Profile cover photo
Profile photo
OUTDOOR FLOORS
10 followers -
We supply and install stylish floor coverings. Balcony, patio, terrace and porch flooring. Toronto and GTA.
We supply and install stylish floor coverings. Balcony, patio, terrace and porch flooring. Toronto and GTA.

10 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Latest Home Depot WPC tiles. BEWARE! These are obviously not suited to our climate, not to mention rainwater or snow.
PhotoPhotoPhoto
3/7/18
3 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
These are 2x1 plastic resin tiles, side by side. Home Depot. The one by one tiles are not prone to warping, unlike these.
PhotoPhotoPhoto
3/7/18
3 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has shared content

Post has attachment
Acacia tiles from Ikea fade in unusual patterns that is rather ugly. If it was uniform, then it wouldn't be so bad.
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
3/7/18
4 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
These are only a few years old. Costco and other acacia wood tiles do not stand up to our harsh climate in Toronto and GTA! Unless you want to farm some moss.
Photo
Photo
3/7/18
2 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Dark Grey plastic resin tiles look amazing and feel great on the feet! Installation done in 2016 at a waterfront (Lake Ontario) condo in Oakville. See our website for more! www.theoutdoorfloors.com
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
3/28/17
6 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Why installing a balcony or terrace floor can get quickly complicated. Check out our blog at http://www.theoutdoorfloors.com/bloggers-den-updates/cutting-deck-tiles/
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
3/28/17
7 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Ipe is a South American hardwood, pronounced "eepay". It is so hard it dulls our saw blades very quickly. Although more expensive than WPC, rubber or plastic resin deck tiles, these are A-one! Don't even think about comparing Acacia which is from big box stores. Those wood tiles do not hold up in our extreme climate.

Pictured here are some images from an Ipe balcony installation in Toronto. 2x1 foot tiles look fantastic in linear pattern!
PhotoPhotoPhoto
22/03/2017
3 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Ipe wood installation. Composite photo showing AFTER (foreground) vs. BEFORE (background). For full portfolio, please go to http://www.theoutdoorfloors.com/portfolio/wooden-floor-installation-toronto-balcony/
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Lighter colours of balcony flooring tiles. All are made from high quality, durable plastic resins.
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
2016-12-04
6 Photos - View album
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded