Patio deck tiles

That drab concrete patio is so often the last thing to set your mind to in any
home improvement project. That's probably because it’s such a daunting job
to replace cracked concrete or outdated pavers. Just the thought of having to
bring in noisy jack-hammers, dig the lot up and cart it away is enough to give
you nightmares.

Of course it would be great if you could have a solid wood deck. Now you're
probably thinking "hang on a minute.. that'll cost me a fortune". Sure, if you
had a wood deck built the conventional way you'd be right. And you'd need to
get in a team of builders and put up with disruption, dust and noise for days
on end.

And also, if you build a wood deck on top of an existing concrete base, your
new deck will be about 4" or so higher than your current concrete slab.  Now
that's a real problem in a lot of cases with outward opening doors.
Unfortunately there's no easy answer to this problem with a custom built deck.

Decking tiles - how to build a patio the quick an easy way
So how can I build a patio with great looking solid wood deck other than the
custom deck option? There is another way that's quick, easy and economical.
Simply cover the lot with interlocking floor tiles.  Laying the tiles is a simple
matter of snapping individual tiles directly into place directly on top of the old
surface.

You don't need any special know how to build a patio or deck this way... or
special tools...not even nails, screws or glues.  All you need to do is to
measure the area you want to cover, calculate how many tiles you will need
and you're ready to go. Everything you need to build you patio deck is right
inside in each box of tiles.

Provided the concrete surface is not excessively cracked, they can be laid
directly on top of existing concrete without any surface preparation apart from
brushing away any loose dirt etc. If there are cracks present, it is not
recommended to lay the tiles directly over any cracks if there is height
discontinuity of more than about 3/16”. If possible, tile joins should not lie
directly over and parallel to any cracks.

If cracks exceed 3/16” in height it would be necessary to level the surface
firstly with a thin layer of concrete or other suitable patching compound

If you've got pipes or other obstacles on the patio, that's no real problem as
you can easily cut the tiles to shape with a handsaw or jigsaw. And reducer
strips are generally available which just snap onto the outer row of tiles to
give a professional finishing touch and reduce the chance of tripping on the
outer row of tiles.
Call us at 888 335 8453 for a complete cost analysis of your project.  You can also visit our online store
here to
purchase our deck tiles.
Where to purchase  wood decking tiles

Wood decking tiles are available from the following online decking resources.
Call
1 888 335 8453  or email  info@wooddeckingtile.com for more information

Visit our buy page here

www.hardwoodhome.com
Our very own ECO deck brand of  Deck Tiles have been featured in the following publications and magazines.
Ask your patio deck tile questions here, try to be as specific as possible.
Example
: Wood density or maintenance