Trex Composite Decking is becoming the preferred alternative to timber due to its superior performance and durability. Unlike timber, Trex Composite Decking is lightweight, does not warp or splinter and is warranted to remain free of termites, mould, and rot for 25 years.
Trex boards are also easy to maintain as the boards do not require staining or painting. Importantly, they are fade, stain, and scratch resistant, saving you both time and money.
This product also has excellent environmental credentials.
Trex does not fell a single tree for deck-manufacture and has never done so during its 20-year history. Their decking is compromised of over 95% recycled materials such as reclaimed plastics, sawdust, and timber. Because of this, Trex is one of the largest plastic recyclers in the United States, saving four hundred million pounds of plastic and wood from landfills each year.
With its predictable lengths it is also seen as an easily estimated, cost-effective and low wastage solution for contractors and DIY fans alike.
Trex composite decking is the ideal solution for those seeking a high performance, low maintenance deck, and an eco-friendly solution.
Installing Trex Decking is simpler than traditional decking with its straightforward hidden clip systems and lack of exposed screws and nails. Please see our Beginner’s Guide to Installing Trex Composite Decking to learn more.