Trex is the leading brand of alternative decking, railing, and trim products designed to maximize your outdoor living experience. Trex Company created the composite decking category and revolutionized the industry. Since then, Trex has inspired many imitators, but they still can't match the enduring quality and beauty of Trex. In the end, there is only one genuine Trex.
Low-maintenance Trex won’t splinter, rot, warp, or need sanding and staining like wood
Did you know these Interesting facts about the Trex Company, Inc.? Trex is America’s largest manufacturer of composite decking, all of its decking and railing are manufactured in the United States by its1200+ Employees. The manufacturing process for Trex decking mixes recycled plastic film, like grocery bags and dry cleaning wrap, with reclaimed wood. Trex composite products are made of 95% recycled materials. In redirecting more than 400 million pounds of plastic and scrap wood from landfills each year, Trex is one of the largest plastic film recyclers in the US. In 1988, Roger Wittenberg combined sawdust and plastic bags to create a park bench. In 1996, Mobil Chemical Co. acquired Wittenberg’s technology and formed Trex LLC in through the buyout of part of Mobil Corporation, the company went public in 1999. Trex is currently headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, U.S. Trex has three manufacturing plants, One in Virginia, Arizona, and the 3rd opening in early 2024 in Little Rock, Arkansas.