Our synthetic marine carpet and flooring is the by far the easiest, and most practical DIY flooring in the industry. That’s why we’ve created these DIY videos and instructions to take you from the start of your project to the end. It’s easy, and you’ll be amazed to see your boat with DECKadence synthetic marine carpet when it’s all done! Visit our Marine Carpet & Marine Flooring shop.
How to Estimate Material
How to Make a Template
How to Seam
How to Install Deck Snaps
How to Install DECKadence
How to Apply Logos
How to Cut DECKadence
Template & Material
How to use your existing boat carpet for your DECKadence template
Tips on Applying Logos
Overspray Quick Fix
Swim platform NO deck snap hack
What about covering up my deck hatches?
It’s easy! Place the DSC directly over the hatches and cover them up; that is unless you can’t fold the DECKadence® Marine Carpet back to access your hatches. Hatches make your deck look sub-divided and smaller. By virtue of the DSE covering the entire deck, it appears bigger and cleaner looking. When you want in, simply fold the DSC over and presto… there’s your deck hatch! If your hatch is in a place that’s not practical to simply fold the mat back, then simply cut around the hatch and use deck snaps to hold the small pieces in place. We’ve done all the hard work on our marine carpet / marine flooring to make sure that everything is easy for you.
DECKadence® Synthetic Marine Carpet does NOT require DECK SNAPS. However, if you have an exposed edge such as a swim platform or a skiff platform, or decided you just want to snap it in place, then it really is a snap! There’s a new adhesive male snap (no drilling) out now made by “YKK SNAD”. It is a self-adhesive snap fastener. See our recommendations page for details.