Trex takes the natural beauty of wood, but leaves behind all the rotting and splintering. You won't miss the splinters and neither will your feet. Trex is also a breeze to maintain, so you'll spend more time relaxing on your deck instead of working on it. And Trex is soft and smooth to the touch, so feel free to kick off your shoes and make yourself at home…outside.
Trex offers more creative freedom than other decking materials. Its style options include not only the ability to physically bend and shape, but also a variety of colors and textures to choose from when crafting your perfect deck.
For nearly forty years consumers have been turning to Great Southern Wood for the best pressure treated lumber products available. They know that for the best protection against rot, fungal decay and termite attack all they need to look for is the little "yella tag." It represents quality, and they know it means their project will withstand the weather season after season. Here's why:
Lifetime Residential and Agricultural Limited Warranty against structural damage caused by fungal decay and termites for above ground, ground contact and fresh water contact applications. See warranty for specific provisions.