Balcony wooden floorboards are an enhancement for every outdoor area


With balcony wooden floorboards, every outdoor area can be embellished and made homely. A covering made of the natural material brings comfort, is warm to the feet and conjures up a special ambience. Wooden planks are also easy to install, depending on the selected type of wood or the balcony surface may require a substructure.

Always lay wood well with wood

If you want to provide your balcony with a floor, of course, also pay attention to what structural changes arise. Anyone who chooses wood as a material, can easily cover the existing balcony floor with wooden floorboards, no major effort is required.

Weather resistant and robust

In addition to the visual effect that a balcony flooring creates, of course, the properties of the wood used play a crucial role. The soil may be exposed to a variety of weather conditions throughout the year.

Weatherproof Douglas fir

The most selected wood species for a balcony surface is Douglas fir wood. It is the ideal wood for outdoor use due to its characteristics. It offers some advantages over other softwoods, has a low resin content, is soft, tough and easy to process, glue and varnish.

Douglas fir trees are quite large, due to the possible large dimensions are also correspondingly long planks commercially available. In addition, it has a natural durability as well as a decorative appearance. Douglas fir can also assume supporting functions.

Acacia wood with patina

Acacia wood is also weatherproof and gets its own patina through the sun, rain and wind. It is easy to clean with soapy water and with regular care, this wood keeps quite a long time.

Tips & Tricks

If wooden balcony planks are laid, sch recommends in any case additional protection by painting with a special agent, such as glaze. If the wood is exposed to long-lasting and high humidity, pressure impregnation is recommended.


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