Can you put interlocking deck tiles on grass?
Similarly, you may ask, can interlocking deck tiles be cut?
With the last row of tiles, you may need to cut some tiles to fit any remaining gap. SwiftDeck Ipe wood tiles can be easily cut with a handsaw, jigsaw or other power saw, taking care the saw does not contact any of the screws in the base of the tile. You can also cut the tiles to fit around posts or pipes.
Furthermore, can you put deck tiles over an existing deck? The deck tiles can be placed over an existing surface, such as concrete, stone, brick and even wood decking.
Beside this, can you put pavers directly on grass?
Although it's possible to lay pavers directly on the ground without digging, over time they'll sink and become uneven, which may lead to cracked pavers and full-on invasion by weeds and grasses.
Can you put deck tiles on dirt?
You will be pleased to learn that, YES, outdoor deck and patio tiles can be easily installed on uneven ground, grass and dirt. They can be used as a permanent, temporary or even portable outdoor floor. Many companies only sell interlocking patio tiles that work when installed over even, flat and hard ground.