If you've decided to add a new deck to your home or replace an old one, you should consider using Trex decking instead of lumber.
is much more durable and offers less maintenance than 100% wood. When comparing prices between lumber and Trex, lumber is cheaper, but the savings is clear when you add up the cost to maintain a wood deck over the years.
Composite decking wins hands-down when you consider the cost savings in maintenance, labor and supplies. Here are some of the many other advantages from choosing Trex for your deck.
Low Maintenance - Trex decking doesn't require sanding, painting, staining, or regular water seal treatments. It's easily cleaned with soap and water or a pressure washer.
Superior Durability - Trex won't rot, warp or splinter like real wood plus, it resists termites, fading, staining, scratching, and mold. With Trex, you get a 25-year limited residential warranty against fading and staining.
Green - Trex is constructed of 95% recyclable materials. So while you're reusing materials that won't end up in a landfill, you're also saving a few trees.
Colorful - Trex offers a variety of composite decking colors from which to choose. Over a dozen deck colors plus six railing colors give you an abundance of choices to mix, match, or contrast so that you get the deck you've always dreamed of.
3 Grades to suit any budget - Trex decking offers grades from which to choose to fit your budget so that you get a broad selection of styles and colors as well as high performance and low maintenance.
Wouldn't you rather spend your summer enjoying your deck than maintaining it? Contact Forsyth Structures for a durable deck built from composite materials.
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