Wood decks lend warmth and rustic beauty to your outdoor living space, but they are vulnerable to the environment and require regular maintenance and upkeep. A composite deck can give you that same look and feel but with improved durability and less required maintenance. Trex invented and perfected the composite decking industry and continues to lead the industry. McCray Lumber and Millwork is a proud distributor of Trex composite decking, the world’s largest manufacturer of high-performance wood-alternative decking.
Trex composite decking gives you best of both worlds – the natural beauty and UV resistance of wood and the low maintenance and resistance to moisture and insects provided by plastic. Trex composite decking is comprised of 95 percent recycled wood, sawdust, and plastics and wrapped in a tough protective finish, making it exceptionally durable and easy to care for. It can be easily cleaned with mild soap and water. Trex resists staining and fading and never needs to be sanded, stained or sealed. It will not warp, rot, splinter, or scratch and is resistant to mold and mildew. Trex is impervious to termites and other wood-boring insects. It stands up well to all types of extreme weather, including hail, ice, snow, and rain. It is also resistant to heat, meaning it will stay cooler than wood, even in the sweltering Kansas City summer heat. Trex is also slip-resistant, even when it is wet.
With Trex composite decking, you don’t have to sacrifice beauty for durability. McCray Lumber and Millwork offers Trex composite decking in a variety of natural wood finishes and more than a dozen rich colors. Combine colors or finishes to create truly unique patterns and designs for your deck.
Trex decking is available in three different levels of style and performance to suit any budget. Trex Select, Trex Enhance, and Trex Transcend all offer a 25-year warranty against material defects and include an additional 25-year limited residential fade and stain warranty.
Trex composite decking is an environmentally friendly decking option. Because it is made of 95 percent recycled materials, it is one of the greenest decking options on the market. Trex saves about 400 million pounds of plastic and wood scrap from landfills annually. Not a single tree has been cut down to create Trex composite decking.
The experts at McCray Lumber and Millwork can help you select the perfect Trex composite decking materials for your project.