Laying decking boards makes sense for complicated surfaces with many slopes, cut-outs and curves, as individual adjustments can best be made here. Laying over the unpaved subsoil succeeds by using paving slabs as support points for the substructure.
|laying on earth|
The terrace elements are rectangular and can only be adapted to a sloping or round shape with some effort. The wooden tiles are out of the question, as they require a solid surface from which the water drains well.
And what happens now?
Next you can use our Decision-making aid for decking boards determine the right type of wood for your wooden terrace. After that you should our Deck planner for decking boards with which you will receive a laying plan and the right offer for your terrace.
The strengths and weaknessesHere you will find an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of the respective terrace coverings. Five stars mean that the material is very suitable for the application or meets the requirement very well.
|Laying on earth, grass, gravel|
|Laying on concrete, stone, tiles|
|Laying on beams or posts|
|Suitable for complicated surfaces|
|size of the wood|
|Suitable for low installation heights|
|Suitable for high installation heights|
|Suitable for short spans|
|Suitable for long spans|