DuoFuse Decking Tile Grey (Pack of 11)

DuoFuse Decking Tile Grey (Pack of 11)

Brand: Duofuse
Product Code: DUOTILEG
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Price: £65.56 Ex Tax: £54.63
Description

Description : DuoFuse Decking Tile Grey

Dimensions : 30 x 30 x 2.2cm

* Note - Tiles are sold in packs of 11

Advantages

  • Will not rot, swell, splinter or split.
  • Easy to clean and to install.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Slip resistant, brushed surface.
  • Minimal discolouration, maintains original look.
  • Extremely fast installation: 1m² can be placed within 1 minute!
  • Low height: ideal for placing on an existing old terrace.
  • No accessories, beams, clips, screws, glue... needed: a hard flat surface is sufficient
  • Can be placed in 2 directions and/or in a combination of 2 colours.
  • Easy to remove tiles: useful for checking electrical cables, drain covers, septic tank,...
  • Guaranteed 5 years for all mechanical properties and against all ant and insect attacks.

Installation

Extremely fast installation: 1m² can be placed within 1 minute!

Thanks to the studs at 2 sides of the tile and the rings, at the 2 other sides of the tile, the tiles can be placed in 2 directions and/or in a combination of 2 colours. Due to this you are able to form different geometric figures. e.g. place a brown terrace, but in the middle of the terrace (where the garden table is standing) you place a grey rectangle...

Method of working:

  • Place a decking tile in a corner of the terrace.
  • Click the next tile on the first tile by clicking the studs of the second tile into the rings of the first tile.
  • Repeat this step until you have finished the complete surface.
  • You don't need to fix the tiles to the foundation.

If the width or the length of the terrace is not corresponding with a tile, then you can crop a tile with a saw. Please take care of the screws which hold the decking to the polypropylene mat.

You can choose to saw the plastic rings of the outside decking tiles, but this is not necessary.

When positioning on rubber or roofing, you must first place rubber tiles to protect existing roof covering.

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