Composite Decking SydneyTREX: The Worlds #1 Selling Composite Decking!
We are the only composite decking builder with a showroom in Sydney displaying the
full range of TREX Transcend Composite Decking in full-size deck layouts!
TREX® : COMPOSITE DECKING AT ITS VERY BEST
STUNNING COLOUR OPTIONS
Transcend comes in multiple colour options: Havana Gold, Island Mist, Lava Rock, Spiced Rum, Tiki Torch, Rope Swing.
No sanding. No staining. No painting. No kidding. (Not to mention simple soap-and-water cleanup.)
A GREEN DECK
Using a 95% recycled board (that’s almost the whole thing) makes you feel about the great outdoors.
FADE, STAIN, SCRATCH AND MOLD RESISTANT
Transcend decking maintains its vibrant colour 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.
UNMATCHED WARRANTY COVERAGE
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!
TREX vs. Hardwood
Everyone loves the natural look of wood but hates all the painting, staining and sealing. Wood decks of all types, including pressure-treated wood, ipe, cedar or redwood, require extensive upkeep. Trex was designed with the beauty of wood decking, but not all the maintenance. Our high-performance, eco-friendly composite boards withstand years of sun, sleet and snow, keeping their rich color. Through it all, we have never felled a single tree. So when comparing composite decking vs. wood, there’s no competition as to which decking material is best.
Whereas Trex is low-maintenance, wood decks:
- Can rot, split, swell, twist and fade
- Crack from insect infestation
- Require annual painting, staining or sealing
- Splinter easily
- Contribute to deforestation
TREX vs. Early-Generation Composite
Composite decking has come a long way over the past two decades. We should know: we invented the category. We’ve also evolved it by engineering the most significant breakthrough in composite technology—the Trex high-performance, weather-resistant shell. Without it, early-generation composites don’t come close to the fade & stain resistance that Trex high-performance boards guarantee. And not just for the first year, but for 25 long, glorious years.
Whereas Trex is fade- and stain-resistant, early generation composite decks:
- Are subject to discolouration and staining over time
- Need periodic cleaning with deck wash
- Are susceptible to mould and mildew, fading, staining and scratching
TREX vs. PVC
PVC decking is another low-maintenance alternative to wood. Just like composite, PVC can resist rot, termites and mould. However, PVC decking is far less environmentally friendly, produced mostly from virgin plastic. Compare that to the ultra-green Trex board: made with 95% recycled materials and eco-friendly manufacturing processes, Trex never loses its sophisticated colour or performance.
Whereas Trex keeps its beauty, PVC decks:
- Are prone to chalking
- Are more likely to shrink and expand with temperature fluctuations than composites
- Can fade and stain from rubber mats, sunscreen and insect repellent
- Are recommended for use with after-market cleaning products to maintain aesthetics over time