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Naturesort Deck Tiles (8 Slat) Reviews

 
Naturesort Deck Tiles (8 Slat)
Our sale price
$4.90/sqft
$53.95 Case
reg: $6.53 sqft
case $71.93
 
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Average Rating 4.9/5
 
 

Customer Reviews

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Durable flooring
Self-installed in Screened in back porch
from Fredericksburg, VA wrote...
Love the material used for both the top and base of these tiles. Easy to install and flexible while installing. Had to use saw for final edges which worked well with out falling apart. Love the color as we were replacing teak slatted wood floors which were crumbling after 3 years. Much better backing on the new tiles. Scheduling delivery took some time and had never hear of the company. Delivery guy was very nice and helped empty pallet in the garage. Took about 3 weeks to get the product. Cleans up easily. Took3-4 hours to lay 220 sq ft.
 
8 Slat tiles
Self-installed in Outdoor deck on second floor of house.
from Space Coast Florida wrote...
Tiles are rich looking and modern. They were very easy to install. So much lighter and less expensive than lumber or engineered wood. A few of my neighbors liked the look and the idea of outdoor tiles. The Company was nice to deal with and shipping was free!
 
Deck tiles
Verified Purchase
from Westport, Ma wrote...
It is a nice product but hard to cut.
 
Outdoor shower
from Coronado wrote...
Like that it lets the water drain through. Very happy
 
exposed patio deck, 4 slat
Self-installed in exposed outside deck
from Canon City, Colorado wrote...
This is the finest product on the market. I covered a redwood deck that continually needed painting, the sun and rain had really started to weather the 2x6 red wood decking. After an extensive search I found a product that is perfect. The tiles allow for moisture drainage and are very easy to install. No other product had the features needed.
 
Excellent
Self-installed in Concrete patio
from Brenham, TX wrote...
We ordered 31 cases of the Naturesort 8 slat composite deck tiles (grey) for our formerly plain looking concrete patio. The old concrete was stained and had a single large crack caused by an old tree root. After grinding down and filling the crack, I installed the deck tiles. They were pretty easy to install, except for the time it took to trim the edge pieces to fit. I did the cutting on a table saw, and they were easy to cut. However, depending on where the cut lined up, I had to relocate the screws on the back that held the composite deck material to the plastic base, which took a little extra time. Still, I was able to lay all 31 cases (about 340 square feet) by myself in one day. We are very pleased with the end result...they make our patio look brand new and it's now fun place to hang out! My experience with RubberFlooringInc.com was excellent. They had the best price of anyone I found, so I ordered over the phone, and was clearly informed about the shipping procedures. The tiles arrived at my house via semi-trailer truck within a few days of ordering them, and actually sooner than promised. The quality of the product seems to be good, and the composite material is very tough. If needed, the tiles can easily be hosed off, as the design allows for water to run off underneath the tiles. My only very minor complaint so far is that leaves sometimes get stuck upright in the cracks of the tile. I use my leaf blower to quickly remove leaves and debris, but there are always a few leaves that I have to bend down and remove by hand. Overall however, I would give both the seller and the product a big thumbs up! Thanks...
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Happy customer
from Serverna Park, MD wrote...
Happy customer

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Year round floors for the outdoors
from Turlock wrote...
The tiles were easy for me to install and they can even be pulled up if need be.
 
Entrance to basement
Self-installed in Entrance to basement
from Santa Cruz, CA wrote...
I am enclosing a photo of our installation of the Naturesort tiles, which are at the base of steps leading to a landing about four feet below grade, at the entrance to our basement. This had been a concrete pad, and we were concerned that, in heavy rains, water would pool and seep under the door. We dug out the concrete, filled in about 1 foot of 2" drain rock, topped that with a layer of much smaller drain rock, and placed the Naturesort tiles over that, to provide a finished surface for the door entry.

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Great product!!
Self-installed in Terrace
from Downtown Minneapolis wrote...
We just finished a project on our downtown Minneapolis terrace using the Naturesort Deck Tiles (8 Slat) and wanted to share the end result. We love your product. It was easy to install even when we had to cut some of the tiles. Great product!!
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