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Transform Your Balcony with Interlocking Deck Tiles

Balcony decking tiles

Figuring out the best way to improve a balcony can be a tricky task. All too often it’s just too small to justify the fuss and expense of getting a team of tradespersons to lay ceramic tiles or other hard surfacing, but on the other hand, it can look so drab and dreary if left neglected and unloved.

One of the simplest solutions is to lay our interlocking tiles over the existing balcony floor. There's no tedious preparation...all you need to do 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.

And as our wood and composite wood decking tiles come in several different styles, you can create your own

balcony design to suit your individual taste or style. If you need to cut around pipes, posts or other obstructions, the tiles can easily be cut with just a handsaw or jigsaw.

And if you prefer the look of a ceramic or stone tile, take a look at our EzyTile range of exterior tiles where again you just click the tiles directly into place over your balcony floor - no adhesives, no grouting, no mess.

   
interlocking decking tiles on balcony

For extra visual interest, try leaving out a few tiles and filling in the gaps with some funky large river pebbles, crushed brick or bark nuggets. An even easier way can be to place a few of our mosaic stone or pebble tiles in strategic spots on your balcony deck. Or even mixing our wood or composite wood decking tiles with the ceramic or stone tiles. Add a few nice green potted plants, bamboo or other greenery and you'll surely be delighted at the vast improvement it makes to your balcony.

But don't add to many items to the balcony as it can soon look cluttered. Less is always best.

And best of all, both the wood tiles and the ceramic 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, we recommend recoating with a good quality deck oil every 6-12 months to help preserve the initial wood color of the tiles as long as possible.