They lasted almost 2 years in the extreme Florida weather , then, the rubber tore apart. Otherwise, the wood only faded .I would buy this again , but would not use them for the same reason.
just ok. put together by someone that can't see well. will not assemble well because of poor assembly. arrived with many broken units. wood is stained, not natural wood. wood is soft. would not buy this product again. parts that allow assembly and keep wood off deck is of poor quality and breaks easily. had the discription been more in depth may not have purchased in the first place. in this case you don't get what you pay for.
These deck tiles are a great value and are literaly a snap to put together. They are basically as advertised and what I expected. The tiles I would say have an inconsistent hand applied finish to them which I feel adds character, versus a machine applied finish. The wood characteristics has a chance to show some if it's natural slight variations and when put down in a criss cross pattern it looks great. But if you are needing each of the tiles to look exactly the same these are not for you. Installation is very simple and fun. I would buy a few extras to have around just in case you need to replace a tile in the future.
These tile are beautiful, and were very easy to lay down. We immediately sealed the deck with Thompson's Water seal in May, but by October, they were looking pale grey, but still fine. A second coat of Thompson's was put on before the winter. This spring, the tiles are very dark silver, and many are bowed, cupped, and uneven.Yes, we had a brutal and snowy winter here in NYC, but these tiles should not have suffered as much as they did, considering we DID use a good water seal product... twice! I just heavily oiled them with Golden Teak Oil and though a tiny bit of gold color returned, they are still mostly silver grey. The oiling did reduce the bowing and cupping slightly but I'm still surprised that these tiles have "degenerated" as far as they have in less than 10 months. If I had it to do over, I think I'd have spent more money and gotten tiles with thicker wood! In any case, these are a mixed bag. I have a feeling they fare much better in doors than out.
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