Click tiles on the balcony: the easiest way to flooring

The bare concrete floor on the balcony is often not particularly attractive - as tiles on a balcony with classic ceramic tiles are often time-consuming and complicated. Click tiles for the balcony offer a good alternative here. Read in this post what these tiles can, bring and cost.

Click tiles: you can lay many different floor coverings yourself in no time at all

Click tiles have an important advantage: They can be laid by anyone themselves and create a seamless, firm connection with one another without any problems. This means that they are not only suitable for balconies, but can even be laid completely freely, without limitation.

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  • Wood is the most common, and many different types of wood are used here
  • Natural stone is also used, also with a natural stone mosaic look
  • Plastic is also possible
  • Click tiles made of ceramic are sometimes also suitable for outdoor use, but by far not always

Wooden tiles consist of a floorboard which can often be a little higher than other click tiles. In terms of their weather resistance, imitation wood made of plastic may also be worth considering.

Plastic tiles are naturally completely weatherproof - which is not always the case for wood: it can warp or develop a patina over time under the influence of the weather. But that's also sometimes what makes it so attractive. WPC is the ideal combination of wood and plastic.

There are various options for natural stone, some tiles also contain natural stone mosaics, which look very nice after laying. Most natural stones are relatively durable and insensitive, even if there is sometimes a risk of discoloration due to chemical reactions in individual stones.

Most hardware stores also carry the click tiles for the terrace or balcony - but you can find specialist retailers such as balkon-oase on the or often larger. The prices start at around 3 euros per tile in the format 30 x 30 or 40 x 40 cm, depending on the material.

So you can save costs

Modern materials that are manufactured industrially - such as WPC - can often be significantly more expensive than natural materials. Depending on your requirements, you should also reconsider the choice of material if you want to save costs.

Tips & Tricks In order to avoid having to laboriously cut edge pieces, you can experiment with different tile sizes during the planning phase; in some cases this works.