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Eco-Friendly Recycled Plastic Decking

Make the Trex decision that’s right for you
Three tiers of decking products provide a comprehensive range of easy, low-maintenance options so that every family and every budget can experience the warm feeling of belonging.


Choose composite to make sure you don’t have any problems. The composite has anti-slip properties, in addition to being a comfortable material for the feet. Composite is often used for poolside installations. Indeed, the composite can prevent accidents for your children by preventing them from slipping or injuring themselves. Another advantage of composite is its lukewarm temperature. A composite patio is a durable and comfortable option at a reasonable price.

Indeed, the composite requires very little maintenance. Composite wood is one of the most resistant products on the market, it does not deform over time, does not crack and it can last up to 25 years. Choosing to use composite for your patio, terrace or landscaping gives you peace of mind. Indeed, you will be sure to have a quality product that will not degrade over time.

Composite decking looks like wood but requires much less maintenance. It’s made of processed wood, plastic, and other strong materials, and offers a durability comparable to pressure treated wood. Composites stand up to prolonged exposure to the elements, withstanding UV rays and moisture. Their hybrid construction makes them more resistant to the growth of fungi and the predation of termites than pure wood. Using recycled materials in the construction also makes composite building materials more eco-friendly.

There are many finishes to choose from when selecting composite decking material, allowing you to coordinate with teak, cedar wood, and several other types. The textured surface has the look of natural wood grain, which also adds the benefit of being slip-resistant. Some planks even provide the option of having a wood grain side as well as a smooth side. The durable surface resists scratches, keeping even high-traffic areas from showing signs of wear.

Why are Trex outdoor living products better than wood?
When it comes to Trex vs. wood, there’s more to the story than the upfront price. While wood may be cheaper on day one, it could end up costing you far more by day 365 (and well beyond). Trex means quality, beauty and minimal maintenance, saving you time, money and everything that comes with a call to the handyman. Plus, the high-performance composite shell of Trex decking resists rotting, staining and cracking.

How do I clean my Trex deck?
Trex decking is designed for a low-maintenance experience. A simple soap-and-water clean is all it takes. For more details, refer to our Care and Cleaning section.

Trex outperforms other decking material options.

Designed with lasting beauty, incredible durability and easy maintenance, there’s no compromising with high-performance composite decking. That’s why high-performance composite is the only type of decking we make. We’ve paired Trex against other types of decking for a head-to-head comparison that proves Trex outdecks, outlasts and outperforms the rest. Go ahead and see which decking material is best for you!

Choosing the best decking material to match your personal style and budget is a critical step in the deck building planning process. Each material option has its unique aesthetic appeal, maintenance requirements and costs. While most decks are built with pressure-treated wood, wood-composites and PVC deck boards are gaining in popularity. Here, we break down your options.

Trex vs. Wood Deck Boards
Traditional wood decks can be beautiful, but they don’t stay that way for very long, requiring extensive upkeep to maintain their looks and safe qualities. Trex® composite decking, on the other hand, was designed to mimic the beauty of wood decking but without all of the maintenance hassles. Our high-performance, eco-friendly composite decking withstands years of sun, sleet and snow, keeping its rich color and durability for decades. When comparing composite decking vs. wood, there’s really no competition. Whereas Trex is low-maintenance and durable, wood decks:


Rot, split, swell, twist and fade
Crack from insect infestation
Require annual painting, staining or sealing
Splinter easily
Contribute to deforestation
Always Green – Trex Recycling
We make Trex® eco-friendly composite decks from an innovative blend of 95% reclaimed wood and recycled plastic film—that’s almost the whole thing. On top of that, our company uses some of the most earth-friendly manufacturing processes in the country, reclaiming factory waste and eliminating the use of harmful chemicals. Trex offers consumers a truly environmentally responsible choice with our recycled components. Being green is in our DNA. We’ve been this way nearly 30 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.