You are buying 1 length at 4880mm long Trex Grooved Edge Board in a Lava Rock.
The Trex decking solution is a low maintenance product, which is manufactured from 95% recycled products. It comes
with a 25 year limited residential warranty on fade and stain resistance. The hidden fastening system creates a
seamless look with no exposed screws or holes to interrupt the smooth texture and comfortable feel of
your new Trex deck.
Q1. What is the dimensions of the board?
This product comes 140mm Wide x 25mm Thick x 4.88m Long
Q2. What size gap does the Trex fasteners system provide for the boards?
When the Trex fasteners systems provide a 6mm gap when installed correctly.
Q3. Can Trex be sanded?
We do not recommend sanding. Sanding will change the appearance of the surface of the Trex material and will void the warranty with respect to any condition caused by such sanding.
Q4. Does Trex get hotter than pressure treated timber?
In an independent study, Trex was comparable in surface temperatures to pressure tested boards.
Q5. What is the difference between early-generation and the newer, high performance composite decking?
Understanding the differences between early-generation Trex decking and new high-performance Trex decking is an important factor in understanding what to expect from different kinds of decking. There is one benefit both products have in common. Each is made from 95% recycled materials. Everything else is different:
Early Generation Trex
Early-generation composite decking (Trex Origins®, Trex Accents®, Trex Profiles®, Trex Brasilia® and Trex Contours®) represented a breakthrough for low-maintenance and durability. While wood decking inevitably suffered splinters, warping and rotting, and required considerable maintenance, early-generation Trex never had to be stained and did not rot, warp or twist like wood. Periodic cleanings with a composite deck cleaner were far easier than the dreaded sanding and staining required to maintain wood decks. As the category evolved, this early-generation composite was offered in additional colors and with grain patterns that offered a more natural appearance. Even so, all early generation wood-plastic composites, whether Trex or a competitor’s product, were not stain, scratch or mould-free, and did fade slightly in color as they naturally weathered. To address these issues, Trex introduced a new kind of high-performance decking in 2010. As of 2014, Trex no longer manufactures any early-generation composite decking.
Newer-Generation High Performance Trex Decking
Newer-generation Trex deck boards (Trex Transcend®, Trex Enhance®, Trex Contour®) are manufactured with a high-performance shell that wraps around the composite board to protect it from the elements, providing resistance to fading, staining, scratching and mould. In addition to improved performance, the shell technology offers:
- Easier maintenance: requiring only an occasional cleaning with soap and water or a presser washer.
- Enhanced aesthetics: richer, long-lasting color palettes and natural wood grain patterns.
- Incremental warranty protection: a 25-year limited residential fade and stain warranty.