Supple. Synthetic. Spectacular.
KANDY® Grass interlocking outdoor flooring deck tiles let you enjoy a patch of manicured lawn, even if your condo balcony is several stories up.
It’s easy to augment your outdoor flooring design with the luxurious look and feel of natural-looking KANDY® Grass.
KANDY® Grass is frost and heat resistant, UV stabilized, with environmentally friendly synthetic grass blades that look and feel like the real thing.
The Sweet Treat for your Feet®!
KANDY Grass expands your design options: create a border, intersperse KANDY Grass with our Ipe, Tigerwood, Canadian Collection[BWS1] , or another one of KANDY’s outdoor flooring products for a look that is perfectly and uniquely yours.
KANDY Grass delivers:
- A fresh-cut look without any of the work – needs no mowing, raking, watering or fertilizing
- Dense, non-shiny, natural-looking lime green and emerald pile
- Anti-microbial properties eliminate the potential for any harmful bacteria or allergens
- Resistant to chemical attacks, non-flammable, antacid yarn
- Environmentally-friendly, lead-free, dioxin emission-free materials
- A “cooling” effect, helping to keep surface temperatures lower even on south or west-facing balconies that sometimes get too hot to touch.
Confidently add KANDY Grass to your light- to moderate-traffic areas and relish the instant greening of your outdoor space.
KANDY Grass is installed without need for any grout, glue, cement, nails or bolts. Nothing at all is attached or affixed to the floor, walls, or condo balcony structure, which means there is no problem with condo or HOA rules. KANDY Grass comes on an interlocking drainage base, which allows rainwater to fall through and drain away underneath.
How to Measure
Measuring your outdoor space properly is key to ensuring you get the right amount of product to give you the coverage you need. Here are the important steps.
- Do not guess
- Gather required tools:
- Tape measure, tool or technological device, e.g. laser, to determine distance
- Piece of paper and pencil
- Other means of recording your measurements
- Calculator or a brain capable of multiplication and division
- Larger spaces benefit from two people participating in the measuring process, to hold onto the end of the tape
- If you’re comfortable with paper and pen, roughly draw out the shape of the outdoor flooring area
- Identify the area where the length is longest
- Remove furniture, boxes or other blockages that may prevent you from getting an accurate measure
- Get the end of the measuring tape right up to the edge of the floor surface to be covered and hold it firm, while running the tape measure as level and straight as possible all the way to the other edge.
- Record the number of feet and inches
- Round the number up to the nearest full foot
For example, if the precise measurement is 15’11” then round the number up to 16’. This will ensure that you have enough product including wastage for full coverage of your surface area.
- Identify the area of the space that is the widest
- Repeat steps 5, 6, and 7 for the width
- Note the measurements for length and width
- Multiply length by width.
Length you found to be 24’ 3”
Width you found to be 8’7”
Rounding up to full feet get you:
Multiply Length X Width or 26’ X 9’ = 225
In this example the total square footage of product required to fully cover your area is 225 square feet.
You can now transfer this number to
‘HOW DO I ORDER’ Tab.
HOW TO ORDER
The granite tiles are 11¾ “ by 11¾ “ so you will need slightly more product to cover your area than if they were precisely 12” X 12” so you will need to multiply your square footage number from ‘How to measure’ by a factor of 1.0438.
So from the example on the ‘How to measure’ tab, you multiply 225 X 1.0348 and round up to the nearest whole number which equals 233.
Granite tiles come in boxes of 6 so:
233 divided by 6, rounded up to the nearest whole number equals 39.
CLICK HERE and enter 39 (or the number from your calculations) in the BUY NOW box and start getting excited about your expanded home experiences!
For all except GRANITE and LIGHTS (light doesn’t need how to measure or how to order)
These tiles are all either 12” X 12” or 12” X 24” and all come in boxes equaling ten square feet.
So, from the example on the ‘How to measure’ tab, you copy your final square footage number here which was 233 in the example.
Since the boxes come in 10 square feet you divide 233 by 10 and round up to the nearest whole number, in this case = 24.