered a flaw, defect, or discoloration. Many people find this sheen quite attractive, as it gives their copper feature an "old-world" look. In fact, there are many techniques that have been shared with patina lovers worldwide to enhance or speed up the oxidation process in order to achieve this look.
For those that prefer the amber dazzle of pure copper, the patina can be very easily polished away using a combination of 1/2 cup lemon juice or vinegar with 1 tablespoon of salt or baking soda. Simply dip a soft bristled brush into the solution and gently scrub the affected areas until the patina is removed. Rinse with clean water and then buff to dry and polish.