Trex Decking

INSTALLATION

DuPage Porches & Decks is pleased to be one of the installers of the celebrated trex deck, which has revolutionized the outdoor composite decking category with its low maintenance, high performance and eco-friendly composite features since 1996. When it comes down to quality decks, trex is the specialist in the segment.

We are professionals in trex decking installation. All you have to do is want our service, and we will do everything for you. We will take care of installing your dream trex deck. We will choose the right kind of deck to last for many years. We will help you pick the color and the best solutions, so you can enjoy your new deck for a long time. Trust the trex decking installation specialists in your area.

How to tell it's genuine

TREX DECKING HAVE A PROTECTIVE SHELL
THE WOOD GRAIN IS DEEP
THERE ARE MORE THAN A DOZEN RICH COLORS
DECK IS MADE OF 95% RECYCLED MATERIALS

UNMATCHED WARRANTY COVERAGE

One of the most important characteristics of the trex composite deck that has made it a best-seller over the years is that it is immune to rot, warp, cracking and termites. Another important feature of this deck in particular is that it has a 25-year warranty in case of material defects.

WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE US FOR YOUR TREX DECK INSTALLATION?

DuPage Porches & Decks has highly experienced deck contractors to carry out any trex deck installation and which is registered with the TrexPro Platform. It should be noted that the TrexPro Platform is a special program where the Trex company selects the most veteran deck companies to do exclusive installations or deck restoration on behalf of the brand. They are also properly qualified to perform custom decking with different colors and configurations.

As part of the TrexPro program,
you can be sure that DuPage Porches & Decks:

It is one of the most trusted and acclaimed deck companies in all of DuPage County and the greater Chicago area.
It has an official Trex certification to carry out any installation of its products within its established standards.
Has an official contractor license.
It has a general liability insurance of the state.

TREX VS OTHER MATERIALS

WOOD

WOOD

Although wood has a completely natural appeal that makes more than one fall in love, it requires constant maintenance to prevent it from deteriorating. In contrast, the Trex deck has that same appeal, but not the maintenance requirement. It is able to withstand years of sun, sleet and snow without fading for a single instant, something that is mainly due to its high performance and eco-friendly composite boards. Other than that, Trex boards have not come directly from any tree. While the trex deck gives you many benefits, wood decks:
• Can rot, split, swell, twist and fade
• Crack from insect infestation (especially termites)
• Require constant painting, staining or sealing
• Splinter easily
• Contributes to the reduction of forests

EARLY-GENERATION COMPOSITE

EARLY-GENERATION COMPOSITE

While composite decking has been around for the last 2-3 decades, Trex has constantly refined them through professional engineering to the point of making them stronger. Without those modifications, first-generation composites would require more deck repair procedures than Trex's high-performance boards, not just in their first year, but over 25 years. While Trex boards are capable of resisting fading and staining, first-generation composite decks:
• Are more susceptible to discoloration and staining over time
• Need periodic cleaning
• Are more prone to mold and mildew, fading, staining and scratching

PVC

PVC

While PVC deckings have become an alternative to wooden deckings due to their minimal maintenance costs, they are actually less eco-friendly due to the fact that they are produced from plastic. On the other hand, the trex deck is composed of 95% recycled materials and created through eco-friendly manufacturing processes, which helps maintain its beauty and performance. The trex deck is capable of standing the test of time. However, PVC decks:
• Are prone to chalking
• They are more prone to shrink and expand with temperature fluctuations
• Can fade and stain from rubber mats, sunscreen and insect repellent
• Are recommended for use with after-market cleaning products to maintain aesthetics over time