Deck Tile FAQ


Eco Arbor Designs has been innovating and designing modular flooring systems for multi-family, mixed-use, commercial, hospitality, and more – Eco Arbor Designs Products offer the design flexibility to create, unique outdoor spaces with our versatile outdoor flooring solutions. Since 2004, Eco Arbor Designs  has led the industry in the design and manufacture of Pedestals and  Deck Tiles that create beautiful rooftop environments. This independently tested, modular deck tile flooring systems allows rooftop decks to be installed quickly and easily without damaging expensive roofing systems and allow critical access to the surface underneath. To see successful Eco Arbor Designs Products in use please visit our Residential and Commercial Project Gallery.

Decking Tiles, or "deck tiles" as they are known come in many forms. We narrow this down to "On Grade" or "Structural Deck Tiles". 

On Grade deck tiles are known as interlocking deck tiles.  Our own Eco Decking Tiles were one of the original designs in the modular flooring market in 2005 and we have continued to improve their design.  We created the SECURE Lok base which is a durable polyethelyene plastic tray whcih houses a thick and certified hardwood lumber wood slats.  When attached using superior grade stainless steel screws you have one of the best interlocking systems in the market today.  Available in 3 different woods including Ipe,  Curupay, and Teak.   These simple interlocking deck tiles are one of the best products for covered spaces and balconies.  When you need an elegant floor that is simple to clean and care for and looks great for years to come.  Our Eco Decking Tiles are the only interlocking deck tile system with a full 10 year warranty. 

Structural Deck Tiles are what we refer to as deck tiles for elevated decks or raised floors whether you are going up 1/4" or 36" in height.  This very versatile system can create a level deck over a sloping roof surface. Or a simple fixed height elevation to cover irrigation or electrical features in your outdoor space.  Structural deck tiles are available in Porcelain, Hardwood Lumber, and Stone.