Deck Tiles for Spa and Hot Tub Decks and
One the simplest
and most effective ways of building a deck around your spa or
hot tub is to lay down interlocking decking tiles. And one of
the big advantages is that it's such an easy job to extend the deck any direction you want, as far as you want and at any time you please. And
even if your spa or hot tub isn't a perfect rectangle or square, you can easily cut the tiles with a jigsaw or handsaw so they fit tightly against the wall of the spa or tub.
Alternatively if you don't like the idea of cutting the tiles to
fit the hot tub, you can completely pave the area with the
tiles and lay the hot tub on top....the tiles are designed to
easily support weights up to several tonnes.
And in saunas, just lay the tiles on the floor for an
attractive wood surface that easily copes with the heat
Both our wood and composite wood decking tile ranges are available in several different styles, so you can design your deck around your spa or hot tub to suit your own personality or requirements. To finish of the outside edges of the deck, reducers are available which are simply clipped to the outside edge to give a totally professional finish. For stand alone spa decks, you would probably choose to completely surround the deck with reducers using mitred reducers for the outside corners.
Both our wood and composite wood tiles will easily cope with constant splash of water from spas or hot tubs and continue looking great, day in day out, year after year.
If your spa or hot tub deck is fully exposed to the
weather, to keep the tiles looking at their best condition and to slow down the natural
graying of the wood, we recommend applying a coat of a good quality decking oil every 6 to 12 months. Otherwise just sweep with a broom or wash with water every so often.