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Trex Introduces New Composite Decking

Trex has introduced Trex Signature decking, a realistic woodgrain that raises the bar for beauty, performance and sustainability, and is now available in designated markets across the West Coast, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.

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Trex has introduced Trex Signature decking, a realistic woodgrain that raises the bar for beauty, performance and sustainability, and is now available in designated markets across the West Coast, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.

Trex Signature replicates the grain and color richness of real wood in two luxurious hues inspired by stunning natural settings:

  • Ocracoke evokes the rich dark browns found on the secluded North Carolina island where nature is sheltered by sandy dunes and marshy shores.
  • Whidbey features variated grey hues reminiscent of the misty cliffs of the island in Washington State where salt-washed fog rolls in like a morning blanket.

Made from recycled and reclaimed materials, Trex Signature is crafted with the natural look of interior hardwoods, but engineered to withstand the elements and demands of the outdoors.

Further enriching its appeal, the new line is backed by a 50-year limited residential warranty and is complemented by the full range of Trex Signature railing, including design options like mesh rail, rod rail and glass panels.

“Trex Signature elevates the premium composite decking category with the achievement of the most authentic wood aesthetics to date,” said Adam Zambanini, president of Trex Residential.

For more information, visit  Signature.Trex.com.

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