Trex Select Railing

Trex Select Railing

Since 1996 Trex has invented, defined and perfected the composite deck category, becoming the world’s largest manufacturer of wood-alternative decking products. Never content to settle, we continue to make strides in outdoor engineering, melding innovation with environmental responsibility and beautiful form with powerful function.

Formed in 1996 through the buyout of a division of Mobil Corporation, our company went public in 1999. Today we offer the industry’s widest array of high-performance composite products, which are available in more than 29 countries around the world. With the largest market share of composite decking in North America, a growing international footprint and over $300,000,000 in annual sales, we lead the industry on a global scale.


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Trex Transcend Decking in Spiced Rum with Stair Lights

Trex Transcend Decking in Spiced Rum with Stair Lights


Deck Framing & Drainage

Decking & Railing


Outdoor Lighting, Furniture & Pergola

Exterior Trim



Recycled Wood

Reclaimed wood that would otherwise end up in a landfill finds its way into Trex high-performance composite decks. By using reclaimed sawdust, we never have to cut down a tree to make our products. Ever.

Recycled Plastic
Trex Transcend Decking in Island Mist

Trex Transcend Decking in Island Mist

The recycled wood in our decks is combined with recycled plastic from a variety of sources ranging from the overwrap on paper towels to dry cleaner bags, sandwich bags, newspaper sleeves, and grocery and shopping bags. Here’s an interesting fact: the average 500-square foot composite Trex deck contains 140,000 recycled plastic bags! That makes us one of the largest plastic bag recyclers in the U.S.

Eco-Friendly Manufacturing

Trex’s proprietary, eco-friendly processing method eliminates the use of smoke stacks . Also, our factory runoff and refuse are recycled back into the manufacturing line. Our trailers even run on vegetable-based oil hydraulics.

The Big Picture

Trex works along with other U.S. Green Building Council members to transform the way building and communities are designed, built and operated with the goal of creating environmentally and socially responsible spaces that improve the quality of life.