What are Interlocking Deck Tiles?
HandyDeck deck tiles are precision made tile modules securely attached to a plastic grid base. The plastic base is constructed with inbuilt connecting tabs which enables the tiles to be quickly and easily snapped together over practically any hard surface, creating a "floating" tiled surface. The tiles are not screwed, nailed, or bonded to the surface in any way, so installation requires minimal surface preparation, effort or time.
The plastic grid base not only allows water to drain freely under the tiles but with the SwiftDeck and LinkDeck wood tile range, it allows the wood slats to be raised off the surface, minimizing any potential problems with cupping or twisting that can sometimes occur if wood remains in contact with water for lengthy periods. The open structure of the plastic base also allows good air circulation, helping to prevent mold or mildew in damp and dark locations.
Top View of Tile
Underside of Tile
With SwiftDeck and LinkDeck wood tiles, corrosion resistant screws are used to attach the wood slats to the plastic grid from the underside, providing a smooth, splinter free surface, free from nails or screws.
ResiDeck wood composite tiles are constructed similar to SwiftDeck tiles except they use slats of wood composite material instead of natural hardwood.
The EzyTile range combines the ease and simplicity of snap in place installation with the beauty and durability of natural granite, slate and porcelain tiles. The natural stone or porcelain is bonded to a plastic grid base with a special flexible adhesive. EzyTile decking tiles are simply snapped into position over most hard, smooth surfaces ... no adhesives or grouting required. The precision made interlocking base ensures perfect positioning and alignment every time, without effort or frustration.
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Elegant and stylish architectural porcelain pavers from Italy are now being imported by HandyDeck. These large format 2' x 2' pavers can be installed directly on sand or on pedestal supports. See www.handytile.com for details.