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Old 03-31-2011, 10:11 PM   #1
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Deck tiles - any good?


I just saw some thing on tV for the first time. They are decktiles. Interlocking wood tiles with a plastic base. Anyone have any experience with them. This not add.

http://www.decktiledirect.com/

I was thinking this might go weel over my old concrete patio

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I was noticing from the pictures that they do seem to deflect and follow and magnify any under-surface imperfections.

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