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Trex composite decking and the ideal customer

Posted in: Trex

James Moylan

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Trex is one of the most recognizable and distinguished names in the composite decking world, and if you’re thinking about giving your exterior living space a revamp, you very well may be considering whether Trex is right for you and your home. With that in mind, we discuss today who makes for the ideal Trex customer!

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The 5 Kinds of Ideal Trex Customer

  1. Anyone Looking for Low-Maintenance Materials

In many cases, one of the most time-consuming and difficult aspects of an outdoor space is the maintenance. Wood decks, for example, require frequent painting or staining to protect them from the elements and to prolong the life and visual appeal of the boards. General maintenance can also include sanding or even replacing rotten or compromised boards.

Composite Vs. Vinyl Decking : 5 Ways Vinyl Decking Can Let You Down

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James Moylan

Thursday, January 16, 2020

If you’re thinking about putting in a new deck, it’s understandable if you’re overwhelmed. With so many material options, price points, colors, styles, and other factors to consider, it can quickly become confusing. One of the main places homeowners get stuck is on this issue of vinyl (or PVC) versus composite decking boards.

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Decking Comparison: Trex Deck Boards Vs. Wood

Posted in: low-maintenance decking, deck topics, deck boards, Trex Decking, Trex, SCREENEZE, SCREENEZE screening system, rooftop decks, Tile Decks, kitchen design, Zuri decks in Maryland, Zuri decks in Virginia, cooking outdoors, AZEK, Fiberon, Fiberon Horizon, Archatrak, deck pavers, Screen Room, Georgetown, screened porch in Washington, DC, Screened Porch, Screened-in Porch, round deck, curved deck, rooftop deck design

James Moylan

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

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Decking Material: How Does Trex Stand Up Against Wood?

If you’re looking into various decking material options, it’s a good bet you already have wood on your radar. But what about composite materials, such as Trex? Between wood and Trex, which option is the right fit for your outdoor living space? The answer obviously depends on each individual customer’s needs and preferences, and with that in mind, take the following four factors into consideration before making your final choice.

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Low-Voltage Lighting in 2019: 6 Considerations for Outdoor Living Spaces

Posted in: outdoor living, outdoor living spaces, deck add-ons, porch add-ons, Trex Decking, Trex, Outdoor Lighting

James Moylan

Friday, March 01, 2019

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Once you have the bones of your outdoor living space, low-voltage lighting is one of the most elegant and visually stunning finishing touches you can add. While this option has been a popular choice among homeowners for quite a while now, here are the major considerations to keep in mind if you’re looking to create or to renovate an outdoor space in 2019.

What Types of Trex Deck Boards Does Trex Make?

Posted in: Deck Building Questions, deck boards, Trex Decking, Trex

James Moylan

Monday, March 06, 2017

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What Are the Different Trex Decking Offerings for 2017?

Trex Company offers a wide variety of decking products, including railings, lighting, outdoor furniture, and more. Today, however, we’re just looking to focus on the actual decking boards and the variety of options within those products lines. To that end, we’ll be examining the Transcend, Enhance, and Select composite decking boards.