There’s a reason we’re the world’s #1 decking brand: we offer the most innovative, technologically advanced outdoor living products available today. As the first company to combine the durability of recycled plastic film with the natural beauty of reclaimed wood in a high-performance decking product, we lead the way in applying this proprietary technology to a wide variety of outdoor applications to create low-maintenance, luxurious outdoor living.
From the moment our company was founded, we've been dedicated to developing the world's most innovative decking. From reclaimed wood, plastic film and sawdust, we create durable, low-maintenance, high-performance materials that withstand the harshest outdoor conditions - not to mention the most demanding designers, builders and homeowners. What's more, we continue to break new ground with eco-friendly products and manufacturing processes, leading the industry in green technology. That's the kind of innovative spirit that has always defined our company…and that will continue to drive our growth.
1996: A NEW IDEA
Find innovative uses for plastic film and wood scrap otherwise headed for the landfill in a time well before green is a buzzword. Our solution – low-maintenance composite decking – becomes an instant sensation, and launches an industry.
EARLY 2000'S: EVOLUTION
With more Trex in more backyards comes more demand–so much we almost can’t keep up. Cue new colors and styles, enhanced wood grains… and the competition.
2010: THE GAME-CHANGER
Trex Transcend® and its protective shell technology is our answer to the declining housing (and therefore, decking) market, creating a revolutionary deck category with superior resistance to fading, staining, scratching and mold. It not only reinvents the industry, it also raises the bar for decking of all kinds.
NOW AND NEXT
Our innovative engineering that works wonders for deck surfaces explodes to an entire outdoor living system: coordinated railings, lighting, outdoor furniture, porches, pergolas and Trex Elevations® steel deck framing, another category changer. The future? One word: more.