Trex Transcend, Reveal, and Select Railings Available Now!

Trex Railings

Trex Railings

Not that we’re lazy, but we think that making your deck as maintenance free as possible is a good thing. That’s why we love Trex composite materials–they’re high quality, look great, and they’re low maintenance. Of course Trex railings match perfectly with Trex decking, so offering them on our site was a no-brainer.

Trex railings offer something for everyone. From the top of the line to their most economical, all Trex railing styles are high quality, low-maintenance alternatives to traditional lumber.

The top of the line Transcend is virtually completely maintenance free. It features a deep wood grain pattern and a variety of colors that match Trex decking. The three-side shell protection on the Transcend railings ensures they’ll look as good as the day you bought them for many years to come.

Trex Reveal is an aluminum line with a minimalist style. This durable line is good for public spaces, affixes to landscapes (even if they are stone), and features near-zero maintenance. With Reveal you can use aluminum posts, or create a mixed material look with Reveal aluminum and Transcend Posts.

The Trex Select railing is a great way to get Trex quality and style and stay in a tighter budget. Featuring the shell technology that helps keep Trex railings maintenance-, stain-, and mold-free, Trex Select comes in 6 or 8 foot lengths and always uses Transcend Post Caps and Sleeves.

We think that with the Transcend, Reveal, or Select, you’ll be able to find the deck railing style that matches your deck, fits your budget, and minimizes maintenance. These three high quality Trex Railing products are now available at DIY Home Center.

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