Our trex decking provides a low maintenance way to enjoy a beautiful deck, and it can also be designed to mimic the look of wood but without the deterioration, splintering, and price of wood. It also does not require annual sealing and staining like traditional wood decks.
We offer composite decking in many colors, and you also have the option of adding aluminum or composite railing to your deck for added protection and decoration.
Composite lumber is one of the most durable materials for your deck and is resistant to many outdoor elements that wood simply is not. Since it’s a smoother material, it is also safer for pets and families that walk on it barefoot frequently. Composite decking is rarely affected by sunlight fading, discoloration, staining, moisture buildup, and cracking. Composite lumber is a great decking choice to surround your pool or hot tub. Composite lumber an ideal building material for your outdoor deck and is strong enough to hold many people.
As if the durability benefits of composite decking are enough, the upkeep and maintenance is also very simple and can be done regularly with a brush and warm water or the occasional power washing. Composite decks rarely require extensive maintenance to keep them looking good and clean. If you decide to clean with chemicals, soaps, or cleaning agents, be sure to use ones that will not damage the staining or sealing agents that are coated on top of the composite lumber.
Another attractive benefit of composite decking that clients really like is what it is made of. Composite lumber is combined with recycled plastic and wood bits, and is seen as an environmentally-friendly decking option. Since composite lumber is extremely durable against outdoor elements such as water, mold, and pests, it likely won’t need replacing for many years which also positively impacts the environment. If you decide to build your deck from composite lumber, you know you will be getting a sustainable material that has been ethically and organically sourced from old ones, giving back to the environment in a positive way.
The upfront cost of composite lumber is more than traditional wood decks and may seem hefty at first, but in the long run many clients find that it is cheaper in the long run. The reason for this is that maintenance costs remain low and it’s less prone to damage and won’t require much upkeep for the years following installation. If you’re on a budget or would like an easy alternative to hardwood decks, composite lumber can provide just that. The pricing of composite lumber will vary depending on where it’s sourced from and how much of it you need, but overall, you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck with this hardwood alternative.