Roof Deck Tiles: Rubber & Plastic

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Options for Roof Deck Tiles

After a long day at work, having a place to sit and relax at home is a must. You may find that the ideal place to create this area at your home is on a rooftop patio. To create the most comfortable, stylish, and durable space, roof deck tiles from Greatmats are a popular selection.

We offer dozens of rooftop deck flooring options for our customers, who know they can trust the roof deck tiles experts on our customer service team to help them find the perfect products that fit their budget. With Greatmats, a rooftop tiles installation is a stress-free experience, so you can start enjoying the space sooner.

Types of Rooftop Tiles

You can select from among a couple of different materials for our roof deck tiles.

Rubber Roof Tiles

Rubber rooftop deck tiles yield significant durability while remaining comfortable. You can select between interlock tiles that are glued together or tiles that use a Quad Blok and adhesive to connect the tiles together. Tiles should never be glued to a rooftop membrane.

Rubber roof decking does allow water to drain after a rainstorm, even though the tiles don't have perforations. Rubber tiles are a good choice to place directly over a rubber roof membrane on a flat roof patio.

PVC Plastic Rooftop Tiles

PVC plastic rooftop deck flooring has a lower cost, less weight, and an easier installation method than rubber tiles. Although PVC is durable, it can’t quite match the durability found with rubber, though.

PVC plastic tiles can be extremely colorful, allowing you to show off your sense of style with the layout. Perforated PVC plastic tiles allow water to drain away. Some PVC tiles may require the use of furniture coasters for heavy furniture items.

Benefits of Rooftop Deck Tiles

Our roof deck tiles provide a number of benefits for you when used as decking flooring, including:
  • Maximize the livable area.
  • Increase comfort and safety.
  • Increase fall protection for play areas.
  • Enjoy a variety of surfaces and truly customize these fun spaces.
  • Protect the existing roofing material from the elements.
  • Waterproof materials to stand up to weather.
  • Designs with perforated surfaces that encourage drainage.
  • Safe to place over the roof membrane that may be in place.

Roof Deck Tiles Q&A

What are the best roof deck tiles?

The best roof deck tiles will depend on the planned usage case. A rubber 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.

Can you tile a flat roof surface?

Yes, you can learn how to tile a flat roof surface 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?

The best material for a flat roof is our durable, stylish, and weather-resistant rooftop deck systems. Just lay them out quickly, and they are ready to go. Decks and roofs may show wear and tear left behind from extreme environmental conditions, and they require regular maintenance. With our roof tiles, you no longer worry about that old, weathered appearance.

Can I turn my flat roof into a roof terrace?

Yes, you can turn your flat roof into a roof terrace. Our PVC deck tiles are lightweight, but they are also very effective at providing soft and attractive surfaces for hanging out on a beautiful summer night. This perforated roof decking works 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, you can put decking on a flat roof, 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.