Weatherstone Composite Deck Tiles

Weatherstone Composite Deck Tile

Weatherstone Composite Deck Tiles

Material: High-Density Composite

Dimensions: 12-1/8″ x 12-1/8″

Thickness: 1-1/4″

Tile Weight: 3.5 lbs

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Composite Deck Tile System Detail

Composite Deck Tiles Available in All Colors & Finishes!

6in Weatherstone Composite Deck Tile

6″ Tile

Slate Weatherstone Composite Deck Tile

Slate Tile

4 Slat Weatherstone Composite Deck Tile

4 Slat Tile

6in Weatherstone Pattern

6″ Tile

Slate Pattern


Basketweave Pattern Weatherstone Composite

Basket Weave

Straight Pattern

Woodgrain Composite Deck Tiles Finish

Woodgrain Finish

Matte Composite Deck Tiles Finish

Matte Finish

Gray Composite Deck Tiles Color


Redwood Composite Deck Tiles Color


Tan Composite Deck Tiles Color


Anchor Gray Composite Deck Tiles Color

Anchor Gray

Cedar Composite Deck Tiles Color


Honey Beige Composite Deck Tiles Color

Honey Beige

Putty Composite Deck Tiles Color



  • Roof Decks

  • Balconies

  • Wood Decks

  • Patios

  • Porches

  • Sun Rooms

  • Pool Decks

  • Walkways


  • Will Not Split, Crack, or Splinter

  • 50 Year Warranty

  • Low Maintenance

  • No Noticeable Fading

  • Water Does Not Penetrate

  • Mold and Mildew Resistant

Why use Weatherstone Composite Deck Tiles?

  • Weatherstone deck tiles is the ultimate product for flat surfaces on exterior use, especially on structural concrete decks in marine environments. Weatherstone resists weathering, mildew, and mold.

  • Huge Savings – Why replace your wood deck or concrete patio when you can simply install Weatherstone tiles directly over the existing surface?

  • All you need is a rubber mallet to install your new deck tiles, (Tiles can be cut to fit with a table saw and or jigsaw) Watch our Installation slide show on YouTube!

  • Easily removed and re-installed for inspections or remedial repairs to the subsurface.

  • Easy cleaning

Weatherstone Composite Deck Tile

High-Density Polyethylene

composite deck tile

Stainless Steel Screws & Polypropylene Tray


Made for residential or commercial applications. The composite surface is made from RECYCLED High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) mixed with a mineral foam binder creating one of the most advanced and ECO-friendly composite formulas available. Covered by a 50-year warranty that the material will not split, crack, or splinter.

Our snap lock together design makes installation easy and fast, requiring no special tools or adhesives. All you need is a rubber mallet to snap together male locks into female loops. If cutting tiles to fit is needed,  a table saw or jig saw will be required. The unique design of the interlocking tray with its 400 cylindrical supporting legs promote drainage and air circulation; water sweeps through and under the tray taking with it dirt, sand, etc from the surface providing a self-cleaning action. The flow-through design helps keep the WEATHERSTONE COMPOSITE DECK TILES and its subsurface clean and dry.

Composite Deck Tile Male Ramp Edging
Composite Deck Tile Female Ramp Edging

Ramp Edging

Available in male and female for all colors and finishes

12″ x 2″ x 1 1/8″

Crumb Rubber Protection Mat

Protection Mat

3′ x 4′

composite cleaners

Krud Kutter


  • Matte finish may have variations in texture

  • Due to the nature of recycled plastics, there may be color variations between batches

  • With Polyethylene material, static electricity may occur

  • Gaps May Vary 1/16″ to Provide Proper Drainage
  • Weatherstone Composite Deck Tiles, made with recycled polyethylene, may telegraph waviness from an uneven substrate. Prepare the substrate as needed to ensure a flat surface.

The Weatherstone Deck Tile is a free-floating system and will follow the topography of the substrate.  

When installing a rubber roof deck, it is recommended that a protection mat be used 3’x 4’ x 3mm crumb rubber.  Since this is a free-floating system, allowances must be made for expansion and contraction.  

When installing in warm weather 75 degrees F. and above, allow at least a ¼” gap around the outer perimeter of the deck for expansion and contraction. The ideal time to install this system is in the warmer weather. If buckling does occur, you will be able to see where the restrictions are occurring and trim the tiles where needed. It is recommended to route any cut edges.  

When installing in colder weather you should allow at least 3/8” to ½” gap on the outer perimeter. In the late Spring or early Summer, you may need to make some adjustments depending on how much direct sun you receive on the deck.  

If the deck is longer than 30 feet, an expansion joint may be necessary.  

If your roof deck has severe slopes and crickets, we recommend you use our Deckstone Porcelain Structural Panels or our Ipe Structural Panels. Crickets on the roof surface May create buckling of the Weatherstone tiles. 

If any scratching occurs on the finish surface, they can be easily remedied with the use of a heat gun or a propane torch, making a light pass over the tiles will melt the scratches away. 




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26″ x 13″ x 6″

10 Tiles


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48″ x 40″ x 36″

300 Tiles


How To Remove Scratches From Weatherstone Composite Deck Tiles

Weatherstone Installation Process