Deck Tiles - All Types

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Options for Deck Tiles

When you have a gathering area on your property that’s seen better days, you can give it a new life with deck tiles. Interlocking deck tiles from Greatmats can go over existing wood deck layouts or over concrete. They often can even go over grass or over dirt.

They stand up to harsh weather conditions, like direct sunlight or heavy rain. A snap-together deck tile system can be very easy to install, meaning you can do a DIY layout, saving money versus hiring a pro to install the new tiling or to redo the entire structure.

Types of Outdoor Deck Tiles

One of the best things about our outdoor tiles is that you can use multiple types of materials, depending on what you are trying to accomplish with the space.
  • PVC plastic: Flexible PVC plastic interlocking deck tiles have a hidden interlocking edge, creating a sharp-looking layout with clean lines.
  • Rigid plastic: Rigid plastic tiles are easy to install, and they can withstand tables and chairs while providing stability.
  • Rubber: Outdoor rubber tiles deliver outstanding durability along with a little bit of cushioning for comfort.
  • Outdoor carpet: Waterproof carpet tiles can stand up to all kinds of weather, while also resisting fading from UV rays in sunlight.

Benefits of Using Interlocking Tiles on Your Deck

When you select among our various models of decking tiles, you receive several benefits, such as some of the following.
  • Comfort
  • Durability
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Easy to install
  • Fall protection
  • Good value
  • Rigidity where needed
  • Slip resistance
  • Temperature stability
  • Water resistance

Where to Use Decking Tiles

Because of the versatility of Greatmats’ deck tiles, you can install them in a variety of outdoor areas and receive significant benefits.
  • Existing deck: An old wood structure receives a facelift through the use of these flooring tiles over the top.
  • Rooftop: Use rubber or PVC tiles to create a rooftop deck gathering area, allowing you to make the most of this space.
  • Patio area: If a concrete patio deck has a worn look, cracks, or stains, you can cover it with tile flooring to create a fresh look.
  • Pool: In the area around a swimming pool, where children often may run in bare feet, having a slip-resistant pool deck flooring that also protects in case of a fall is a significant benefit.
  • Temporary spaces: Use interlocking rigid plastic tiles to create a temporary deck gathering area over dirt, grass, or gravel.

You often can use them all year round because of the ability to stand up to any kind of temperature and weather.

Deck Tiles Q&A

Can you put deck tiles over an existing deck?

Many of our customers choose our tiles to go over existing wood decks that have suffered damage or wear. Instead of sanding and refinishing the wood, or even replacing it, consider adding our tiles when the structure is stable.

What do you put under deck tiles?

One of the biggest benefits of our tiles is that nothing needs to be placed under them. You do not need a deck tile underlay product. However, it does depend in part on the type of subsurface in use. Covering cement may involve a certain model of tile versus covering elevated wood decks, for example. We have flooring experts on hand ready to help with questions.

How long do deck tiles last?

The longevity of deck tiles depends on the material in use. Rubber often provides the longest warranty period, which gives the purchaser greater peace of mind. In fact, it sometimes will provide a limited lifetime warranty, while plastic may offer warranties of up to 5 years.

How do you install an outdoor deck tile system over an old wood deck?

Installing interlocking decking tiles gives a customer a lightweight type of flooring that’s perfect for DIY installations while still maintaining a professional look. The most common connection system is a click-together loop and tab that secures tightly and that goes directly over the existing wood surface.

Can you install rubber tiles over an existing deck?

You can install rubber tiles over a wood deck without needing any underlay. Just make sure there isn’t any moisture trapped underneath the rubber that could cause wood rot.

What are the best deck flooring alternatives to wood?

If you prefer something other than wood for your deck surface, you can make use of several materials by using our outdoor tiles as alternatives to a wood deck. Options like PVC plastic, rubber, rigid plastic, carpet, and artificial turf are all available from Greatmats.