Outdoor deck tiles are an easy way to fix a cover old cover a small concrete terrace or outdoor space to a rooftop terrace. Available in a variety of woods and patterns, stone and wooden tiles have connectors that fit the adjacent pieces together to form the deck. Because not permanently connected tiles, you can change or move when you want. Clean the area where you plan to install outdoor deck tiles. Make sure the surface is as flat as possible.
Wooden tiles are more tolerant of bumps in the floor of the base stone tiles are. If you are installing tile over bare ground cover, put a layer of gravel and compact with compactor. Mix tiles from different boxes so that variations in the colors of wood or stone are not obvious. Place the outdoor deck tiles in one corner. If you are placing a border, leave enough space for it.
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Draw a template to help you cut oddly shaped tile to fit around pipes and other items on its cover, with a pencil and paper. Place the pieces of the border around the perimeter of the roof. Clicks into place. Apply a covering layer of oil to maintain the aging shingles, with a roller.