Simulated Wood Tiles

Low maintenance interlocking deck tiles that simulated natural wood

If you’re looking for a do-it-yourself deck tile that is simple to install, requires no special tools or ongoing maintenance, and won’t fade, crack or splinter, then ResiDeck interlocking tiles made to simulate real wood decking are your best solution.

Due to the unique co-extrusion manufacturing process these tiles are non-porous, making them resistant to mold, mildew and stains, and much more easily cleaned than most porous decking. The slats are formed with a cellular PVC core and capped with extremely durable and moisture resistant ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) that has a slight texture with an appearance that simulates natural wood grain. The underside of Resideck tile consists of a plastic interlocking grid with numerous ‘feet’ which effectively distribute any load evenly over the deck and allows water to flow freely from the substrate surface.

A unique feature of ResiDeck composite tiles is that they contain no wood fibers. Wood fibers are normally found in conventional composite tiles and often lead to increased risk of mold, mildew and staining. With no wood fibers, ResiDeck tiles have superior resistance to staining, mold and mildew and being impermeable to water means their color remains consistent when wet or dry.

ResiDeck’s cellular core makes them lighter than most natural wood tiles, so in locations where they may be fully exposed to strong winds or where the outer row of tiles is not butted against any retaining wall or other solid structure, we suggest attaching a length of L shaped aluminum profile or a specialized edge strip similar to Schluter Systems BARA-RWL to the outer edge of the tiles to form a continuous row of interconnected tiles.


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Tile size (covered area) 12″ x 12″
Tile Height (incl. base) 1.1″
Base Height 9/16″
Slat Thickness 1/2″
Tile Weight 2.2 lbs
Packing 10 tiles per carton
Carton Size 15″ x 13″ x 13″
Carton Weight 22 lbs


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NOTE: Polymer products have a relatively high coefficient of expansion and can expand up to five times that of steel. They are also good insulators, which means that temperature variations across the thickness of a section of plastic or plastic composite may cause some elastic deformation where the material is not constrained in any way. Normally such deformation disappears when the surface temperature is returned to its normal state. As a consequence of this phenomenon, composite deck tiles may display a slight curvature along the length of the tile when directly exposed to very hot sunlight. The tiles will normally return their regular state overnight.