Balcony Flooring Tiles


Why put up with a boring concrete balcony floor when in an hour or less you can cover it with natural wood or stone tiles that will compliment your interior flooring and give you more to enjoy?

HandyDeck tiles simply snap together, so you can easily lay them yourself.  You won’t have to put up with tradespersons wandering through your home day after day, disrupting your life and creating a mess.

And there's no tedious surface preparation required either... just give the balcony floor a good sweep.  Then you simply clip the tiles to each other with the inbuilt connecting tabs, which locks them securely in position. And you 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.

ResiDeck balcony flooring tiles

ResiDeck 'Woodsmoke' composite wood balcony tiles


Since the tiles come with either wood, stone, composite wood or pebble surface finish, you have a lot of options in balcony decorating ideas. As for installation, the easiest tiles to install are probably the wood or composite wood tiles, since if you have to cut any tiles to fit the area precisely, or to fit around any pipes or other obstructions, these tiles can be easily cut with just a handsaw, although if you own a power saw or jigsaw, it will make the task even easier.

With the EzyTile range of stone tiles however, if you need to cut any tiles, then you really need to use a wet saw. But if you don't want to rent a saw or prefer not to cut the tiles, it needn’t be a problem.  If you’re left with a gap of less than full tile width against your wall, one solution is to fill the gap either with some attractive river pebbles or use our pebble or mosaic tiles. In fact if you want to add a bit more creativity to your balcony floor covering, one idea which works well is to leave out a tile or two in strategic spots and then fill the gap with pebbles or one of our pebble tiles.


Some balcony decor ideas using interlocking deck tiles


Although interlocking deck tiles are not normally regarded as a “permanent “ structure, you should always seek approval from the building owner or condo management authority before purchasing any tiles and maybe check any local building codes. As they are essentially a 'floating floor' covering and the plastic mesh base on the underside of the tiles allows water to flow away unobstructed as it normally would on an uncovered balcony floor, you really should not face any objections from the building owner/condo authority. And because the interlocking tabs hold each tile tightly in place, they won’t fall off the balcony or blow away in normal wind gusts.

If you have a particularly long or wide balcony, or if you are looking for other balcony decorating ideas, you may wish to consider our range of 2' x 2' porcelain tiles which can also be laid as 'floating' flooring using support pads under each corner of the pavers. See here for more info.

Interlocking balcony tiles need very little maintenance.  Just a sweep your balcony floor with a broom every so often to remove dirt or maybe give them a wash with water. In the Fall, if you live in an area where you get a lot of falling leaves, it’s probably also a good idea to vacuum between the tiles to prevent any buildup of leaf debris.

But whichever tile you choose - wood, composite wood, stone or pebble are the main options you can chose – you’re sure to be delighted not only because your balcony will look so much better, but you’ll enjoy using it so much more for relaxing or entertaining.

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