There are an endless amount of possibilities when it comes to the color options that Trex offers for decks. From color choices like Gravel Path to Beach Dune, Trex has it all. But how can you determine which deck color is right for you? No worries. Trex provides deck color visualizers to help you with your color decision.
Trex Deck Color Visualizers
Trex is known as the world’s #1 decking brand and is considered the inventor of wood-alternative composite decking. When using Trex, you are guaranteed low maintenance, high performance, and hassle free work. No more spending your weekends trying to repair your deck; with Trex, you are able to relax whenever you want. Below are a couple of deck color options.
Trex Transcend (Classic Earth Tones)
When selecting Trex Transcend classic earth tone colors such as Rope Swing, Tree House and Vintage Lantern, there are a few things to keep in mind:
- It is fade, stain, scratch and mold resistant
- It’s considered a “green deck”
- The beauty is like no other
- It is hassle free
Trex Transcend uses 95% of recycle board and requires no sanding, staining or painting. It has a three-sided shell protection and offers a 25-year limited residential fade and stain warranty. Trex Transcends deep wood-grain hues gives off an ageless look that will leave the other deck composites in the dust.
When choosing Trex Enhance colors such as Saddle and Beach Dune, consider these few things:
- It’s earth friendly
- It has high performance
- It is super compatible with all Trex railing
Trex Enhance is made from reclaimed wood and sawdust that’s recycled into plastic packaging. With this particular type of brand, you are able to mix and match Trex Enhance decks with any of Trex’s railing lines to create a customized look. Trex Enhance features a rich, sophisticated finish that adds value to its appeal.
Why Choose Trex at Miles Bradley?
Everyone loves the natural look of wood, but hate the work that you have to put into it to get it to look that way. When owning a wooden deck, there’s a lot of sanding, staining, painting and sealing that takes place. However, with Trex, you don’t have to worry about any of those things. Trex was designed with the beauty of wood decking but does not require all of that maintenance.
Miles Bradley recommends using Trex for decking. In fact, Miles Bradley is very experienced with Trex and have been using it for years. When trying to compare Trex composite decking to wood decking, there is no competition. Trex is in a league of its own.
If you are interested in learning more about Trex or would like to get your Trex deck installed, contact us.