I'm a total newbie to ponds.
I'm having an extension built on my house, and as part of this I'm having a pond with a walkway over it, built outside large patio doors. I'm attaching a picture to give you a rough idea of the sort of thing.
I've run into a bit of a problem. I was hoping to use porcelain tile as coping around the pond edge - this is what I'm using as flooring in the house, and it would tie the whole thing together. However, I don't want to see the pond liner. I was thinking of having the tiles protruding over the edge of the pond to hide it from view, but my builder says they will break and get ruined this way, and recommends only a very slight overhang.
I could run tiles down the sides, but how do I do this over a liner? How do they 'stick'?? And how can I be sure I won't break the liner?