Interlocking Balcony Tiles

 
 
 
 

Why put up with a boring concrete balcony when in just an hour or so you can cover it with natural wood or stone that compliments your interior flooring and enhances your enjoyment?

HandyDeck deck tiles are not only easy to carry up stairs or in elevators (since they come neatly packed in boxes of 6 to 12 tiles), but you can easily lay them yourself... so no need  to put up with the disruption and inconvenience of having tradespersons wandering through your home day after day.

And there's no tedious surface preparation needed either... you just need to give the balcony a good sweep.  Then you simply clip the tiles to each other with the inbuilt connecting tabs to place then securely in position. Because the tabs hold each tile tightly in place, they won’t fall off the balcony or blow away in normal wind gusts.

ResiDeck balcony tiles

ResiDeck 'Woodsmoke' composite wood deck tiles

 
 
 

And you also don't need to worry about alignment or spacing of the tiles, because the connecting tabs ensure each tile is automatically aligned perfectly with precise spacing. 

If you need to fit around pipes, posts or other obstructions, SwiftDeck and ResiDeck tiles can be easily cut with just a handsaw, although a power saw or jigsaw makes the job even easier.

With the EzyTile range of tiles however, you’ll need to use a wet saw. But if you don't want to rent a saw or prefer not to cut the tiles, that's no real problem. You can simply fill in any remaining gap against the wall with some attractive river pebbles or other landscaping materials. In fact if you want to add a bit more creativity to your design, you can simply leave out a tile or two and fill the gap with pebbles.  

 
 

Balconies

 
 

Even regular maintenance is not an issue with HandyDeck deck tiles.    Just a sweep with a broom every so often to remove dirt or maybe a wash with water is all that’s required

Although interlocking deck tiles are not normally regarded as a “permanent “ structure, it’s always a good idea to seek approval from the building owner or condo management authority or check with any local building codes before you install any tiles.

 
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