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NewTechWood 1/6 ft. x 1 ft. Quick Deck Composite Deck Tile Outside Corner Trim in Westminster Gray (2-Pieces/box)
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NewTechWood

1/6 ft. x 1 ft. Quick Deck Composite Deck Tile Outside Corner Trim in Westminster Gray (2-Pieces/box)

$12.20 /box

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New UltraShield Quick Deck Composite Deck Tiles Outer Corner Trim in Westminster Gray is a great way to finish off the Deck Tiles. Designed to clip into the base of the deck tiles it hides the overall base of the Deck Tile. This gives a nice and clean finished look to your Deck Tiles. This profile is designed to fit into those corners that fit outwards.

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How do I install this on a raised deck to make sure the tiles don't shift off the raised deck? In other words, is there an extra piece offered to lock

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This can not be installed on a frame joisted system. It has to be on a solid surface, I will assume that this raised deck is already decked out. You are just using this material to cover it. Make sure first that your structure and boards are sound. There is no locking piece to the substructure. Our suggestion is to use liquid nail on the outside pieces of all your deck tiles to lock all of them into Read More
This can not be installed on a frame joisted system. It has to be on a solid surface, I will assume that this raised deck is already decked out. You are just using this material to cover it. Make sure first that your structure and boards are sound. There is no locking piece to the substructure. Our suggestion is to use liquid nail on the outside pieces of all your deck tiles to lock all of them into place. Although once attached together they behave as one unit. Each piece is 2.2 lbs each they becomes quite heavy once attached together. Read Less
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