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Rubber deck tiles, decking tiles for outdoor, Snap together deck tile, Exterior deck tiles
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Greatmats offers a large selection high quality . Outdoor decking tiles can be used to cover existing decks to create a new finish, or to provide a safer decking surface. Our outdoor deck tiles are made of a variety of materials, including plastic, rubber, and foam, and they can be installed using various methods.

Plastic deck tiles are most commonly dry laid and utilize a snap together connection system.
Rubber deck tiles vary greatly in terms of installation. Interlocking tiles may be dry laid or glued down, while straight edge tiles are usually glued down.

Foam deck tiles are typically glued down outside or use a peel-n-stick method indoors.

Waterproof deck tiles offer the following benefits:
- Preserve your existing deck without needing to replace it entirely
- Protect your deck from the elements, extending its life
- Quickly and easily update the style of your deck
- Optimize your deck's safety
- Provide fall protection (with outdoor rubber deck tiles or some foam deck tiles)
- Create a temperature stable surface so you can enjoy your deck in all weather

How to Choose the Right Decking Tiles

  1. Identify the type of surface that the deck tiles will be installed over

  2. Determine the size of the space that you will need to cover

  3. Consider all of the seasons and types of weather that the tiles will need to endure

  4. Establish your budget

  5. Decide whether a glue down or dry lay installation will be best

  6. Determine whether you will install the tiles yourself, or if you will hire a professional to handle the installation

Determining the Right Deck Tiles for Your Deck Type

Most decks are elevated, and have either a wooden or concrete subsurface. The type of subsurface that your deck is constructed with will partially determine the type of deck tile that you should use.

Wooden deck surfaces are affected by the sun, moisture, humidity, and temperature fluctuations. Over the years a wooden deck will begin to fade, warp, and splinter. Waterproof deck tiles can help to protect your deck from those elements, preserving the existing wood without requiring that you completely replace your deck. Plastic and rubber deck tiles require little to no maintenance, but provide years of protection while creating a stylish appearance. Outdoor deck tiles waterproof surfaces for increased durability and lifespan.

Concrete based decks are usually larger structures, or are installed at public venues such as swimming pools and high rise apartment buildings. When you're working with a concrete based deck, then plastic, rubber, and foam deck tiles are all suitable options.

Foam deck tiles are best for concrete decks in wet areas, such as in pools and waterparks. Foam tiles provide excellent slip resistance, but are comfortable on bare feet. Foam tiles provide plenty of cushion, and also maintain consistent temperatures for comfortable use in all weather.

Let's take a more detailed look at the different types of deck tiles.

Plastic Deck Tiles

Plastic deck tiles are made of a soft and flexible PVC material and feature a perforated surface that allows water to drain through the tiles. Since these outdoor deck tiles drain water quickly, they help to keep the deck surface dry and prevent pools of water from forming. This design helps to prevent slipping, while maximizing your use of your deck, even shortly after rainfall. The PVC material makes the outdoor deck tiles waterproof and resistant to the weather.

PVC deck tiles are UV stable and comfortable to walk on. They are also one of the lightest deck flooring options, and are incredibly easy to install. These deck tiles often connect together using a snap-together tab and loop style interlocking system. Installation can be accomplished by a single person, and if needed, the tiles can be cut to fit.

PVC plastic is one of the most economical materials for deck surface tiles. Some of the highest end deck tiles, however, can also be made of this material. Take, for example, the GreatDeck Outdoor PVC Deck Tile. This top-level deck tile is slightly larger and simulates the look of wood slats, but will not harbor mold or mildew.

Some PVC deck tiles also offer limited critical fall height protection.

Rubber Deck Tiles

Rubber Deck Tiles are a much heavier duty deck surfacing solution and carry a longer warranty. Whereas plastic tiles are usually guaranteed for between 1 and 5 years, some rubber deck tiles feature a limited lifetime guarantee.

Rubber deck tiles, which are manufactured from recycled truck tires, will not freeze or crack and are naturally slip resistant. They are also much thicker than most other decking surfaces, generally ranging from 1.5 to 2.25 inches thick. With the increased thickness and comfort also comes a higher price and more weight.

Made of the same material and similar construction of many playground tiles, rubber decking tiles can also offer critical fall height ratings. The recycled rubber material prevents mold and mildew growth and will not attract or harbor insects. Recycled rubber makes the outdoor deck tiles waterproof and durable, even when exposed to the elements.

Rubber deck tiles are generally easy to install. Most tiles interlock, and are conveniently sized so that, even though they are heavy, they are still easy to move and manage.

Foam Deck Tiles

Foam deck tiles are a popular option for swimming pool decks and waterparks. Foam tiles provide excellent safety and slip resistance, even when the surface is saturated. Additionally, foam provides a temperature stable surface, so even on the hottest days you can walk barefoot on the tiles comfortably. Foam provides a limited fall height protection and absorbs impact for improved safety in the event of a slip or fall.

Many foam tiles are designed to be anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, and can withstand the specific demands of an environment that is continually wet. Installation is generally a little more complicated than installing dry deck tiles; foam tiles like our Life Floor Slate Tiles must be installed using adhesive.

Wooden Deck Tiles

Wooden deck tiles are available in a wide range of styles, and are made of different kinds of wood. Because of the different types of wood used in these tiles, their price can vary by about $23 per square foot. The wood deck tiles' construction is quite similar, but the different wood types account for the price differences.

At the lower end of the spectrum is the GreatDeck Outdoor Wood Deck Tile Green, which is guaranteed not to rot, decay, mildew or inhabit termites for 35 years. This deck tile is made of pressure treated pine.

At the higher end of the spectrum are the GreatDeck Outdoor Hardwood Deck Tiles, which carry a 25-year warranty against rot and decay. They are made from North American White Ash.

We also offer deck tiles with a 25-year rated treated lumber base and artificial grass turf surface for a more comfortable deck surface without the maintenance of real grass.

Choosing Your Deck Tiles

Deck tiles can be installed on roof tops, decks, balconies, and other outdoor surfaces. Most PVC or slat style deck tiles can even be installed over uneven surfaces.

As you explore the different dry deck tiles and waterproof deck tiles, be sure to consult with our flooring experts. We are happy to help you find the right product for your needs.

Commitment to Customers

At Greatmats, we want you to be happy with your product and with your shopping experience. That's why we offer a price match guarantee, and we operate our business with the Golden Rule model - treat others as you want others to treat you. Because we ensure that our customers are satisfied with every order, we have earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. You can buy from us with confidence, knowing that your satisfaction is our priority.

You can feel good about buying from Greatmats. We give back to the community by donating 5 percent of our annual profits to local non-profit organizations.

Do you have questions about these products? Would you like a quote or a sample of one of these flooring options? Please contact our customer service team at 877-822-6622. We would be delighted to help you choose the right flooring for your project.