Trex, Cedar, Treated Pine

Since 1996, Trex has invented, defined and perfected the composite deck category with a lineup of low-maintenance, high-performance, eco-friendly products that fundamentally change the way we live outdoors. It’s no wonder so many happy deck owners consider Trex the best decking material.

 

Because Trex is made of wood-alternative composite, your outdoor living space will be a low-maintenance, high-performance backyard retreat that can handle the outdoors without depleting them, and will do it for decades.  Your weekend should be spent relaxing on your deck, not repairing it.

Our Trex Work

Trex decks will not rot, warp, crack or be devoured by termites. Period. In fact, while all of our decking and railing products over a 25-Year Limited Residential Warranty against material defects, our high- performance lines add an additional layer of coverage with our 25-Year Limited Residential Fade and Stain Warranty.

Cedar and Treated Pine

If it’s natural wood you seek for your decking, consider cedar.  It’s heart (the deep, rep portions) are rot resistant, and don’t readily absorb moisture.  Because of this, cedar boards are lasting, and are less apt to warp.

 

Plan on a lifetime use of 15-20 years with cedar, with some repair in high trafficked areas like steps.

Readily available and inexpensive, treated pine is a very viable option for decking.  Because the wood is treated under pressure with water-borne preservatives that help to keep the wood from susceptibility to warping and insects.

 

If it is an economical solution you seek, Treated Pine is a great option.