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Decking Tiles

Composite Decking Tiles

Transform Your Outdoor Living Space With Our Composite Decking Tiles

4 Everdeck® composite decking tiles can be installed yourself with almost no experience. The unique plastic interlocking base makes installation extremely easy. Our composite decking tiles have clips that simply snap together with little force required. Anyone in the house can install these tiles in a couple of hours. No need for tools (unless you need to trim a tile), messy builders or tilers!

4 Everdeck® decking tiles are primarily for laying on top of concrete or existing solid surfaces such as Balcony Flooring, roof terraces or outdoor showers. The plastic base keeps tiles above ground allowing for water to drain and will not affect your existing waterproofing.

 

Why Use 4 Everdeck Composite Decking Tiles

Not only can our composite decking tiles be laid in various patterns, but these interlocking decking tiles can also be uplifted and reused without damaging them. Use 4 Everdeck® Decking tiles directly on top of an existing hard surface for permanent or temporary patios.

Our composite decking tiles are extremely durable, and more resilient compared to normal wood; they do not warp or rot. They are also not affected by insect infestations that can occur on wooden decks.

4 Everdeck® DIY Decking tiles are available in a choice of Chocolate brown, Cocoa Brown, Charcoal Grey and Oyster.

If you are a do-it-yourselfer and have a few hours to enhance a small outdoor living area, our composite decking tiles are the ideal products for you.

Dimensions: 22xmm x 300mm x 300mm

 

Decking Tiles Installation

  • Measure the area to be covered and calculate how many composite decking tiles you'll need. Our tiles are 300mm by 300mm. 11 tiles will cover 1 square metre.
  • Start laying the tiles from one corner of the area to be covered. Place the first tile in position and then clip the adjacent tile in place by pushing it down to engage the special connecting tabs on the sides of each tile.
  • Continue adding tiles this way until the complete area is covered and all the tiles are securely locked in place to each adjacent tile.

Once assembled, our composite decking tiles are as sturdy as a traditional deck. They can easily be disassembled should you decide to relocate your deck, or take it with you when you move.

Cleanup and maintenance are additionally easy. Simply hose off or wipe your composite decking tiles as needed for regular cleaning.

 

FAQs

What Are The Benefits of Using Composite Decking Tiles?

There are many benefits of using our composite decking tiles. Firstly they require no tools for installation and the entire installation process is extremely simple and quick. Not only this, our composite decking tiles are extremely durable and are able to withstand extreme heat as well as wet weather. Our composite decking tiles are more resilient compared to normal wood; they do not warp or rot. They are also not affected by insect infestations that can occur on wooden decks. Due to this, and the fact that they do not splinter, our composite decking tiles are safe for bare feet and for young children to play on.

What Can You Put Composite Decking Tiles On?

4 Everdeck® decking tiles are primarily for laying on top of concrete or existing solid surfaces. In other words, you can lay composite decking tiles on many different surfaces, as long as they are sturdy and flat. If you are unsure of whether composite decking tiles would work well for your particular project, we recommend contacting us first so we may provide guidance on how best to proceed.

What Can You Use Composite Decking Tiles For?

The possibilities are endless. Here’s just a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing:

  • Cover unsightly areas
  • Create a brand new terrace or decking area in very little time
  • Pretty planter boxes
  • Swimming pool decks
  • Stepping stones for flower beds or vegetable gardens
  • Add some colour to plain concrete steps by using colourful tiles on top
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Can You Lay Composite Decking Tiles On Soil?

You can lay composite decking tiles on soil or dirt as long as the ground is level. You can either build it directly on the ground, or square the site and build it on top of risers as a floating deck. If you lay it directly on the ground, you may find that it's more susceptible to absorbing moisture which might in time need additional maintenance. You may need to dig or put more soil if the ground is not level, and it is also advised to to remove any weeds, plants, and rocks in the chosen area.

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