Priorities for balcony flooring and roof terrace flooring
- Easy to carry upstairs
- Simple to install
- Not messy
- No specialist tools
- Great contemporary style
Our range of Bergo System 2 tiles completely meet this brief making them the simplest flooring for balconies and outdoor areas.
Each balcony tile has interconnecting lugs on 2 sides and corresponding 'pegs' tucked in on the other 2 sides - simply line them up and tap together for a complete floor surface in minutes.
How to lay your balcony floor ...
We recommend that you start laying your balcony floor at the furthest corner of the balcony from the doorway with the 'peg' side of the floor tiles facing outwards. Tap the tiles together until you reach the house wall and using a hacksaw or a jigsaw, cut the remaining tiles to fit and click them into place.
When you step out of the door onto your new balcony floor, you will see a complete pattern at the perimeter of your balcony. Generally Edges are not required for balcony floors as you step over a threshold to gain access and the whole balcony floor is contained, similar to a footwell. Bergo tiles are all neatly finished on the sides and the cut edges do not show against the wall of the building. Tiles to Buy.
Cut the tiles to fit using a saw. Ensure cut tiles finish against the house wall and whole tiles at outer edge of balcony.