Trex Vs. Wood

The Hassle-Free Alternative To Wood Decking
 

A Trex® deck is ready whenever you want to use it. No sanding, staining, or painting here—a little soap and water or a quick power washing is all the maintenance Trex requires. Wood decks take constant care. Trex is more durable and longer lasting. When you look at all Trex has to offer, wood decking begins to feel like signing up for a second job.

 

The hassles that come with wood
Redwood, Pressure-Treated Lumber and Cedar

 

All the beauty without the upkeep, Trex is more durable than wood decks.

Needs seasonal painting, staining or sealing
 

Wood decks rot and splinter. Trex composite decking is safe and hazard free.

Becomes a safety hazard when it rots, splits and splinters
 

Compared to Trex, wood decks are a hassle. They show every spill and scuff, especially when they start to fade.

Fades and stains easily, showing every spill and scuff

 
It's easy to make the Trex versus wood decision when you consider how wooden decks attract termites.

Insects can cause extensive structural damage
 

Compared to Trex, wooden decks are sourced from trees that local wildlife depend on for food and shelter.

Contributes to deforestation, cutting down trees that local wildlife depend on for food and shelter

 
Trex composite decks are the hassle free wood alternative that will bring you long lasting beauty for years to come.
Trex composite decks are the hassle free wood alternative that will bring you long lasting beauty for years to come.
Wood decking doesn't age well

Whereas Trex guarantees that after 25 years our decking will still look and feel great.
 

 

Trex composite decking versus redwood, cedar, and pressure treated wood decking.
Trex composite decking versus redwood, cedar, and pressure treated wood decking.

Trex composite decking matches the natural beauty of wood and can withstand the force of mother nature.

Trex deck boards are made of 95% recycled materials versus wood decks made from cedar or redwood.

A cut above: this board is made
of 95% recycled materials
 



Trex pioneered eco-friendly composite decking.
No other composite decking on the market comes
close to matching Trex for style or substance.

Trex's eco-friendly manufacturing processes save 400 million pounds of plastic and wood from ending up in landfills each year.

 

Trex composite decks contain 140,000 recycled plastic bags in every 500 square foot Trex deck.

 

Trex composite decks are eco-friendly and don't contribute to deforestation like their wooden counterparts.

 


A Trex composite deck is worry free compared to wooden decks made from redwood, cedar, or pressure treated lumber.

Order a sample and see for yourself how our durable, beautiful, low-maintenance boards leave wood decking in the dust.
 

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