Trex Composite Decking

Trex composite decking is designed to maintain its beauty. It is wonderfully durable and low maintenance. With Trex you do not have to compromise with regards to your high-performance composite decking as high-performance composite is the only form of decking that Trex makes. When compared to other types of decking you will find that Trex composite decking outperforms all other types.

Trex VS Timber

The natural look of timber is loved by almost everyone. However, no one enjoys the maintenance of wooden decking. A lot of time is consumed painting, staining and sealing timber decking. This includes pressure treated timber, ipe, redwood and cedar decking. They all require extensive upkeep to get the best out of them.

Unlike timber, Trex composite boards can withstand years of all types of weather. They maintain their rich colour come rain or shine. All this is achieved without ever having to fell a single tree making Trex composite decking eco-friendly too.

Trex was the first company to actually offer composite decking and is widely credited with creating the entire industy. Over the course of the last two decades Trex has evolved their product by engineering into their products the Trex weather-resistant shell. Arguably the most significant breakthrough in composite technology since its invention. Prior to the Trex weather-resistant shell, early composites would fade and stain over time in a way that modern high quality Trex composite decking simply do not. Trex’s weather-resistant shell doesn’t just last for a year or two but is made to last for 25 years.

Trex composite decks are wrapped in a high-performance protectant shell that resists fading, staining, rot and splitting better than anything else out there, ensuring your Trex patio will look as fresh as your garden for years to come.

  • Trex’s composite core is made of 95% recycled sawdust and plastic packaging, providing you with unparalleled durability while also being eco-friendly.
  • Trex’s protective shell covers the board on three sides, offering superior weather protection where you need it most while preserving the natural wood look for years to come.
  • Grooved edges allow for two different installation options: composite deck screws or secret fixings for a smooth finish with no visible screws
  • Trex boards are as easy to install as hardwood, with no special tools required

Trex VS. PVC

When looking for a low-maintenance timber alternative some people choose PVC for their composite decking needs. Whilst PVC just like composite decking can resist rot, termites and mould it is nowhere near as environmentally friendly as Trex composite decking. They are produced primarily from virgin plastic unlike Trex’s ultra-green composite boards that are made with 95% recycled materials via an eco-friendly manufacturing process.

Trex are so confident in their composite boarding they have an impressive warranty too. Every product is covered by their original industry-leading 25-Year Limited Residential Warranty, you can rest assured that your garden investment is well protected. And even better: their high-performance decking products come with an extra layer of coverage: an additional 25-Year Limited Residential Fade & Stain Warranty.

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