The Composite Decking Trend Continues Strongly into 2020….

Trex Decking

With more and more people choosing composite decking products, comes the production of more and more composite decking brands. The choice of products can be quite overwhelming! This blog concentrates on Trex, who touts themselves as the number 1 composite decking brand on today’s market.

And with good reason. Having been in production since 1996, this manufacturer has perfected their product. It is extremely high quality and offers tremendous durability and performance. It resists termites and it won’t rot, warp or splinter. It NEVER needs to be stained or painted and will see you right for 25+ years. All you need to do is give it a wash with water and soap periodically. You could also use a pressure cleaner if that’s how you roll.

It is important to note that Trex decking products have been constantly evolving over the course of 20 plus years. The Trex decking you get in today’s market is far superior to that of earlier years. A high performance shell protects each board from the harsh Australian elements and successfully resists fading, staining, scratching and mould growth.

The aesthetics have also improved significantly over time, with the boards looking and feeling more like real timber than ever. The natural grain patterns and long lasting colour palettes are beautiful. It’s also versatile and even comes in curves!

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We Build Trex Decks

At All We Do Is Decks, we are delighted to build Trex decks. While the initial outlay will be more expensive than using traditional hardwoods, we believe our clients will see the value for money over time as they save money, time and effort where maintenance is concerned.

Finally, and very importantly in the modern world, Trex composite decking products are GREEN. They are comprised of 95% recycled materials. Specifically, reclaimed timber, sawdust and plastics. Annually, Trex salvages 400 million pounds (181,436,948 kilograms!) of plastic and timber scraps otherwise destined for landfill.

So, if you are considering composite decking for your Brisbane decking project, get in contact via our contact form on the All We Do Is Decks website. We will be happy to give you an obligation free quote.

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