Ti-Proboard Allows You to Tile a Deck. It's True!

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It's true! Since tiles comes in so many different styles, you can have a brick or stone look on the floor of your deck that will not only look super, but also be waterproof and easy to maintain. Take a look at the following video to see for yourself.





Deck Maintenance is a thing of the past with a tiled deck. Choose the color and design you want for your outdoor living space with a tiled deck. Create the style and elegance a tiled deck can give you. For the rustic look there are porcelain tiles with a brick or stone finish, or go for elegance with a porcelain tile made to look like marble. So many attractive options are available almost without limits.

 ti-proboard base for tiling decks

From these photos you can see that it is simply a matter of installing the Ti-Proboard over either a new or existing floor joist structure, and they following the instructions on laying the tile. The result is a beautiful, long lasting deck floor covering thatpeople will marvel over.



If you want to find a dealer in your area just click on the following link.  http://www.tiproboard.com/resources.html



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