Dura Deck Tile Resist

Fast Fit Composite Deck Tiles | Perfect for gardens and patios
Instantly turn any flat space into a stylish decked area

NEW for Spring 2020 : Our 2ft x 1ft Composite Decking Tiles

Refresh your outdoor space in minutes. No need for joists.

Transform your outdoor space into a beautiful, ready-to-use decked area in minutes with Dura Deck Tile Resist. These easy-to-lay interlocking composite deck tiles require no specialist tools or skills and don’t need expensive bearers or joists. Available in two great colours, Mahogany and Pebble Grey, the tiles can be used to cover unsightly areas to refresh the look of your garden or create a brand-new terrace or decking area in no time at all.

Enjoy maximum impact with minimal effort and cost!

Whatever your DIY skill level, you’ll find Dura Deck Tiles effortless to fit. A clever 360° outer armour is used to protect the core of the tile boards from the elements, making them resistant to fading and water absorption, and meaning you’ll never need to paint or treat them. The tiles interlock by clicking together to form a level anti-slip decking surface that’s both practical and professional-looking, and come with a reassuring 15 year warranty.

Interlocking Tiles

DIY (Rapid Install)

Low Water Absorption

No Costly Substructure Needed

UV Resistant

No Tools Required

The blend of high density polyethylene based resins and recycled hardwood means Dura Deck Tile Resist is UV stable and will therefore not lose its colour even in sun-soaked locations.

The speed at which Dura Deck Tile Resist can be laid also makes them ideal for quickly rejuvenating outdoor spaces. The tiles interlock quickly and easily without the need for screws, nails or bonds and will never need costly and time consuming painting, staining or oiling.

An ideal solution for avid DIYers and experienced contractors to transform an outdoor space by creating stunning tiled decking areas in next to no time.

Whether you are considering decking a domestic or commercial area, you can be sure that you are making an excellent investment in Dura Deck Tile Resist. Plus, there’s no need to wait before adding your furniture, plants or accessories onto your deck – so you can enjoy your new space as soon as you’ve finished the installation!


  • Hotel Terraces
  • Boardwalks
  • Pool Surrounds
  • Leisure Centres
  • Patios
  • Marquees
  • Public Areas
  • Roof Gardens
  • Flat Roofs


  • Co-extruded technology
  • 605mm length tile
  • Interlocking
  • Fits to flat surface
  • Woodgrain surface
  • Protective armour
  • Conveniently packaged


  • 15 year warranty
  • Rapid install
  • No tools required
  • No costly joists
  • Natural wood appearance
  • UV Stable
  • Easy to install

Pebble Grey


Dura Deck Tile Resist beats all other composite tiles on the market. Here’s why...

Dura Deck Tile Resist:

600 mm double width tile can be rapidly installed for maximum impact
360° armour uses latest co-extruded technology for greater protection
Straight and corner edge ramps add a beautiful finish from all angles
Excellent anti-slip performance in wet conditions
Mimics beauty of natural wood without the maintenance
Conveniently packaged 15kg boxes can be lifted by a single person
Patent pending design, unique in the marketplace
Wind uplift certified – tiles will not dislodge in strong winds
Solid board construction, tiles are strong and 25 mm thick
Reliable dove-tail interlocking system locks tiles together

What’s available from our competitors:

Only available in 300 mm width
Non co-extruded so the core is susceptible to the elements
Limited availability of finishing ramps
Slippery when wet, no real world anti-slip testing
Heavy to lift, requires 2 people per box
Plastic base feet just out piercing roof membrane and allow water ingress
Grooved surface has limited aesthetic appeal
No wind uplift testing, so may shift in strong winds
Non solid composition has limited strength
Loop and pin interlocking system is fiddly and liable to break when fitting

Dura Deck Tile Resist Profiles

The combination of the beautiful traditional appearance of wood and durability of composite timber makes Dura Deck Tile Resist ideal for both new installations or for tiling over unsightly or unwanted outdoor areas. The advanced material composition meets modern standards set by architects, designers and specifiers. All you need is an existing firm, flat, hardstanding surface to install our composite timber tiles.

Dura Deck Tile Resist is produced via a co-extrusion process where a 360° outer armour is used to protect the core of the tile boards from the elements.

The interlocking base means the tiles are easy to lay and large areas can be installed quickly as no bearers or fixings are required. Corner and Edge Ramps interlock with the tile to create an outer row providing a smooth, safe, angled transition between the tile and hard surface.

Dura Deck Tile Resist 25mm 605mm 305mm 2.52kg 6
Corner Edge Ramps 25mm 367mm 77mm 0.43kg 4 (2 left & 2 right)
Straight Edge Ramps 25mm 295mm 77mm 0.36kg 15
Anti-Slip Resistances
Slip Resistance Values – BS7976*
Longitudinal Dry 44 Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV)
Transverse Dry 52 Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV)
Diagonal Dry 45 Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV)
Longitudinal Wet 37 Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV)
Transverse Wet 37 Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV)
Diagonal Wet 48 Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV)

*(4S Rubber Slider) Pendulum Test Values (PTVs)
Low Slip Potential (36+ PTV) – Moderate Slip Potential (25-35 PTV) – High Slip Potential (0-24 PTV)

Install Instructions

Dura Deck Tiles are the perfect DIY product and provide an instant transformation without the need for bearers or other costly substructures. They can be installed on virtually any hardstanding or flat area where the ground is level. Dura Deck Tile Resist has a unique patent-pending base design which mitigates the risk of damage or piercing to underlying membranes.

Step 1

Work out how many tiles you’ll need

To work out how many deck tiles and or ramps you’ll need for your project, first calculate the square meterage (m²) (or square footage) of the area (length multiplied by width) and divide by the tile coverage. Refer to the base of this box for more details. A good rule of thumb is to order 10% more tiles than your measurements say you need, to allow for any wastage.

Dura Deck Tiles won’t interlock when laid on uneven surfaces, so you must be sure to fix any issues before starting. If you’re installing on top of concrete, sweep the area clean first. If there are small cracks of less than 10mm, tiles can bel laid straight on top as long as the sides of the crack are even. If they’re uneven, you’ll need to repair them first with some patching filler or compound.

Step 2

Laying your Dura Deck Tiles

To lay the first Dura Deck Tile, start from a corner and work outward. The tile bases click together easily without the need for undue pressure. Keep connecting the tiles together until you have covered the entire area, and the surface is flush and level.

If you need to, you can use a jigsaw or mitre saw to cut the last few tiles to your required dimensions and guarantee a perfect fit.

Step 3

Cut the Dura Deck Tiles

You can also use a jigsaw to cut the deck tiles to fit around an obstruction.

Mark out the area to size on a piece of cardboard to use as a template, and make sure to avoid any screws on your cut line from the base of the tile.

Cut your Dura Deck Tile according to your template, and use sandpaper to smooth the rough edges. You can now lay the tile as you would normally.

Step 4

Add Outside Ramps (Optional)

Once you’ve finished installing your tiles, you can finish the outer edge where your interlocking tabs will be visible. You can use pebbles or gravel to create a transition area between the deck and the house or lawn, or for a more professional finish you can opt for Dura<sup>®</sup> Deck Tile Corner and/or Edge Ramps to finish the area.

Simply start with the Corner Ramps, lifting the adjacent Dura<sup>®</sup> Deck Tile up, and push the tile back down into the Corner Ramp to lock into place.

Step 5

Complete this finish with the Edge Ramps by filling in the space between each Corner Ramp by lifting the adjacent Dura Tile upward and pushing this tile back down into the interlocking tabs of the Edge Ramp.

Step 6


Brush down the area to remove any debris. With Dura Deck Tiles, there’s no need to wait before adding your furniture, plants or accessories onto your deck – so you can enjoy your new space as soon as you’ve finished the installation!

Wind Uplift Testing

The Dura Deck Tile Resist has undergone wind uplift testing to establish their suitability in high rise building environments, where strong negative air pressures are often prevalent.

To instill confidence in our customers, through testing, we have established that a sample of 12 interconnected tiles do not lift off the ground to any significant distance. Individual tiles under the same wind loading conditions showed no movement.

To validate the suitability of Dura Deck Tile Resist for architectural applications, Dura Composites executed live testing using pre-determined pressure variations to mimic high rise balcony conditions.

Based on the results gained, we are confident Dura Deck Tile Resist can be successfully specified for high rise projects.

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