The wood we use is a very durable and long-lasting material, even when facing adverse weather conditions. Water and frost do not bother them if the floor is well ventilated. Therefore, when installing a terrace, grates are used to prevent direct contact between the subfloor and the wood, allowing the planks to breathe sufficiently. Special grates are made from subfloor prisms, to which the terrace planks are then attached. The prisms and the terrace boards must be of the same material so that they work evenly under weather conditions. The terrace boards can be installed in two ways. The most common method of installation is the use of special stainless steel screws. Another option is the use of so-called clips, which are used to connect the individual terrace boards. Small gaps are left between the planks so that the wood, as an organic material, can continue to work.