Different Types of Deck Tiles

When it comes to outdoors furnishing, you’re going to have be more precise with the material that you will be using. Unlike choosing a flooring material for compact bathroom design, a new deck flooring for your backyard is a tedious and time consuming project and can also be an expensive one.

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A more inexpensive available now is deck tiles. Tile manufacturers have come up with ceramic floor tile and ceramic wall tiles with endless styles, and now have expanded into making deck tiles too. Made from a variety of great looking materials, these tiles are an easy way to give your existing deck a face-lift. You can use these to create a new outdoor surface without too much hard work.

Deck tiles will definitely add visual panache to your outdoor environment like how glossy wall tiles do to your home. All you need is the right type of decking that suits your needs and wants. Deck tiles are large square or rectangular tiles that are made from a range of materials – from ceramic, stone to wood. A variety of options are available in the market and so it can be rather difficult to make a choice.

That’s why you should learn about the different types of deck tiles:

Ceramic Deck Tiles – Ceramic tiles has good anti-slip properties owing to transparent silica and surface coating. This material comes in varied styles and colors for you to choose from and is highly water resistant and can stand against extreme conditions outdoors.

Wood Deck Tiles – Unlike hardwood, these tiles are resistant to insects, molds, rot and decay. These tiles also have excellent fire-resistant properties. Moreover, this material displays very little tendency to warp or twist even under extreme conditions.

Teak Deck Tiles – A highly regarded hardwood, it is traditionally used for outdoor projects due to its excellent weather resistance properties. These tiles are made with this material that is slightly softer than other wood.

Slate Deck Tiles – These tiles are used for both practical and decorative purposes. Slate is moderately hard material but it can be slightly scratched with sharp objects. In case of severe climatic conditions, it is recommended to use a special slate sealer.

Bathroom Now Cleaner & Bigger

We hear you loud and clear! The bathroom space is one of the most important places in a house and also one of the most difficult to maintain. In this blog, we have got you covered in terms of how to get more mileage out of your efforts and help this high traffic room stay fresh longer and look bigger!

Microfiber mop: 

A microfiber mop is an excellent tool for cleaning ceramic floor tiles and can also be used to reach any high up tiling on the ceiling without straining your arms.  

Stop moisture in its tracks: 

Nothing helps delay mildew stains like a dry shower. On the showerhead hand a squeegee over there and make it a mandate that the last one to take a shower wiped down the walls, tub, and shower doors. A couple extra minutes of work can minimise cleaning time in a long run.

Steam cleaning:  

It is a fact that a steam cleaner can be used on various surfaces in your house on materials from carpets to ceramics to glass floor tiles. It can successfully help remove built-up dirt, hence making it an easy-peasy job. You need to own one now!

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Skip the bar soap at the sink:

Use a liquid soap with a pump or a hands-free soap dispenser instead. Eliminating the grimy soap dish that we trapped in at all times. This will help the sink and the countertop stay cleaner and look nicer to the eye.

Bigger and brighter space: 

Living in a time and age wherein compact bathroom designs are popular, usage of white tiles and translucent shower cells will not only help the area look bigger and brighter but will also be supremely easy to maintain in terms of cleanliness.

Tell us what is your trick to keeping your bathroom clean and how do you create an illusion for a bigger space?