Trex Transcend Composite Decking
Transcend decking’s deep wood-grain pattern and luxury colors create a premium, ageless look that leave other composites in the dust.
No sanding. No staining. No painting. No kidding. (Not to mention simple soap-and-water cleanup.)
FADE, STAIN, SCRATCH AND MOLD RESISTANT
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.
Unlike wood, Trex Transcend Composite Decking resists fading, staining, scratching and mold and won’t rot, warp, crack or splinter. No sanding, staining or painting is required, and food and drink spill wash off easily with just soap and water. Additionally, Trex decking is made from 95 percent recycled materials, making it an environmentally friendly choice for eco-conscious consumers.
The latest generation of Trex Transcend Composite Decking also features high-definition wood grain patterns and rich, saturated colors that look and feel more natural than ever before.
While many outdoor enthusiasts love the look of wood, more and more people are turning to wood-alternative decking materials like high-performance composite and PVC. The reason is clear: wood-alternative decks last longer and needs less maintenance than a rot-, warp- and splinter-prone wood deck.
But not all wood-alternative materials are alike. PVC decking —also known as vinyl or cellular PVC—is made predominately of virgin plastic.
Trex Transcend Composite Decking boards, on the other hand, are a wood-plastic composite. The boards are manufactured primarily from a blend of recycled organic and plastic materials. The organic material in these boards is recycled and reclaimed wood; the polyethylene is principally recycled shrink wrap and grocery bags – all of which would otherwise end up in a landfill. After they’re formed, all Trex boards are finished with a proprietary high-performance shell that resists fading, staining, scratching and mold—and is backed by a 25-year fade and stain warranty—which far outweighs PVC’s long-term durability.