Outdoor

Expanding your indoors to outdoors has never been more affordable, easy, and versatile. Make your patio or garden a place where everyone wants to spend time together with beautiful decking, tiles, and deck accessories. From uniquely patterned deck tiles to splinter-free, smooth or grooved composites, you can find exactly what you're looking for at BuildDirect.

Choose The Best Outdoor Products For You

Composite decking Outdoor
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Designed for maximum durability.
Fade, stain, scratch, mold, and rot resistant. Won’t crack or warp.
Insect-proof and splinter-free, making it safe for families with kids and pets.
Choose between grooved and smooth boards.
Decking Tiles Outdoor
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Long-lasting outdoor flooring that can be installed over existing surfaces.
Available in attractive designs and patterns.
Interlocking systems that can be installed quickly and look good for years with minimal upkeep.
No need for adhesives, grout, or glue.
Wood Decking Outdoor
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Naturally beautiful and truly dependable.
Durable and adds value to your property.
Nothing compares to the natural look of wood.
Many species are more affordable than composite decking.
Easily customizable with different stains.
Porcelain Tiles Outdoor
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Durable and low maintenance.
No periodic sanding or sealers are required.
Fade resistant - porcelain pavers will keep their color for longer.
Can withstand moisture penetration.
A wide variety of looks, from rustic to elegant.
Versatile and suitable for high traffic applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are pavers?
What are the most common shapes of pavers for me to consider?
Why should I consider natural stone pavers?
What are some advantages of slate, granite and travertine as pavers?
Can I get uniform colors with natural stone pavers?
How can I fix deck scratches?
What does the term “flamed” mean for stone pavers?
Where can I install stone pavers?
How long will my natural stone pavers last?
How do I take care of natural stone pavers?
Can composite decking be painted or stained?
What are the different kinds of wood decking?
How do you clean outdoor tiles?
Can you lay outdoor tiles on sand or dirt?
Are outdoor tiles durable?

What BuildDirect Customers Are Saying

Verified Purchased
I ordered a few samples from build direct as we were trying to find the perfect tile for our kitchen/ laundry room area. Tiles just were delivered and they're beautiful and well worth the price, I went to multiple places and nobody could beat the price and their tiles were the same quality. We're very excited for them to go down this week!
Jordin T
Grove City, OH
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Outdoor Tile Options for Your Deck Or Patio
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Outdoor tiles come in many shapes and forms. Not only are they available in virtually any color, pattern, or material, but they are all strong enough to last in outdoor environments. Here is an overview of the top outdoor tile types to help you select the best material for your patio or deck:

Natural Stone Tiles

Natural stone is the umbrella term for tiles made from granite, slate, limestone, and travertine. Tiles made from these materials are popular because they work seamlessly in an outdoor environment. However, you’ll pay a bit more for their head-turning appearance.

Granite

Granite tiles are the hardest natural stone tiles, so you’ll find them very durable and resilient to the elements. It is one of the best outdoor tile options if you are looking for natural stone. Granite tiles are also available in a range of colors, from striking white to moody black.

Marble

Marble needs to be sealed to withstand the weather and foot traffic as it is slightly less hard and more porous. Many homeowners love the elegant look that the unique, veined finish offers. Marble is available in a variety of interesting colors.

Slate

Slate isn’t as hard as marble and granite, but it is tough enough for any outdoor area. The colors and textures of slate tiles vary, thereby creating real visual interest.

Limestone

Limestone is a softer, more porous stone, so you’ll need to seal these tiles to protect them from stains and weather damage. It also shows wear easily, so they’re not recommended for high traffic areas. They’re also prone to cracking during cold winters.

Travertine

The texture and composition of travertine is similar to regular limestone, but it is more brittle and softer as it is made up of mostly calcite. Travertine tiles also require sealing before it can be used.

Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain tiles are a great choice for your deck or patio area. These clay-based tiles are non-porous, fade-resistant, and very durable. As they’re baked in fiery hot kilns, porcelain tiles won’t crack in weather extremes like stone tiles can. That makes them a smart choice for homes in cities with very hot summers and icy winters.

Wood Tiles

Among outdoor tile options, wood tiles are very affordable because of their ready availability. They also come in more colors than you might expect. From creamy pale woods to dramatic darker woods, wood tiles can create a range of looks for less. Some wood tiles even have elevated PVC platforms for better drainage.