Decking Tiles721/7999

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These ribbed timber tiles made from FSC Timber will provide a modern contemporary feel to any garden. Pressure treated against rot to ensure they last.

  • Pack of 4 ribbed timber tiles which are pressure treated against rot for longer life and covering a total area of 1m sq.
  • Made from FSC certified timber.
  • Size H3, W50, D50cm.

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Overall rating (3.7)

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3 / 5

Bought three packs in the sale. All packs were of different quality. I wouldn't have liked to join the packs as a larger decking area because they didn't match very well. We used them as a path around the pool and they serve their purpose. Not worth full price,but ok at sale price.

4 / 5

simple and effective

i just lay them straight down and they look great

2 / 5

Not what I expected.

Not what i expected. The boards pictured are smooth but when purchased had ridges. Once opened they looked as if they had something green growing on them, maybe mildew. They are satifsactory for my needs.

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you state size of each tile is 50cm x50cm x4 in a pack is 1sq metre

but 50cm x 4 is 2metre so is the area for the pack 1 or 2sq metres

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Please note that Argos is talking about 1 square meter. Square meters are used to measure areas ( how large an object is) and they are different from linear meter which are used to measure length (how long or high an object is). I hope this will help you. Do not mind all those thumbs down and keep being a "smiler"!


Each tile is 50cm X 50cm so 4 of these tiles put together is 1square meter


can the tiles be put on grass or do you need to build a base to lay them?

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As with any wood products in the garden, sheds, decking etc, they could be laid on grass, but probably wouldn't be very level, and wouldn't last very long, as they'd rot from the moisture.A quick way would be to use a grass cover/weed prevention sheet as a membrane laid over the area you wish to tile, then some gravel or sand, and then the decking tiles, obviously making sure they're level, as they're not very strong.Better still, dig the top layer of grass off, about 2 inches like turfs, then install and they'll be flush with your surrounding grass area which'll look a neater job.


these are best layed on a base to ensure they all stay on the same level and don't sink


Can you lay the tiles straight on concrete paving?

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