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Premium Quality Deck Flooring

Deck Flooring probably the most stylish and eye-catching in terms of look, with our flooring your outdoor patio or gazebo will get a stylish and modern style and attractive look. As we all know that wood never goes out of fashion and because of that deck flooring tiles will never go out of style. These tiles are now become a trend and also an inexpensive thing of the traditional wood decks. Also, these tiles will give our customers the most look of wood, subtract the weight and remove the headache of deck flooring installation so because of that, they are gorgeous to have in-home!

With modern and updated technology, you can have a mesmerizing and realistic wood look without facing the challenges of original and traditional wood. Deck flooring is just like the dazzling vinyl flooring in the market but in reality, there is a wood including in it. So there will be no wrong if we say that people are attracting these types of flooring in current time and want to have in their home and also in future deck flooring will replace all other kinds or types of flooring.

Discover the Unbeatable Qualities of Our Deck Flooring

  • Durability: Our deck flooring is built to last, with high-quality materials and construction that can withstand heavy use and exposure to the elements.
  • Style: We offer a range of stylish options to suit any design aesthetic, from classic wood finishes to modern composite materials in a variety of colors and patterns.
  • Safety: Our deck flooring is designed with safety in mind, with slip-resistant surfaces and sturdy construction to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Versatility: Our deck flooring can be used in a variety of outdoor settings, from patios and decks to pool areas and outdoor kitchens.
  • Low Maintenance: Our deck flooring is designed for easy care and maintenance, with minimal upkeep required to keep it looking great for years to come.





Choose the Perfect Deck Flooring Material for Your Outdoor Space

  • Wood: Classic and natural, wood deck flooring is a popular choice for its durability and traditional aesthetic. However, wood requires regular maintenance and can be prone to rot, warping, and insect damage.
  • Composite: Made from a combination of wood fibers and plastic, composite deck flooring offers the look of wood with added durability and resistance to moisture, rot, and insects. It also requires less maintenance than wood.
  • PVC: PVC deck flooring is made from 100% plastic and offers exceptional durability and resistance to moisture, rot, and insects. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns, but can be more expensive than other materials.
  • Aluminum: Lightweight and strong, aluminum deck flooring is a popular choice for its durability and resistance to weather and wear. It is also fire-resistant and low maintenance.
  • Bamboo: Sustainable and eco-friendly, bamboo deck flooring is a renewable and durable option that offers a unique aesthetic. However, it can be more expensive than other materials and may require more maintenance.


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Why choose us?

  • Extensive Selection: We offer a wide range of deck flooring options to suit any design aesthetic and budget, from classic wood finishes to modern composite and PVC materials in a variety of colors and patterns.
  • Quality Materials: Our deck flooring is made from the highest quality materials, ensuring long-lasting durability and resistance to weather and wear.
  • Professional Installation: Our team of experienced professionals will ensure that your deck flooring is installed correctly and efficiently, with minimal disruption to your outdoor living space.
  • Competitive Pricing: We offer competitive pricing on all of our deck flooring options, making it easy to find the right fit for your budget.
  • Customer Service: Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, with a commitment to ensuring your satisfaction every step of the way.


A: Deck floor is the surface area of a deck, typically made from wood or composite materials, that provides a stable and comfortable walking and lounging area for outdoor living.

A: There are several flooring options that can be installed over existing decking, including interlocking deck tiles, composite decking, and rubber mats. However, it’s important to ensure that the existing decking is in good condition and able to support the weight of the new flooring.

A: Wooden deck flooring is a popular option for outdoor living spaces, typically made from high-quality hardwoods such as teak, cedar, or redwood. It provides a natural and traditional aesthetic, but requires regular maintenance and can be prone to weathering and rot.

A: The lifespan of floor decking depends on the material used and the level of maintenance. Wood decking typically lasts between 10-30 years, while composite and PVC decking can last up to 50 years with proper care.

A: Some deck flooring materials, such as composite and PVC, are inherently waterproof and resistant to moisture, while others, such as wood, require regular sealing and maintenance to maintain their water-resistant properties. It’s important to choose a deck flooring material that suits the climate and intended use of the outdoor living space.

A: The maintenance required for deck flooring varies depending on the material used. Wood decking typically requires regular cleaning, staining, and sealing to maintain its appearance and resist weathering and rot. Composite and PVC decking require less maintenance, but should still be periodically cleaned and inspected for damage.

A: A mixture of mild soap and warm water can be used to clean most types of deck flooring, while more stubborn stains may require a specialized cleaner or pressure washing.

A: Traditional wood decking is generally the most affordable option, while composite, PVC, and other synthetic materials can be more expensive. It’s important to obtain multiple quotes and compare costs before making a decision.

A: When choosing deck flooring, it’s important to consider factors such as durability, style, cost, and maintenance requirements. You should also consider the climate and intended use of the outdoor living space, as well as any local regulations or building codes that may affect your choice of materials.


Dubai Areas

Emirates Hills, Jumeirah Golf Estate, Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah Umm Suqeim, Trade Centre area, Downtown, Al Safa, Mirdif, Arabian Ranches, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Business Bay, Al Barsha, Dubai Sports City, Al Garhoud Lakes, Springs Meadows, Motor City, Jumeirah Village, The Greens, The Gardens, The Green Community, Jumeirah Village circle, Jumeirah Village triangle, Dubai investment Park, Jumeirah Park, Al Furjan,
Dubai Hills & Mohammed bin Rashid City

Abu Dhabi Areas

Yas Island, The Corniche Area, Saadiyat Island, Al Reem Island, Al Maryah Island, Tourist Club Area, Khalifa City, Al Khalidiyah, Al Reem Island, Khalifa City, Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Al Reef, Al Raha, Al Mushrif  Al Karamah


Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm al-Qaiwain, Fujairah, Ajman and Ra’s al-Khaimah

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