Jatoba wooden tiles 30×30 cm
Jatoba is particularly durable and supple wood. The weatherproof plastic grid with a practical plug-in system enables it to be laid without tools on any level and solid surface outdoors: on the terrace, balcony and garden. Outside, the wood initially darkens and acquires its strong reddish-brown colour. After months of weathering, brewing sets in. If you want to keep the color of the tiles and prevent surface cracking, you should wash the tiles with our decking oil treat.
✓ laid quickly and easily
✓ Resistance class 1-2 according to DIN standard
✓ weatherproof, shatterproof plastic grille
✓ from sustainable forestry (FSC® 100%)
✓ Free planning with a complete offer
✓ free sample delivery
Wood tile advice
In our online consultation you will find many answers to the most important questions about our Jatoba tiles: How are tiles laid? How cut? How cared for? With our terrace calculator you can also determine your needs or you can use ours terrace planner and have a laying plan and a complete offer created.
Our jatoba tiles come from the same forest in the Madre Dios region of Peru that our jatoba decking boards come from. In the forest and sawmill, the high social and ecological standards of the FSC® are observed and exemplary forest management is practiced.Origin
Wood tiles customer gallery
Visit our customer gallery and look at balconies, gardens and terraces that our customers have covered with our wooden tiles.customer gallery
Our sorting criteria
Every decking board is checked by us for errors. However, not every irregularity is sorted out. You can find out in detail what you can expect from our manual sorting in our sorting criteria.sorting criteria
Frauke M. -
We had samples of all four woods sent to us. Cumaru felt too rough, teak and garapa were too light for us. We chose Jatoba because of the color and the pleasant surface. The tiles look great and way better than those discount store acacia tiles we had before that had an awful lot of splinters.