Trex is a popular brand for a variety of decking materials. Their composite decking is environmentally friendly and virtually maintenance-free. It’s no wonder why so many homeowners are choosing this brand over others. But before you start building your new deck using Trex, here is what you need to know.

What is Trex Decking?

The Trex Company is primarily known for its wood fiber-polymer composite material that forms into nonstructural components for the construction of decks. Their composite material never requires refinishing, does not rot, doesn’t splinter or twist, and resists insect damage. It has a tough outer shell that covers the Trex original composite core. The best part of Trex decking is that it is made out of 95 percent recycled materials. 


Trex Composite Decking Material Options

Trex offers three different decking material options. All of them come with a 25-year limited warranty against material defects. 


Trex Select 

This is Trex Company’s standard produced line re-engineered. Trex Select is an affordable alternative to Trex Transcend. It offers resistance to fading, staining, and mold.


Trex Enhance

Trex Enhance is the company’s mid-grade decking material option. It offers high-performance fade, stain, mold, and mildew protection. 


Trex Transcend 

Transcend is the company’s highest grade of decking material. It’s available in eight colors and is engineered with a proprietary shell technology that can withstand the harshest of elements such as sun exposure and heavy snow. 


Benefits of Trex Decking

There’s a reason why so many homeowners have chosen to use Trex decking for their decks, patios, and other outdoor spaces. The material comes with a variety of benefits.



Decks that are made from Trex decking are expected to last an exceptionally long time. The decking is fade and stain resistant, therefore eliminating the need for regular painting. It’s also mold, mildew, and termite resistant, so decks made out of this material won’t easily become damaged and need to be replaced.


Minimal Maintenance

Since the material is durable and resistant to various types of damages, you won’t need to regularly paint or stain a Trex deck. As for cleaning, you can skip expensive cleaning solutions and keep a Trex deck clean by using soap and water.


Saves Money

Although Trex decking may initially be expensive, it can save you money in the long run. That’s because they require less maintenance and repairs. They’re also easy to clean, so that means more money in your pockets. 


Ready for a Trex Deck?

The decking experts at North American Deck and Patio are here to help you learn more about Trex decking, as well as build you your ideal outdoor living space. We are a Maryland Decking company that has been recognized for being the best in the business and providing high-quality results.


Contact us now to request a free consultation. 

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