Trex Transcend Composite Decking
Trex Transcend: The Composite Leader
Trex has become a leader in the competitive composite decking market by making a high-quality product out of recycled materials, and offering that product in a wide range of products and color options. Their Transcend provides homeowners the peace of mind in having a long-lasting product whose naturalistic beauty won't fade over the years.
Transcend: Durability and Beauty
The Transcend line of decking and railing products were created to complement the home's exterior. Transcend uses a unique system of streaking and wide range of colors to create the beautiful appearance of hardwood without the issues of maintenance and sustainability.
Transcend boards have a protective shell around a hard core of recycled plastic.
This shell provides remarkable fade, stain, mold, and scratch resistance. The protective shell also contains the amazingly realistic wood grain beauty.
The Trex Transcend product line is available in five classic earth-toned colors, as well as a newer selection of lighter-toned shades meant to create the appearance of luxurious tropical woods.
Trex Transcend: Leader in Recycling and Sustainability
Another popular selling point of composite deck materials is their widespread use of recycled materials that would otherwise be sent to landfills. Trex Transcend is no exception; in fact, Trex is a leader in sustainability.
Trex takes sustainability seriously, and incorporates green practices into nearly every step of their manufacturing process.
Trex recycles more than 3 billion used plastic grocery bags into their products every year. That's enough to make Trex one of the largest recyclers of plastic in the nation.
The manufacturing of Trex products keeps about 400 million pounds of plastic and wood waste out of landfills each year. In addition to those 3 billion plastic bags, Trex also uses 200 million pounds of sawdust (waste from sawmills) yearly.
Trex Transcend has been used to create beautiful decks and outdoor spaces for thousands of American homes; its quality and durability is also making it popular for high-traffic commercial use. For example, Transcend is being used to replace a 1.3 mile wooden boardwalk that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Belmar, New Jersey.comments powered by Disqus