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Where to Use Interlocking Exterior Tiles

Ipe wood exterior tiles

Our interlocking decking tiles offer a quick and easy way to cover or resurface most hard surfaces around your home or apartment. Whether it's just a tiny balcony, an underutilized rooftop, a weather worn deck, an uninspiring front porch, or a drab gray concrete patio, you can now totally transform all those spaces you probably thought would be too difficult, too expensive or too disruptive to your daily life.

As long as the surface is firm, smooth and even, you can normally lay these exterior tiles without any concerns or trouble at all. Whilst you will always achieve better results if the tiles are laid over a solid surface such as concrete, it's quite possible to lay the tiles on compacted sand or gravel or even over bare ground, provided certain precautions are taken.

Our SwiftDeck wood tiles use only the most durable wood species for maximum life and wear resistance, so you can confidently use them in practically all weather conditions and locations. And our EzyTile stone tiles include hardwearing highly durable granite. Or you can choose from low maintenance composite wood. And now you can also choose from our premium range of porcelain pavers.

But you're not restricted to using the tiles just for exterior applications. For basements, sunrooms, workshops etc. you can lay down our deck tiles for an instant instant wood floor, that you can change or take up at will.

For more detailed information about specific applications, click on the links below. If you have particular application you're not sure about, just contact us by phone or email as we would be delighted to offer any advice or suggestions.

•   Tiles for patios
•   Resurfacing a front porch
•   Decks for balconies
•   Rooftop decks
•   Resurfacing weather worn wood decks
•   Pathways & walkways
•   Decking for above ground pools
•   Spa or hot tub decks
•   How to waterproof an existing upper level deck
•   Basement wood flooring
•   Building backyard decks on bare ground