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  • TREX DECKING

    Trex Company, the world’s No 1 decking brand, offers a simple and easy way to build with green materials whilst not compromising on look and feel. With high-definition wood grain patterns and rich, saturated colours inspired by the outdoors, Trex composite decking looks natural and boasts a vibrancy that remains unchanged for years. Colour options range from deep earth tones to warm umbers, spicy reds and pristine greys.

    Made of more than 95% recycled materials, Trex composite decking provides the look and feel of real wood, without the environmental impact.  Offering an elegant finish requiring minimal maintenance, Trex is the optimal outdoor flooring for creating an enviable al fresco living space.

    Trex resists fading, scratching and mould growth so, unlike wooden decking, it won’t rot, warp, crack, split or splinter. Composite decking is also splinter-free, making it a much safer and more comfortable decking choice for all families.

    Featuring a protective shell for superior defense against severe weather and heavy foot traffic, Trex deck boards will retain their good looks even after years of wet British winters and are guaranteed to look as good as new by the time summer comes around – year after year. Just an occasional sweep, and a clean with soap and water is all that is needed to ensure the beauty of a Trex deck for decades.

    Trex decking is available locally through Arbordeck stores http://www.arbordeck.co.uk/ with prices starting from £75m² including VAT (tax) and secret fixings.

    Visit http://uk.trex.com for more information on Trex products.

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