Interior designer and lifestyle expert, Evette Rios, shares her thoughts on Trex composite decking. Learn about the benefits of Trex decking, including maintenance and environmental impact.
"If you are building or renovating an existing deck, consider using Trex high-performance composite materials because it offers all of the charms of real wood without any of the maintenance," shares Rios. Backed by a 25-year Fade and Stain warranty, you can be confident your deck will stay beautiful for decades to come.
"What I love about Trex is that it is made from 95% recycled materials like plastic film and wood scrap. In fact, Trex has never had to take down one tree to make any of its products, which is important because we should all be concerned about deforestation," Rios boasts. From Trex's products to its manufacturing process to its recycling program, Trex is committed to being an environmentally responsible choice.
Rios notes, "Trex composite decking will stand up to decades of day-to-day use without the back-breaking work of sanding, staining, and painting a traditional deck. It won't warp, crack, or splinter and it's mold resistant. The only thing you ever need to do is an occasional soap and water cleaning so you can spend more time enjoying the outdoors instead of maintaining your deck." With Trex, you can spend less time stressing over every spill or storm and more time enjoying your outdoor space.
"So if you are still trying to decide on your outdoor deck, think green and make things easy with Trex."
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