Although SwiftDeck wood deck tiles can be laid over most hard surfaces (concrete, asphalt, gravel, hard dirt), there should be no large cracks, bumps or depressions which could cause the tiles to lie unevenly or “rock” on the surface. If the surface is particularly rough or cracked, it's advisable to level the surface with a
Putting envirotile over soil takes a little more steps than over existing hard ground surfaces, but installation can be easily done. Follow the same layout directions as you would install outdoor concrete pavers, but you are laying out the tiles exactly as stated before. To ensure they won't shift, you will need to
With all these outdoor projects that I'm posting lately I guess it's pretty obvious that I'm all about the arrival of Spring. Yes, Spring fever has hit me hard. So while cruising pinterest I found this gorgeous outdoor wood tile patio. All I could say was: OMG! Not only is this gorgeous, but you can lay this right over
Learn how to install deck tiles in this easy-to-follow DIY video. Thinking about Can it be install it over grass or compacted dirt (with weed barrier underneath)? does it get blow away easily, we get heavy wind 2 3x a year? thanks . I am considering these to lay over the top of a concrete patio. Do they sit
Attention do-it-yourselfers: WonderDeck tiles were specifically designed for the DIY crowd. These tiles fit snugly over any structurally sound wood, concrete, or soil surface. They are made from Amazonian cherry and Andean oak wood. The tiles can be arranged in multiple directions to create a classic or parquet-like look.
Grass or dirt are not a dense enough material to get the proper ball response. Although a surfacing tile is meant to be used for a basketball court, it will need a subsurface. If you attempt to install directly over grass or dirt, you will get the same ball response with the surfacing as you would if you just bounce
Discover tips on how to install wood and composite deck tiles properly and where you can use them. Deck tiles are easy to install in locations that already have a substructure in place, such as an existing deck or a flat concrete patio. . Unfortunately you wouldn't be able to install deck tiles over compacted dirt or sand.
Installing a new deck or patio can often be an expensive project. However, you don't have to drop all your cash to get the look of a brand new one. Deck tiles are a much cheaper alternative that can help you accomplish your goals with much less money and time spent. In fact, they are a DIY lover's dream! Not Your Typical
To ensure that water will run off the paved area and away from the house, create a slight slope by grading the ground to drop about 1 4″ per foot in the direction you want the water to travel. Pack the soil down firmly with a hand tamp, or allow a good rain to do the job for you. Tamping down clay before laying pavers.
A complete diy guide to constructing and installing timber decks and decking. Lay the membrane over soil and cover with a layer of gravel to protect it. The choice between using decking boards or pre-made decking tiles will depend a lot on the shape of your required deck and also on your DIY abilities.
Deck frame structures over concrete, tiles or pavers. An effective way to cover up unsightly areas. Decking over concrete, tiles or pavers can be an effective way to cover up unsightly areas without the need to remove the concrete or pavers first. However, the most critical thing to check prior to deciding is whether to build your
Because you don't want to spend your summer hanging out in the dirt. But really…choosing the Composite & Wood Decking Artificial Grass Tile Brick Concrete Rubber Foam Carpet At $600 year, that adds to a total (including purchase and installation) of $28,800 over 40 years. Umm, that is
We leveled the ground as much as possible by raking the dirt back and forth and using a long 2×4 to level and tamp down the dirt. For now, we decided that was enough and began to lay our tiles down. We'll probably end up going back over the area and re-leveling it or even putting some sand down in the
Compact the Pavers. Do not use a compactor over pavers that have been laid on top of concrete. If you have laid them on top of base rock though, lightly spray the cobbles with water and go over them with a compactor. This will push them down into the base rock but not all the way.