Trex Decking Boards

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Trex Decking Boards

Gardens and outdoor spaces have become more important than ever before, and in today’s age you don’t have to spend a fortune to create the perfect aesthetic. Finding the right decking for the space will let you transform the garden into a place you spend more time in, relaxing in the warmer months of the year without a care in the world.

Trex composite decking is manufactured with all of that in mind, and we have a wide selection of decking boards to suit any outdoor space, from Trex Transcend Composite Grooved Decking Board Lava Rock to any kind of composite decking boards. Just as importantly, Trex decking is made from 95% recycled wood fibres, making them one of the most sustainable decking products available today. 

If this is the first time you are installing decking boards, use our Composite Decking Calculator to find out how many you will need for your space. You can use it for square edge and tongue and groove Trex composite decking. Using the calculator will help save you money and wastage and ensure you buy the right amount needed for the job.

Features and benefits of Trex Decking

Exciting range of colours

Trex decking boards are available in a variety of colours to make it easy to find the right tonal match for your home. From silvers and greys for more modern and contemporary environments, to traditional reddish-browns and dark spiced rum colours, whatever design you have in mind finding the right tone is hassle-free.

Long-term value

Trex composite decking is a long-term investment that ensures you get the most from your purchase. Using a unique three-sided protective shell, you are guaranteed superior weather protection while maintaining the natural timber aesthetic. This means it can withstand ongoing exposure to UV rays, rain, frost and snow, while also offering protection against food and drink spills. The decking will not rot, splinter, warp or fade, no matter how much sun exposure it receives. 

Low maintenance

Once you have finished installing Trex decking boards you don’t have to worry about working too hard to keep them in good condition. Where some timber decking products require you to re-apply oils, coatings or to re-paint the surface after a certain period of time, you never have to worry about doing this with Trex decking boards. After installation simply leave them to do all the hard work for you, while you relax in style.

Eco friendly 

Trex state that during their entire 20-year company history they have never felled a tree to support the manufacturing of their decking. They recycle 1.5 billion shopping bags a year and save 300,000 tonnes of scrap wood and plastic from landfill sites. If you are looking for sustainable decking solutions for your home, there is no better option available than Trex. 

Easy installation

You don’t have to be a DIY expert to install Trex composite decking. Their products are as easy to install as they are to maintain, so you can have the boards in place in no time at all. They use a system called the ‘Trex Hideaway Hidden Fastener’ and when used in conjunction with deck boards that have a groove-edged decking boards it creates an attractive, screw-less finish. 


What is composite decking made of? 

Composite decking is a man-made building product made up of a mix of wood fibers, plastics, and a small amount of bonding agents. This mix is heated, formed into board shaped lengths and then cooled. The resulting boards need far less maintenance than traditional wood decking whilst looking more authentic than plastic alternatives.

Is composite decking slippery? 

Composite decking boards are special material designed not to be prone to slips and falls. In most cases, it will not cause any accidents. Even if it’s wet, the chances are that it’s not slippery. However, there are times that your composite decking can be slippery.

How long does composite decking last? 

Composite decking can last over 20 years with the proper care and maintenance.

Click to read  how to cut and install Trex Composite Decking

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