Outdoor Patio Tiles

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Interlocking patio tiles, Outdoor interlocking rubber tiles, perforated patio mats

Greatmats offers more than 40 designs of interlocking patio tiles, including commercial-grade, perforated, slip-resistant, and many more options. Residential and commercial users can enjoy the value of our outdoor deck tile system choices, which last a long time. Even when exposed to rough weather, these stylish rubber deck tiles deliver an excellent level of performance.

Outdoor Patio Tile Ideas

Patio tiles make use of a variety of colors, materials, and designs, simplifying the process of finding the right product. Rely on us to deliver outdoor patio tiles that focus on performance and looks.

They are portable, easy to maintain, comfortable, and colorful with interesting patterns, such as our interlocking stone deck tile model. They have cushioning that protects against falls. They allow for proper water drainage too.

We offer our deck and patio tiles in several different shapes, sizes, thickness measurements, and weights. With multiple choices, customers can complete a project in a short amount of time.

An advantage of using rubber roof pavers is that they consist of recycled material, making them an eco-friendly choice. They don’t require regular maintenance. In fact, they are made to be installed and then left alone.

In areas that experience freezing temperatures, our interlocking patio tiles will not crack. Full sun exposure doesn’t affect them, as they have built-in UV exposure protection. They will maintain a higher level of temperature stability than brick or cement surfaces. Sweep or scrub as needed for cleaning.

For families with small children, these are a smart addition to hard decks, providing fall protection and creating a softer landing than stone or wood.

With the right fall height rating, people who inadvertently trip and fall will reduce the possibility of serious head injuries. Thicker interlocking playground selections deliver a greater fall rating than thinner ones. Certain types have anti-slip traction to help prevent falls versus models that are slippery when wet.

We also have several styles of roof deck tiles. Most do not require adhesive, which makes them a perfect option for roof membranes, which could leak if damaged. Be certain that the membrane can support the weight. Our models could weigh as much as 19 pounds apiece.

No other underlayment sits on the membrane before laying out the interlocking patio tiles. No adhesive is required either, as they use a floating system to keep them in place, making it an easy DIY job.

Outdoor Patio Tiles Over Concrete

Count on us to deliver only those with a high level of longevity. Each has a warranty of at least 5 years, ensuring excellent performance and value well into the future. It may carry a warranty of up to 10 years in length.

Equine Paver Tiles provide another option. This product has a dog bone shaped pattern. They often provide a limited lifetime warranty.

Sterling interlocking patio tiles give customers another potential choice. They may have a 1.25- or 2-inch thickness measurement, meaning they fit on any subsurface. They will not pop apart if placed under stress.

PVC tiles can have a slightly raised base, which encourages the proper drainage of rainwater and allows airflow to dry the moisture quickly. This results in a lower chance of mold or mildew forming in the area.

They have a slightly flexible design to go over uneven surfaces, such as cracked concrete. To reduce the likelihood of tripping, consider border strips to create a smooth transition.

Outdoor Interlocking Tiles

One of our most popular options is the StayLock perforated, which prevents water from pooling. It has a design that interlocks and has a soft feel underfoot.

Compared to other brands, StayLock works nicely for installation on any type of subsurface. A customer does not need a subfloor to install them.

For pool and hot tub areas, consider our Pool Decking, which has a perforated surface that’s textured to prevent slipping. With UV stability built into them, they’ll avoid fading even in constant sunlight.

These will work nicely for sports courts such as tennis and basketball courts.

FAQ Interlocking Patio Tiles Q&A

Can you put interlocking deck tiles on grass?

Yes, as Greatmats has interlocking outdoor tiles that will conform to the uneven ground frequently found in this spot. This differs from interlocking patio tiles that competitors offer, as they often only work on perfectly flat, firm ground.

How do you use interlocking deck tiles?

Some choose to put interlocking patio tiles atop decking. They usually snap together, which ensures a secure fit. However, some have a straight edge and don’t interlock. These tiles may need to be glued down.

How do you install interlocking patio tiles over uneven concrete?

Our interlocking decking tiles can be installed on slight concrete imperfections. The material conforms, allowing it to match the undulations of a subfloor that has minor cracks or holes. The materials deliver a bit of cushioning too, which is nice to have in outdoor patio tiles. However, if major cracks in the concrete exist, repair them as much as possible with patching cement before undergoing installation.

What is the best covering for patios?

Some of our customers live where heavy rainfall is frequent. For those who want to do installations in exceedingly wet areas, we suggest using perforated surfaces with small holes, allowing rain to pass through rather than pooling on the top.

Can you place interlocking patio tiles over grass?

Yes, as ours are easily installable. Prepare the area by installing a landscape fabric atop the turf. Then begin laying them out on the fabric, working from one corner outward, snapping the units together. If any of the outdoor flooring over grass needs to be smaller or fit around obstacles, just cut it with a utility knife.

How to Clean Outdoor Patio Tiles

  1. On decks, patios, and other locales, they can be swept with a standard broom or vacuumed
  2. For stubborn spots, scrub with a neutral detergent and a nylon brush
  3. Remove excess cleaning solution with a wet/dry vac
  4. Finally, rinse and allow them to air dry

Key Considerations

  1. Budget
  2. Type of subsurface
  3. Planned use cases
  4. Importance of looks
  5. Layout plans
  6. Expectations for use of furniture