Trex Decking

Are you looking for a long-lasting, durable and reliable deking product for your new deck installation? Trex decking is a leading choice for homeowners in McHenry and Northwest Kane counties in Illinois – and across the country!

Trex decking is a unique material that combines the best features of alternative decking like composite board and PVC with the rich, natural look of wood. This versatile decking material is purpose built to create a deck you can rely on for years to come, made from a composite mix of recycled plastics and composite woods with a weather-resistant outer layer that protects the decking and offers more than a dozen unique colors to choose from.

Building a new deck with Trex composite decking gives you get the best of all worlds. When compared to wood, Trex decking is more resistant to rot, warping and swelling while also offering resistance to insects and splintering. Trex decking is also not susceptible to mold, mildew, fading and staining like early composite decking. When compared to PVC plastic decking, Trex is less susceptible to swelling and shrinking in the summer and winter seasons and more fade and stain resistant. This makes it less likely to discolor from using rubber mats or spilled bug repellant and sunscreen.

Trex decking offers all of the same great looks as natural wood decking, as well, but with so many unique advantages, Trex easily outclasses other building materials. When you work with Brad Beller Construction to design your new deck space in McHenry, Algonquin, Huntley, Lake in the Hills or Woodstock, they can incorporate Trex in your choice of colors to provide you with a durable, reliable and attractive new space to enjoy the world just beyond your backdoor all year round.

Spend more time enjoying your deck and less time maintaining it when you choose Trex decking with Brad Beller Construction. To learn more about designing your custom Trex deck or planning a new deck construction at your home in McHenry or Northwest Kane counties, call Brad Beller Construction in Lakewood today at 815-455-8051.