Since 1996, Trex has invented, defined and perfected the composite deck category with a lineup of low-maintenance, high-performance products that fundamentally change the way we live outdoors.
Trex® at its very best
Transcend decking’s deep wood-grain pattern and luxury colors create a premium, ageless look that leave other composites in the dust.
No sanding. No staining. No painting. No kidding. (Not to mention simple soap-and-water cleaning.)
Fade, Stain, Scratch and Mold Resistant
Transcend maintains its vibrant color and luxurious finish–come scorching sun or red-wine spill–thanks to its unyielding, three-side shell protection…and our 25-Year Limited Residential Fade & Stain Warranty.
A Green Deck
See how using a 95% recycled board (that’s almost the whole thing) makes you feel about the great outdoors.
Compliance without compromise
Trex Transcend decking is compliant with bushfire safety regulations for BAL-19 and BAL-29 zones – further proof that innovation is our specialty. See Trex Technical Bulletin for certain requirements in order to meet these regulations. Please also consult your local council or State building codes for your particular geographical requirements.
TREX® – The Worlds #1 Decking Brand
What is Trex made out of?
Trex decking is made from 95% recycled materials, including reclaimed wood and sawdust as well as recycled plastic from many common household items, such as the plastic overwrap on packaging for paper towels and toilet paper, dry cleaner bags, newspaper bags, grocery and shopping bags.
Trex annually salvages and keeps more than 400 million pounds of plastic and wood scrap out of landfills. That makes Trex one of the largest plastic film recyclers in the U.S. In fact, the average 500-square-foot composite Trex deck contains 140,000 recycled plastic bags.
Trex color swatches