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Durability of wooden tiles

Of course, the resistance class of the wood used counts for the durability of the tile: tropical woods usually have a significantly higher durability outdoors than European woods. The material of the plastic grid is also relevant.

Durable by nature

While a wood of resistance class 1 - such as cumaru or teak wood of the wooden tiles Betterwood – has a service life of more than 25 years according to the DIN standard, a wooden tile with a lower resistance class, such as Douglas fir wood or acacia, can be attacked by fungi after just a few years. You can find an overview of the resistance class of the best-known decking wood in our Wood Lexicon.

Kiefer

Douglas

larch

Bangkirai

Jatoba

Garapa

Teak

Cumaru

5 years

10 years

15 years

20 years

25 years

30 years

Constructive wood protection

In addition to the natural durability of a wood, other external factors determine the durability of the wood. Therefore, the DIN standard for wood durability should only be understood as a guide. In shady places where the wood is exposed to constant moisture, its durability is reduced compared to a sunny, rather dry environment. In addition, the drainage of rainwater should be guaranteed - for example through a weatherproof plastic grid. Which plastic grid use our tiles, see the next page.

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wood pattern

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Care and cleaning

Quality

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wood tiles durability
Material plastic mesh

Origin

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