Elevated Deck Supports
Build elevated decks with porcelain pavers, concrete pavers, structural wood tiles or steel grating over sloping or uneven substrates without the need for expensive supporting structures of sleepers or bearers
Construct perfectly horizontal decks with pedestal supported pavers on rooftops over pipes, cables or service ducts, retaining easy access for inspections.
Construct traditional wood plank decks laid over wood bearers supported by pedestals.
Cover balconies, patios, and rooftop terraces with pavers supported by fixed or adjustable height pedestals.
Create urban ‘parklets‘ or other self-contained decks requiring a perfectly level deck surface.
Build elevated surfaces with porcelain or concrete pavers to conceal pipework under water features.
Pedestal paver systems typically use fixed height rubber support pads at the lowest elevations, providing a ground clearance as low as 1/4″. ¼” and 3/8” thick pads are stacked to build up the support height over sloping ground to an elevation of approx. 1 1/2″ when adjustable height deck pedestals can be used.