Balcony deck tiles All too often it’s just too small to justify the fuss and expense of getting a team of trades-persons to lay ceramic tiles or other hard surfacing, but it can look so drab and dreary if left neglected and unloved.
But perhaps one of the simplest solutions is to lay interlocking balcony deck tiles over the existing concrete surface. Of course they could also be laid directly over tiles as well. There's no tedious preparation...all it needs is to give the balcony a good sweep. The tiles are then simply and quickly laid in position by just snapping them together. The interlocking tabs hold each tile securely in place so they wont fall off the balcony or blow away in normal wind gusts.
Wood balcony decking tiles generally come in different patterns so you can create your own balcony design to suit your taste should you so desire. If you need to cut around pipes, posts or other obstructions, the tiles can easily be cut with just a handsaw or jigsaw.
For extra interest, consider leaving out a few tiles and filling in the gaps with some funky large river pebbles, crushed brick or bark nuggets. Add a few nice green potted plants, bamboo or other greenery and you'll be delighted at the vast improvement it makes to your balcony. Don't add to many items to the balcony or to many different items as it can soon look cluttered. Less is always best.
And best of all both the wood tiles and the porcelain tiles need very little maintenance. Just a sweep with a broom every so often to remove dirt or maybe a wash with water. With the wood tiles, re-coating with a good quality deck oil every 6-12 months is recommended to help preserve the initial wood color of your balcony deck tiles as long as possible.
Where to purchase wood decking tiles
Wood decking tiles are available from the following online decking resources. Call 1 888 335 8453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information