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    Step 2: Choose the shape of your area

    Step 3: Enter your dimensions in millimetres


    Step 4: Include edge ramps?

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    • The patented ‘double length’ design (GB2586203) is superior to any other deck tiles on the market and made from high-performance composite timber
    • They are UV stable so they will never lose their colour, even in sun-soaked locations.
    • Each tile box covers nearly 1m2 (0.9m2/9.8 ft2), offering a generous coverage area.
    • Each tile measures L605mm (2ft) x W305mm (1ft) x D25mm. Each tile is 0.18m2 or 1.96 ft2 providing a stylish, easy-to-install to the decked area.
    • Environmentally friendly, made from recycled plastic and wood particles.
    • Click-on run off edge ramps (purchased separately) are available for a professional finish.

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    Experience a stunning deck transformation effortlessly and affordably! Our composite decking tiles are easy to install, forming a level, anti-slip surface that mimics traditional decking without the installation or maintenance hassles.

    Versatile for any use, our composite timber decking tiles, made from UV-stable high-performance composite timber, add instant appeal to outdoor spaces. Perfect for quick rejuvenation or creating temporary seating areas, these tiles interlock seamlessly without the need for screws or bonds.

    Whether for domestic or commercial spaces, Dura Deck Tile is a superior investment with a patented design. The tiles can be added to any firm, flat surface for an instant, hassle-free transformation.

    Transform your outdoor space into a beautiful, ready-to-use decked area in minutes without the need for a professional landscaper, complicated bearers or costly fixings. Enjoy maximum impact with minimal effort and cost!

    Save up to 50% compared to traditional decking costs, as no expensive substructures or professional services are required. The tiles interlock seamlessly, creating a practical and professional-looking anti-slip surface. Ideal for overlaying existing areas, Dura Deck Tile is a cost-effective and hassle-free solution for a beautiful decked space.

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    Double Size – Rapid Install

    Our tiles are double the length of competitor products for a more realistic deck effect and half the install time.



    The fantastic wood effect surface features a unique finish that allows the product to achieve low slip potential in dry or wet conditions.


    Protective Outer Armour

    Our unique 360° outer armour ensures strength, protects against staining, resists fading and effectively manages contraction and expansion.


    FSC® Certified

    The top surface of our decking tiles are created with up to 87% recycled materials, guaranteeing an environmentally conscious product that champions sustainability.

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    Technical Specifications

    Product CodeColourTypeNo. Per boxLengthWidthThicknessBox Weight
    FTR7001Pebble GreyTile5605mm305mm25mm14.61kg
    FTR4002Pebble GreyStraight Edge154033mm1269mm23mm4.84kg
    FTR4003Pebble GreyCorner Edge4 (2 corners)3012mm1029mm23mm1.83kg
    FTR3002MahoganyStraight Edge154033mm1269mm23mm4.84kg
    FTR3003MahoganyCorner Edge4 (2 corners)3012mm1029mm23mm1.83kg

    Our Corner and Edge Ramps can be added to interlock with our Dura Deck Tile to create a smooth, sleek and safe angled transition between the tile and adjacent floor service. Matching our tile colours in Pebble Grey and Mahogany, these added components provide endless possibilities for your outdoor space.

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    Dura Deck Tile:

    • 600mm 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
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    Every other Deck Tile on the market:

    • Only available in 300mm 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 surfaces have 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

    Our specialist services empower architects, engineers, project managers, and designers to design, specify and deploy composite products with ease. Our CAD, Structural Design and Fabrication teams support our customers make data-driven decisions about the right product specifications for their projects.

    Our installation consultation services include:

    • Pre-Installation Support, Training & Toolbox Talks
    • Contract Installation
    • Drone & Laser Scanning
    • Day 1 Installation Support
    • Site Visits & Snagging Assessments
    • Final Inspection & Sign Off

    Other value added services available at any project stage include Design & Engineering, Fabrication, Preventative Maintenance Inspections and Specialist Cutting.

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    Standard lead time on orders from our Webshop is 3 – 5 working days (Mainland UK; stock dependent).

    Large orders may be subject to palletised deliveries which are to the property kerbside only. Your order will need to be unloaded by hand (hand-balled) off the lorry side. A person must be present to help unload the goods and sign for receipt. Delivery drivers are not insured to help unload the goods beyond the property kerbside.

    For our Dura Deck Tile products we offer free delivery to the majority of mainland UK. Unfortunately, Dura Composites is unable to offer free delivery to certain areas – including Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Offshore Islands, Isle Of Wight, Isle of Man, the Channel Islands and the Isles of Scilly.

    If your postcode prefix is listed below we would be happy to provide a delivery quote. Please call our Websales Customer Care Team on 01255 446838 to place your order. Postcodes subject to delivery charge include:

    • Northern Ireland (All BT postcodes)
    • Scottish Highlands (AB30, AB33 – AB38, AB41 – AB56, FK17 – FK21, IV1 – IV63, PA20 – PA80, PH15 – PH27, PH30 – PH45, PH49, PH50, KW1 – KW18)
    • Scottish Offshore (HS1 – HS9, KA27, KA28, ZE1 – ZE3)
    • Scottish Borders (All TD and DG postcodes)
    • Isle of Man (All IM postcodes)
    • Isle of Wight (PO30 to PO41)
    • Isles of Scilly (TR21 to TR25)
    • Channel Islands incl. Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark & Herm (All JE and GY postcodes)


    If you wish to return or exchange your goods, please complete the form dispatched with your order and return within 14 days to the address below. Items must be unused and in perfect, resale condition and in their original packaging, and the Returns Form must be included. Once the goods have been received and inspected to check they meet the requirements outlined above you will receive a refund (credited back to the method you paid with) or a new shipping notification for your requested exchange within 7 working days of receipt.

    The replacement item(s) will be shipped to you free of charge (once per customer). Please note we cannot exchange items of differing value. If you choose to return any items that were purchased as part of a promotion, and by returning part of your order your remaining total means you are no longer eligible for the original discount, the value of that discount will be deducted from any refunds due.

    Please note the customer is responsible for the postage to return the item to us. We recommend using a Signed For recorded postal service as Dura Composites Ltd are not liable for any items that go missing en-route back to us. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Returns should be sent to:

    Dura Composites Returns Dept.
    Dura Operations Centre,
    Telford Road,
    Clacton on Sea,
    Essex CO15 4LP

    If you have not yet been issued with your Unique Returns Number (URN) or require a Returns Form, please e-mail customercare@duracomposites.com or call us on +44 (0)1255 423601 to discuss your request.

    Please register your product to activate your warranty. Dura Composites warranty gives you peace of mind and expert back up should you ever need it, so you can rest assured you’re buying the best in design excellence, quality and durability. Please note that your warranty must be registered and activated within 30 days of your invoice date to be eligible. For details of terms and conditions, length of warranty and how to activate your warranty, click below.

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    Composite Solutions for Commercial & Recreational Projects

    High-performance composite products for leisure, commercial and recreational facilities, including anti-slip flooring, fire-rated decking and…

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    Dura Deck Tile

    Easy to install 2ft x 1ft fast-fit interlocking outdoor decking tiles that turn any flat…


    Follow these steps to keep your deck tiles looking fresh and clean. You’ll need warm water, a stiff broom, and a garden hose with a nozzle that allows for high-pressure spraying.

    • Clear the deck tile area of any debris or obstacles to ensure easy access to the entire surface.
    • Starting from one corner of the deck, scrub the tiles in a circular motion, applying gentle pressure to loosen dirt, grime, and any other accumulated residues.
    • Work systematically across the entire surface area, paying extra attention to heavily soiled areas or spots with stubborn stains.
    • Using your hose or a pressure washer, direct the spray onto the tiles, starting from the top and working your way down.
    • The high-pressure water stream effectively washes away the dirt and debris, leaving the surface clean and refreshed. If using a pressure washer, make sure that the nozzle is kept a good distance away from the tiles so as not to damage the anti-slip surface.
    • Once washed, allow the deck tiles to air dry naturally in the sunlight. This helps prevent the formation of mould or mildew and ensures a streak-free finish.

    It’s easy to work out how many tiles you’ll need. Each box covers just under 1 square metre (exact coverage is 0.9m2 or 9.8 ft2 per box) and each Dura Deck Tile measures L605mm (2ft) x W305mm (1ft) x D25mm. If you are decking a square or rectangular space, simply take measurements for the length and width of the area. Multiply these numbers (e.g. 3x3m) to get your m2 measurement. It’s not complicated to work out how many decking tiles you need but if numbers aren’t your thing, you might prefer to use our handy composite decking tile calculator which will tell you exactly how many boxes to order and what they’ll cost. You can even add them to your basket and purchase straight away. A good rule of thumb is to order 10% more tiles than your measurements say you need, to allow for any wastage.

    The tiles have an integrated base with drainage holes and don’t need to be installed on top of joists or bearers. The only requirement for laying Dura Deck Tile Resist is a flat and relatively even surface. Dura Deck Tiles won’t interlock when laid on uneven surfaces, so you must be sure to fix any underlying issues before starting. If your existing patio area is prone to weeds or organic growth, we’d advise laying a weed control fabric down first before laying your tiles.

    Unlike traditional decking, which involves the installation of a substructure, our decking tiles can be laid directly on the ground. This means there is no chance of wildlife such as rats or mice getting underneath the decking tiles and making a home – which can be a troublesome issue for some timber decking owners.

    If you’re looking to deck a small, flat area that’s square or rectangular, and you’ve calculated your measurements correctly you shouldn’t need to cut any tiles. That said, if you’d like to deck around specific obstacles or if you have an L shaped decking area, you may prefer to use a jigsaw or mitre saw to cut the last few tiles to your required dimensions and guarantee a perfect fit. If you’re not confident in using hand tools, you can always add a few decorative stones or aggregate to quickly and neatly finish off any leftover areas, such as around a drainpipe.

    We’d advise not to lay the tiles directly onto grass or bare earth directly as a long term solution. If you put them on grass, you’d be likely to see weed growth or new grass coming up between the surface planks of the tiles in time. Also, if your garden doesn’t have good drainage, any significant rainfall could cause the tiles to sink over time. The tiles do make a great option to lay onto grass for temporary events such as BBQs or parties though, and can be easily lifted and stored inside a shed or outhouse between uses. If you do choose to install over grass as a permanent solution, this would be at your own risk and with the knowledge of how well drained your soil is. If you do decide on this route, we’d recommend you lay a weed control mat over the area first.

    Dura Deck Tile Resist has been extensively tested for its resistance to slipping, even in wet conditions, and has what is known in the landscaping industry as “low slip potential”. Unlike traditional timber decking, this means that our composite decking tiles have in-built anti-slip features such as an armoured and textured surface, making them safe for use in all outdoor environments. Due to their unique composition, they do not absorb any significant water, so you can be confident that they’ll be safer to walk on in all weathers than traditional wooden decking.

    The Dura Deck Tile Resist range includes edge ramps to provide a neat transition between the decking area and the adjacent floor surface, and corner ramps which help finish off external corners. If your deck design requires internal corner edge ramps, you can create these yourself, but we would only recommend this if you’re an experienced DIYer with the necessary jigsaw or mitre saw and a good understanding of cutting and measuring. If you want to do this, you should first remove the straight edge plank from its in-built base, cut it to the 45 degree internal corner, then cut to length to suit the external corner base (which is shorter than the straight edge) and then repeat for the opposite side. You can then reattach to the plastic base. If you require further technical support, please get in touch.

    We would always advise that the surface you place the tiles onto is a hardstanding, existing patio that you wish to cover over or other area of solid ground. We would not recommend installing over gravel as this may affect the ability of the connecting tabs to interlock fully and may cause movement of the tiles.

    This product is designed as an easy DIY decking area for customers who want the look of traditional decking but without the hassle. If you have good DIY skills, you can use a jigsaw to cut the deck tiles to fit around an obstruction such as a downpipe, but we wouldn’t recommend cutting the tiles to create a circular area as this would impact the stability and performance of the product, reduce the point of interlocking and would not enable you to use the edge or corner ramps to complete your design.

    The easiest way to check that your ground is even before laying the tiles is to use a flat surface such as a large book, and then place a spirit level on top to check the ground is even. If the spirit level indicates the ground is uneven, you may want to level it out or flatten it out before starting, as the firmer the ground, the better the results.

    No we do not offer a fitting service for the decking tiles as they are designed as a DIY product for those who don’t have the skills or confidence to install traditional decking and the associated substructure frame themselves. The composite tiles interlock by clicking together and can be placed onto any flat and level area of your garden (such as over an ugly patio) to achieve new seating and lounging areas with ease. If you’re not confident in installing deck tiles yourself, it would be a simple project for a handyman to complete using the measurements and quantities provided by our online Deck Tile Calculator.

    Yes, the tiles can be easily lifted by carefully removing each section, making sure not to damage the interlocking tabs so they can be laid back down. If your area is prone to weeds, you may want to treat the area with weed killer and/or lay down an anti-weed membrane prior to installation. This will also stop any grass growing through the tile base.

    No, the weight of the composite timber tiles once interlocked creates a stable surface that has excellent anti-slip properties versus traditional wooden decking. The tiles are also wind uplift tested, meaning they should not dislodge in gusty winds.

    In the UK, the tiles are now available in 3 stunning colours; Pebble Grey , Weathered Cedar and Mahogany, which provide a great contemporary look to any outside space. Each colour variant features an attractive woodgrain pattern for a natural look that will complement any garden planting scheme. If you’re after a colour that’s not in the decking tile range, make sure to also check out our 3.66-metre-long composite decking boards which come in 11 great colours.

    We’d advise not to lay the tiles directly onto grass or bare earth directly as a long term solution as within a few weeks you’d be likely to see weed growth or new grass coming up between the tiles. In addition, if your garden doesn’t have good drainage, then any significant rainfall could cause the tiles to sink over time. The tiles do make a great option to lay onto grass for temporary events such as BBQs or parties though, and can be easily lifted and stored inside a shed or outhouse between uses. If you do choose to install over grass as a permanent solution this would be at your own risk and with the knowledge of how well drained your soil is. We’d recommend that you lay a breathable weed control matt over the area first though.

    Where do we start?! Dura Deck Tile Resist is the result of years of development and has a UK patented and registered design that’s unlike anything else on the market. For a start they are double the length of most cheap decking tiles, so you can cover more ground faster, and achieve the look of real decking and not a dated square chess board effect. The Dura Deck Tile Resist surface is made from composite timber which features recycled hardwood content that’s environmentally sustainable. The 360° armour wrapped around each individual plank on the tile uses the latest co-extruded technology for greater protection and enhanced slip resistance. Cheaper products you might see in your local bargain store use a loop and pin interlocking system to connect each tile which is very fiddly and liable to break when fitting. Out decking tiles use a reliable dove-tail interlocking system that locks the tiles together firmly and prevents them for moving around once installed. If you’d like to view all the other reasons why we’re the best on the market, why not check out our decking tile brochure?

    Yes. All prices quoted include FREE delivery to mainland UK, except for the Scottish Islands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. If you are not mainland UK, please send us a quick message and we can advise on likely delivery costs. Please note that whilst delivery is free, if you change your mind and wish to return the tiles to us, this would be at your own cost and the tiles would need to be in a resell-able condition in their original packaging, so do unpack them carefully when they arrive.

    All hot tubs require a firm, level base which is capable of supporting the weight of the hot tub, the water and the bathers with no movement. Dura Deck Tile Resist is a decorative covering for existing hardstanding areas and could work well as a surround for an area with a hot tub because the individual tiles are easily removable to ensure accessibility for pump maintenance etc. However, they will not support the weight of a hot tub being placed on top, so you’ll need to make sure that what is underneath the tub itself is a structural sturdy, flat surface such as a concrete slab that will be able to hold a lot of weight without collapsing. If in doubt, you should consult your hot tub retailer for detailed load calculations for when the tub is filled and at full capacity, or employ the services of a qualified structural engineer.

    Dura Deck Tile features a high-performance armoured shell that wraps around the composite board to protect it from the elements, providing resistance to fading, staining, and mould. Although all decking (both composite and natural wood) will get hot in full sun, lighter colours do tend to be cooler than darker colours in terms of heat retention – so if you’ve got a south facing garden that gets a lot of sun, you may want to take this into consideration.

    Yes you can. The patented design of the Dura Deck Tile base was created to suit multiple surface types, including FRP, GRP, asphalt and rubberised roofing systems without any compromise or perforation to the surface or the function of waterflow.

    Yes you can overlay the tiles onto your existing decking area for an instant refresh. Be aware that for them to lay flat and interlock correctly, your old deck should be level, with no twisted or warped boards. If your existing decking area and substructure is very weathered, then be sure to lift your tiles at regular intervals to check the area underneath is not rotting away because if the substructure fails, then your tiles could fall into the void below. Dura Composites holds no responsibility for any deck and substructure failure whilst using the tiles in this application.

    Of course if your old decking fails, you can easily remove the tiles and relay them in an another area of your garden, such as on top of a concrete or hardstanding area. You can simply remove the old deck, level and prepare the area with appropriate drainage and/or a weed membrane, and lay the tiles directly onto the ground.

    The eco-friendly alternative to wood decking.

    Unlike our competitors our decking boards are created with up to 87% recycled materials, guaranteeing an environmentally conscious product that champions sustainability. That’s why we were the first composite manufacturer to be recognised by the FSC® Chain of Custody certification, awarded to companies that can track and document FSC® certified materials through the production process – supporting sustainable forestry and forest management. In addition, due to the 25+ year service life of our decking, we are cutting out the constant use of natural materials for exterior projects. This is helping to create a better, more eco-friendly environment for everyone!.

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