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NewTechWood UltraShield Naturale 1 ft. x 1 ft. Quick Deck Outdoor Composite Deck Tile in Peruvian Teak (10 sq. ft. Per Box) 20% OFF $43.18

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This item is 20% off the original price, which make it a great deal for this high quality decking. I personally use it for my backyard patio. Rarely goes on sale.

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$43.18 per box.
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Resurfaced my pressured treated wood deck with this product this Summer. Looks great and was easy work.
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EEK!vomitumm Borders and Corners are way tooo much expensive. Nice Trick HD.
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https://static.slickdealscdn.com/images/smilies/eek.gifhttps://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-puke.gifumm Borders and Corners are way tooo much expensive. Nice Trick HD.
You don't really need that many for most projects and some might not even need them at all!
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Resurfaced my pressured treated wood deck with this product this Summer. Looks great and was easy work.
Would love to see some pictures of the finished job!
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Resurfaced my pressured treated wood deck with this product this Summer. Looks great and was easy work.

would love to see some before after pics.
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Resurfaced my pressured treated wood deck with this product this Summer. Looks great and was easy work.
Do you just lay it down or is there more involved?
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Do you just lay it down or is there more involved?
You first have to look to see if there are any rotting boards and remove and replace them. Then you can lay these on top.
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You first have to look to see if there are any rotting boards and remove and replace them. Then you can lay these on top.
So you just lay them on top? How does drainage work? Do they need to be pressure washed?
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So you just lay them on top? How does drainage work? Do they need to be pressure washed?
I think for about the same price you could just replace your PT boards with composite boards.
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So you just lay them on top? How does drainage work? Do they need to be pressure washed?
Yes, you just lay them on top of the old deck and interlocking the tiles together. The tiles once interlocked become one unit. If you have a fairly small deck and do not plan to put any furniture on top of the deck, you can always use liquid nail to hold the tiles down. You would just need to liquid nail the edge tiles because if the edges don't move the inside tiles won't move as well.

The tiles have gaps in between the boards and therefore will let the water drain.

No they do not need to be pressure washed, you can just use some soap and water and a deck brush once in a while to clean it.
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I installed a 130 sq ft deck in about 2 hours and that included cutted the edges. No need for edge pieces. Full pieces snap together in seconds.
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This is my first time hearing about this product. I really want to give it a shot but have 2 concerns. I wonder will it raise the deck height too much that it will make the transition from inside to outside the house a problem? And the second thing is what are you all who have this doing about your railing? I would like the railing to match the floors and not look old or out of place being a different color
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This is my first time hearing about this product. I really want to give it a shot but have 2 concerns. I wonder will it raise the deck height too much that it will make the transition from inside to outside the house a problem? And the second thing is what are you all who have this doing about your railing? I would like the railing to match the floors and not look old or out of place being a different color
I also replaced my PT railings with matching boards. Very pleased with results. Not sure how I can send you a picture.
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This is my first time hearing about this product. I really want to give it a shot but have 2 concerns. I wonder will it raise the deck height too much that it will make the transition from inside to outside the house a problem? And the second thing is what are you all who have this doing about your railing? I would like the railing to match the floors and not look old or out of place being a different color
These tiles stand at .88 inches which is just under 1 inch. So for most situations it should be ok. As for railing most railings will match with the product. We also have some railing coming out next year as well that are composite.
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