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Composite tiles at Costco. Anyone used them?

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Apr 13, 2016
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Composite tiles at Costco. Anyone used them?

12 x 12 brown deck tiles. They seem to snap or clic together.
Would like to put them straight over very old 16 x 16 cement pavers.
The pavers are fairly level.
Has anyone used them?
they are 30.00 for 9 or maybe 12 tiles.
Thanks
Mike
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Jul 18, 2012
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BRAMPTON
I hope someone responds. I was wondering the same thing, but over grass.
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Apr 13, 2016
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Well Gamblors, looks like you will have to buy them and let me know how they work out! Lol.
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Apr 10, 2019
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Ottawa
My father put them over an old PT deck about 5 years ago (around when they first came out AFAIK). Deck was straightened and leveled first and as of today they look the same as the day he put them on.

That being said I can't comment on "fairly level" surfaces but I could see them getting unclicked with pressure applied in the wrong spot. I do think they would work great for concrete slabs.

sorry I can't answer your direct question; all I can tell you is that they'll stand up the test of time despite our climate.
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Markham
I've used these for a few years now.

On PT deck - it's good and looks the same as how we installed it years ago.

On grass - was lazy to do a proper job and only put in weed barrier - didn't rip out grass and level it with rocks/gravel. Installing it wasn't the problem but as time goes on and furniture pieces on certain parts of it...it begins to look like crap due to the uneven ground. So if you plan to do it over grass you should do it properly with it leveled and on solid ground.

Note these were installed years ago, which was a smaller deck tile size compared to now.
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Okay, great. That is good news.
Thanks very much boys. I think I will give them a go.
I guess you can cut them if needed?
Thanks
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MichaelR901173 wrote: Okay, great. That is good news.
Thanks very much boys. I think I will give them a go.
I guess you can cut them if needed?
Thanks
yes, you just take out a saw and have them cut between the composite tiles.
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