Trex Decking

Trex Decking

Trex composite decking is a high-performance, eco-friendly choice to craft a deck that is guaranteed to last for decades. The beauty of natural wood grains and tones blended with the incomparable low-maintenance design of composite creates a pest, rot and stain-resistant material perfect for your home.

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  1. Trex Transcend Cortex Concealed Fastening System by FastenMaster

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  2. Cortex Concealed Fastening System for Trex Fascia by FastenMaster

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Trex vs Competitors

Criteria Trex Timber
Maintenance Require basically no maintenance other than occasional cleaning with soap and water. Demand annual refinishing, sanding, and staining to prevent graying and fading.
Longevity Not prone to warping, cracking, splitting or fading. Also, resistant to water damage, rot, and insects. Boards are infused and capped with fade-resistant color. Monthly and annual maintenance to prevent cracks, splits, and discolored areas.
Beauty Similar tones, warmth, and feel of organic wood. Natural, but needs constant care to preserve its beauty.

Is Trex Decking Good?

The Trex brand has created a proprietary blend of decking composite materials that are long-lasting, low-maintenance, and luxurious, and incredibly worth the investment. Durable and beautiful Trex decking will enhance the look and feel of your entire backyard area. Trex deck boards can also be curved at the job site to fulfill round and unique outdoor spots.

Is Trex Decking Expensive?

It may cost a bit more to build a deck using Trex composite deck boards rather than standard lumber, but you will save significantly in costs of upkeep as well as time saved over the coming years as no sanding, staining, or maintenance is required. If you were to go for rare species like mahogany or teak, the deck project could definitely fetch a higher price than Trex decking.

What’s the Average Cost of a Trex Deck?

The final cost of your composite deck will vary based on the following factors:

  • The size and scale of the deck.
  • The Trex decking line and deck fastening hardware of your choosing.
  • The labor cost for deck contractors if not choosing to DIY deck build.

Is Trex Decking Worth the Money?

Yes, absolutely. Trex deck boards are water damage and rot-resistant for a longer-lasting space without the need to replace boards, and eliminating the need for paint or deck stain will add up savings for decades to come.

Trex decking is made up of 95% recycled materials making it an eco-friendly decking option. Trex deck boards also weigh about 50-60% less than wood which makes it easy to work with for DIY deck builders or can help keep the labor cost low for professional deck contractors.

How Long Does Trex Composite Decking Last?

A Trex deck can last 25 to 30 years with minimal maintenance and are covered by matching warranties. To ensure proper care of your deck, refer to the washing and cleaning instructions that vary by the Trex product line.

Where Can You Buy Trex Products?

Shop DecksDirect for the top Trex decking and railing lines to transform outdoor living space this year. These composite deck lines are in stock and available to ship out to you straight away!

If you have any questions on Trex products or want to confirm your material list before ordering, please give our deck designers a call at 1-888-824-5316! We’d love to help!