You want to create your terrace newly or occupy the old existing terrace completely new? Beautiful! There are many options available for both. But you should first think about how much free space you have and what   would be most suitable for your terrace. If you would rather like to go barefoot on the terrace, then tiles should be avoided, as they are really cold, especially in winter, and do not contain any heat. In this case, a wooden floor is recommended. In addition, the floor should be adapted to the interior in the garden. That’s why you need to spend enough time making the right choice for your patio. Below, you can find interesting ideas about terraced floors and draw inspiration from our fascinating proposals!

Terraced floor with plastic tiles

Terraced floors with plastic tiles have enjoyed great popularity lately and are gaining more and more popularity among homeowners. These are particularly stylish, and at the same time very inexpensive. If you do not have that much budget for patio flooring, but still want to refresh it, then plastic tiles are the perfect solution for you. In addition, these are easy to clean and hygienic. Plastic decking is approved for all food areas, so they are so much preferred. Unfortunately, these are really slippery during rain or thunderstorms, so you should pay attention to avoid injury.

Terraced floor with perforated or closed surface

A terrace with a perforated or closed surface offers practical advantages. With the aid of a perforated surface, even after a heavy downpour, rainwater has run off the surface very quickly and the small bumps are prevented. Good ventilation is concerned with these however. Some terrace tiles made of plastic, for example, stand on stilts, between which the rainwater can run smoothly.

Terassenplaten create on the terrace

Terrace plates are rather recommended for new, not yet created terraces. In these, the height of the surface, the border and drainage should be planned precisely. The substrate for the terrace slabs should be set up as stable as possible. With a stable substrate, the growth of grasses and weeds is more easily avoided and the rainwater is quickly discharged.

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