Trex

Trex is the world’s #1 decking brand and the inventor of timber-alternative composite decking. From the beginning, we’ve been committed to helping you create a low-maintenance, high-performance garden retreat that can handle the outdoors without depleting them, and will do so for decades. Because your weekends should be spent relaxing on your deck, not repairing it.

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Size (mm) 1” Square Edge Board (5480 x 140 x 25 ), 1” Grooved Edge Board (4880 x 140 x 25 , 5480 x 140 x 25 , 6096 x 140 x 25), 2” Square Edge Board (4880 x 86 x 33 )
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Description

Our business was built on the invention and perfection of timber-alternative decking. And although we’ve expanded our outdoor offerings through the years, the enduring beauty and hassle-free maintenance of our decking and railing materials still inspire every innovation. Start browsing our collection of information and resources on the revolutionary products at the heart of the world’s #1 decking brand.

For more information call us on 61 3 5174 3145 or visit the Trex at https://au.trex.com/.

Unparalleled beauty

Transcend decking’s deep wood-grain pattern and luxury colours create a premium, ageless look that leaves other composites in the dust.

Hassle-free

No sanding. No staining. No painting. No kidding. (Not to mention simple soap-and-water cleaning.)

Fade, stain, scratch and mould resistant

Transcend maintains its vibrant colour and luxurious finish–come scorching sun or red-wine spill–thanks to its unyielding, three-side shell protection…and our 25-Year Limited Residential Fade & Stain Warranty.

A green deck

See how using a 95% recycled board (that’s almost the whole thing) makes you feel about the great outdoors.

Compliance without compromise

Trex Transcend decking is compliant with bushfire safety regulations for BAL-19 and BAL-29 zones – further proof that innovation is our specialty. See Trex Technical Bulletin for certain requirements in order to meet these regulations. Please also consult your local council or State building codes for your particular geographical requirements.