Porch Flooring ~ AERATIS PORCH FLOORING
Aeratis Porch Flooring is a solid extruded PVC tongue & groove porch plank proven to out-perform wood, polypropylene, polyethylene and open-cell PVC products. Its unsurpassed durability coupled with a historic and traditional design, fortifies your porch floor against adverse effects while standing up to the scrutiny of the most
Tongue-and-Groove and Solid Profile Porch Flooring - Deckorators
The lightweight porch flooring is easy-to-handle on the job site and won't splinter, sag, chalk or crack unlike other porch flooring options. Available in tongue-and-groove and solid edge for versatile, easy installation, these lightweight, ultra-low maintenance boards will welcome you home for years to come.
Porch Flooring Material Options - The Spruce
With porch flooring, you generally find vinyl in the form of planks and boards, which assemble by clicking together to form an integrated overall structure. These materials can be as inexpensive at $8 - $10 per square foot, though high-end options can go as high as $20.
Porch flooring options - The Porch Company
The porch floor below is made of Ipe tongue and groove. Ipe (pronounced ee-pay) is a dark beautiful brown hard wood. A well-maintained Ipe floor will last 50 years outside and even longer inside. Porch floor 14:
21 Best Front Porch Flooring Options: Outdoor, Covered, Wood
Additional Wood Porch Flooring Options. Wood is still one of the preferred flooring materials for a porch despite their inherent need for maintenance when exposed to the elements. While this list isn’t exhaustive, these are just soome of the wooden porch flooring options for you to take a closer look at.