Cumaru wood tiles FSC

BETTERWOOD " ADVICE » WOOD TILES " Requirement

The need for wooden tiles

A wooden tile is 30 x 30 cm and occupies 0,09 square meters. You therefore need 11,11 wooden tiles per square meter. However, this formula lacks waste and accessories.

Terrace calculator and terrace planner

With our terrace calculator you can easily determine your need for wood tiles and the amount of decking oil for your surface. In addition, you can also quickly compare the price of different installation variants there – for example compared to terrace elements and terrace floorboards. If you wish, we can also draw up a detailed installation plan for you with the appropriate complete offer. Use our for this terrace planner.

Plan a wooden tile terrace now.

We will provide you with a laying plan and an offer with transport costs and accessories. This service is, of course, free of charge and non-binding.

terrace planner

Table of Contents

Planning

calculate demand
Calculate the price
Shipping
wood pattern

laying

installation instructions
cutting wooden tiles
Care and cleaning

Quality

Best wood tiles
wood tiles durability
Material plastic mesh

Origin

Origin
Sustainability

Our wooden tiles

6,61 

Cumaru wood tiles, FSC 100%
Price: €72 per m2, resistance class: 1

Advantages: ✓ best durability ✓ particularly robust and scratch-resistant

Disadvantages: ✗ partly rough surface

Tip:Sand tiles after initial exposure to weather.

6,61 

Garapa wood tiles, FSC 100%
Price: €72 per m2, resistance class: 1-2

Advantages: ✓ smooth surface ✓ homogeneous, light color

Disadvantages: ✗ Ferrous substances lead to discolouration

Tip: Patio cleaning removes discoloration

6,61 

Jatoba wood tiles, FSC 100%
Price from: €72 per m2, resistance class: 1-2

Advantages: ✓ smooth surface ✓ strong color and grain

Disadvantages:✗ unoiled tendency to crack ✗ colored ingredients wash out

Tip:Clean and oil tiles after installation.

7,62 

Teak wood tiles, FSC 100%
Price: €83 per m2, resistance class: 1

Advantages:✓ Best durability and dimensional stability ✓ Lowest risk of cracks and splinters

Disadvantages: ✗ slightly more expensive

Tip: Terrace oil is not necessary if silvering is desired.