Composite Decking vs. Traditional Wood
When you examine all the benefits that Trex® composite decking has to offer, a wood deck begins to feel like signing up for a second job. Unlike wood decks with all their maintenance requirements, Trex composite decking has superior durability, aesthetics, and requires very little maintenance. Factor in material consistency, long-lasting performance, and low-cost options on par with traditional wood, and composite decking has never been more appealing.
Featuring high-definition wood grain patterns and rich, saturated colors, Trex composite decking looks and feels more natural than ever before. Color options range from deep earth tones to trendy neutrals, including tropically inspired boards that feature distinctly the streaked look of hardwoods in designs that would fool even Mother Nature. Building with wood contributes directly to deforestation, wiping out trees that local wildlife depend on for food and shelter. Alternately, composite decking provides the look and feel of real wood, but without the environmental impact
While the initial investment for a pressure-treated wood deck is less than that of a composite deck, a Trex deck saves you money in the long run because it lasts longer and requires less maintenance. Maintaining a wood deck with regular sanding, staining and sealing adds significantly to the overall cost.
TrexPro Gold Status
Precision General Contracting is your local TrexPro! A TrexPro is a professional committed to building quality decks using the Trex family of products. A TrexPro adheres to installation requirements and program guidelines and adds value to his or her territory. In return, Trex provides valuable benefits to the TrexPro members such as increased exposure, a profile on trex.com to showcase prior work, generating customer satisfaction surveys, and a warranty program!