Material Made To Handle It
You want the coolest deck made from the best materials. Your deck is an extension of your life, and you expect that it will be built to last. Durable, realistic-looking, weather resistant wood or composite, all melded together. Bring on the celebrations. Innovation meets inspiration. For better built living.
At TimberTech®, we Go Against the Grain™ by challenging outdoor living conventions. The result? The most natural-looking composite decking products on the market.
Premium capped polymer decking, made without wood, that provides unparalleled performance while boasting unrivaled design — all backed by a Limited Lifetime Product Warranty and a 50-Year Limited Fade & Stain Warranty.
Superior 4-sided capped composite decking that offers complete surface protection and elegant design — all backed by a 30-Year Limited Product Warranty and a 30-Year Limited Fade & Stain Warranty.
Strong capped composite decking that delivers advanced surface protection and is backed by a 25-Year Limited Warranty and a 25-Year Limited Fade & Stain Warranty, all at an attainable price.
Never content to settle, we continue to make strides in outdoor engineering, melding innovation with environmental responsibility and beautiful form with powerful function.
Transcend decking maintains its vibrant color and luxurious finish–come scorching sun or red-wine spill–thanks to its unyielding, three-side shell protection…and our 25-Year Limited Residential Fade & Stain Warranty.
Trex Select decking and railing adds our legendary luxury to your home more affordably than ever. While Select decking features our hallmark high-performance shell technology and nature-inspired colors, the complementary white railing is a simple solution for a clean finish.
If you seek the durability of composite and the affordability of wood, opt for Basics. This long-lasting decking requires little upkeep and comes in three traditional colors. For an authentic wood-grain appearance, choose Trex Enhance® Naturals.
Beautiful spaces deserve meticulous attention once they are installed. Keeping premium outdoor surfaces polished ensures your deck always stands ready to impress.
Redwood needs to be maintained by applying a sealer and reapplying it over time. As a decking material, it’s naturally stable, so it resists warping. Redwood’s stability helps it look great longer. It contains little or no resins, which enables it to retain finishes.
Considered a soft wood, cedar has been used for decking for generations. Its natural resistance to rot and insects makes it desirable, however, it might to be too soft for decking and has a tendency to splinter, according to Gordon Whittaker.
Pressure-treated lumber is rot and insect resistant, but it’s cheaper than redwood or cedar and is widely available across the U.S. Deck builders use it to build the support systems for decks because it holds up well and is often masked by the deck flooring.