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Why Interlocking ElegantDeck WPC (Wood-Plastic Composite) Decking Tiles?

WPC Interlocking Tile

  • Our ElegantDeck WPC looks and feels like wood.
  • Quickly cover hard surfaces, trouble-free DIY installation.
  • No nails, screws, or adhesives.
  • Durable, will not split, crack, rot, twist or warp.
  • Low maintenance, no need to re-paint it, very easy to clean.
  • Survives harshest weather.
  • Water drainage.
  • Movable, versatile and adaptable.
  • Environmentally friendly & safe

Our ElegantDeck WPC Tile is an ecological product - made from recycled plastics and reclaimed wood fibers from recovered saw dust and waste plastics including high-density polyethylene and PVC. The reeded or grooved textures dramatically increase slip resistance. It is also completely recyclable.

Ideal for indoors and outdoors, such as:

  • patios
  • balconies
  • rooftops
  • porches
  • verandas
  • pathways
  • spa surrounds
  • pool decks
  • hot tub surrounds
  • resurfacing wood decks
  • basements
  • sunrooms
  • gazebos
  • greenhouse

ElegantDeck WPC (Wood-Plastic Composite) - Overview

ElegantDeck WPC (Wood-Plastic Composite) - Our Styles

   
Size 30cm x 30 cm x 2.5 cm
LWPC-1
LWPC-2
LWPC-3
LWPC-4

ElegantDeck WPC (Wood-Plastic Composite) - Our Colours

Colour LD
Colour LF
Colour LE
Colour LA
Colour LC
Colour LH

ElegantDeck WPC (Wood-Plastic Composite) - Installation

Step 1 - Prepare the surface

If you are resurfacing an existing concrete patio, then almost no preparation is needed. As long as the concrete doesn't have any large cracks with a surface mismatch either side of the cracks, just give the area a good sweep with the broom. If the surface is particularly uneven, you may need to level the surface with some patching compound of filler. On hard dirt surfaces, sand or gravel we recommend first laying a weed control.

Step 2 - Organize the tile design

After you've measured the area and calculated how many tiles you will need, you can sketch your design on paper to see what different combinations of the tiles would look like before you lay the tiles.

Step 3 - Lock the tiles together

Start laying the interlock decking tile from one corner of the area to be covered normally you work from the outer edge of the area and work towards any wall. Place the first tile in position and then lock the next tile into place by pushing down the edge of this tile against the edge of the first tile to engage the special connecting tabs on the sides of each tile. Continue adding tiles this way until the complete area is covered and all the tiles are securely locked into place to each adjacent tile.

Step 4 - Applying the finishing touches

To fit the pipes, posts or corners, you can easily cut the required shape from the tile using a jigsaw or handsaw. Take care to remove any screws which may come in contact with your saw. Making a template of light cardboard the same size as the tile makes the task even easier and avoids any errors in cutting the tile shape. Any screws in cut out sections should be replaced at appropriate points in the remaining part of the tile to ensure that all slats are securely fastened to the base.

ElegantDeck WPC (Wood-Plastic Composite) - Before & After

 
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