Here’s some colours from the TREX® range.

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As a TrexPro® deck installer we carry public liability insurance as required where we conduct business. Additionally, TrexPro® Deck Installers complete installation and product training on all Trex products and successfully meet requirements to obtain the TrexPro®designation.

Okay but why Trex?

Trex composite decking is strong, durable, resists staining, scratching, moulding and is available in a wide range of colours. Setting itself apart from competing softwood and other synthetic materials, Trex retains the natural grain look of traditional hardwood. And with a solid board structure made from 95% recycled materials and an innovative protective shell, a Trex deck can withstand anything mother nature chooses to throw at it. Trex decking comes with a 25-year limited residential warranty and a 25-year fade and stain warranty.

Trex® is eco-friendly composite decking made from an innovative blend of 95% reclaimed timber and plastic—that’s almost the whole thing. And they’ve been this way for more than 20 years, well before green was a buzzword. Because in the end, all of us want to look out on our decks and know that we’ve done our part.

As one of the largest plastic recyclers in the U.S., Trex saves 400 million pounds of plastic and wood from landfills each year, so their eco friendly-decks contribute to a healthier environment.

We use Trex Protect tape on all our timber framed decks, it is applied as a “cap” (vs. wrapping), which allows the wood to breathe. This butyl-based, self-adhesive tape is superior to asphalt-based joist tape and beam tape because it won’t bleed, dry out as quickly, or curl up and hold water. As a result, it acts as a moisture barrier between wood and galvanized metal commonly used in construction hardware.

The tape also seals deck fasteners and helps deck screws hold longer and stronger by preventing moisture penetration and defending against splitting that can result from seasonal freezing and thawing.

End grain preserver is also used on cut timber ends as well as composite posts to support the structure, all this to ensure a long life for your decking.