Roof Deck Tiles: Rubber & Plastic

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These rubber deck tiles yield both safety and comfort, and they offer excellent durability. They are available in multiple options, including using faux grass, a rubbery consistency, or a plastic flow-through design to allow for excellent drainage.

Flat Roof Deck Flooring

Look through our catalog of models to transform what is easily among the most underutilized living spaces available to people in urban environments.

A rooftop patio system adds softness underfoot and creates a great appearance in an outdoor living space. Install them and forget them, while appreciating the physical and aesthetic benefits these roof deck tiles will yield.

Roof patio tiles can be installed in a number of ways, greatly simplifying the process for a DIY project. Or consider hiring a professional if the job seems a little too big to handle.

These are offered in different colors, delivering exactly what is required to match the current decor and make it look great.

Rubber Roof Deck Tiles

Rubberized roof deck tiles are a popular choice thanks to their durability, resulting in forgiving, comfortable locales. Installing them is easy.

An outdoor deck tile system featuring rubber pavers from Greatmats can be quickly and easily cut to fit around corners and obstacles. Border edging can be purchased separately. Cleaning and caring for the majority of rubber roof deck flooring tiles is as easy as using a garden hose or a broom.

Another nice feature of our rubber rooftop floor is the fact that it can be connected without adhesive by using an interlocking system. Take this investment along whenever you move to a new apartment or house.

It also eliminates the mess and added expense of gluing them down. These are designed specifically so they won't damage fragile waterproof membranes. Compare our 2-inch roof deck pavers to competitors’ offerings, and it is easy to see the impressive build quality.

Decktops come in many forms. Solid-surfaced units are some of the most popular choices that we have in our catalog of products.

These interlocking flat roof deck tiles will not be damaged by extreme temperatures and provide an excellent non-slip top layer that will not shift or curl. They are also far lighter than concrete alternatives, eliminating the need for extra roof flooring reinforcement.

Modular drain-through perforated tiles that simply snap together will allow for a dry and safe roof and deck surface. The holes prevent water from pooling on top. Instead, the water simply flows away, leaving a usable surface, even during some of the wettest conditions.

Roof deck tiles can be installed almost anywhere, as these rooftop tiles are safe and will not damage rubberized or urethane roof membranes.

These are lightweight, conveniently sized, and very portable. With proper care, they can be installed, removed, and reinstalled numerous times without any damage occurring.

Plastic Roof Deck Tiles

Plastic is less expensive to manufacture than rubber roof pavers. And, because it is lighter, it costs less to ship. This makes it an economical selection that appeals to a wide range of our customers.

We carry a few options, and some come with up to a 5-year warranty. This provides drainage and is designed to withstand the elements outdoors.

Each of our resistance rooftop flooring ideas has tab-locking systems that eliminate the need for adhesives. The interlocking tabs are made to stay together, and they will not work themselves loose over time. However, the tabs are manufactured to come apart easily if you decide to take them up and move them to a new location.

It provides fatigue relief and is much softer than the majority of people think. It is a great alternative to higher-priced units. These roof deck tiles are rugged enough to withstand regular usage of chairs and tables, and they function as a sound dampener too.

Whether seeking a grippy, heavy-duty, brightly colored, and lightweight model or those with natural-appearing turf surfaces, we have them. Browse our entire selection of decktop architectural tiles here, or call one of our customer service representatives to guide you in the right direction.

FAQ Roof Deck Tiles Q&A

What are the best roof deck tiles?

It depends on the planned usage case. A rubbery model will provide both comfort and a grippy upper layer. A PVC style will often have perforations that extend throughout the entire thickness, allowing water to drain away instead of pooling atop the materials. Artificial turf yields a unique look.

Can you tile a flat roof surface?

Yes, when making use of the right flooring, such as our rooftop deck tiles. Once laid out, these areas are perfectly conducive to picnics, barbecues, and other outdoor activities. Change a weathered area that looks too worn into a beautiful locale for gatherings, parties, and cookouts. It will be ready for all kinds of activities. Get the most out of the space without spending a fortune on remodeling.

What is the best material for a flat roof?

Decks and roofs may show wear and tear left behind from extreme environmental conditions, and they must be maintained regularly. With our roof tiles, you no longer worry about that old, weathered appearance. Simply lay out the durable, stylish, weather-resistant rooftop deck systems, and they are ready to go.

Can I turn my flat roof into a roof terrace?

Our PVC deck tiles are lighter in weight, but they are also very effective at providing soft and attractive surfaces for hanging out on a beautiful summer night. This perforated roof decking can be used for different applications, including spas, pool surrounds, and playgrounds, as well as roofs, terraces, and decks.

Can I put decking on a flat roof?

Yes, as long as the roofing space is strong enough to support the weight of the materials that the installation will require. Although this can be a DIY job, consider selecting a contractor to measure the integrity of the subsurface where the installation will occur, ensuring it will be safe to do these types of roof decking tile installations.

The Best 5 Benefits

  1. Maximize the livable area.
  2. Increase comfort and safety.
  3. Increase fall protection for play areas.
  4. Enjoy a variety of surfaces and truly customize these fun spaces.
  5. Protect the existing roofing material from the elements.

The Top 7 Questions to Ask

  1. Is this a commercial or residential planned use type?
  2. What is the climate in the location?
  3. What is the expectation for usage: playground, patio, pool surround, or something else?
  4. How long does it need to last?
  5. Who will install the flooring?
  6. Is it designed to be permanent or temporary?
  7. What will be the surface type of membrane over which the installation will take place?