Trex Transcend® Classic Earth Tones

Featuring monochromatic colours, Classic Earth Tones lend a cosy touch to any garden landscape.

2 Outstanding Colours

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Gravel Path

Gravel Path, Like a stony pastoral lane, This decking board brings a pristine grey to the outdoors with its true-to-nature vibrancy complemented by a natural wood-grian pattern.

Rope Swing

Rope Swing is a light sandy taupe decking board which is complemented by a natural wood-grian pattern.

limited residential 50 year fade & stain warranty
Rope Swing Grooved Edge Board

Rope Swing Grooved Edge Board

139.7mm x 25.4mm (5.48Mtrs)

Rope Swing Square edge board

Rope Swing Square Edged Board

139.7mm x 25.4mm (5.48Mtrs)

Gravel Path Fascia Board

Gravel Path Fascia Board

184.2mm x 14mm (3.66Mtrs)

Outdoor decking using trex components

Trex Transcend® Composite Decking

Transcend decking’s deep timber-grain pattern and luxury colours create a premium, ageless look that leaves other composites in the dust.

Rich, fade-resistant colours mimic the look of natural timber while keeping maintenance to a minimum. Trex Transcend decking colours hail from two different colour families:

Premium Tropicals offer an exotic look, while Classic Earth Tones lend a cosy touch to any garden landscape.

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Ways you win with a composite deck:

50* year limited residential warranty by Trex

Hidden clip system

Enhanced protection from the weather

Wide range of colours to suit your home

Won’t split or rot

Never needs to be oiled or painting

No splinters

Looks like wood but has none of the work

Doesn’t Fade or Stain

Very easy to install

Won’t be eaten by termites

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Trex offers an array of hidden fastening systems that seamlessly complement the aesthetics of the Transcend® Classic Earth Tones collection. These fasteners are designed to provide a clean and unobtrusive look to the deck surface.

Hidden fasteners offer several benefits, they eliminate the need for visible screws or nails, creating a smooth, uninterrupted deck surface that enhances both aesthetics and safety. Hidden fasteners also reduce the risk of splinters and make installation more efficient.

No, Trex Transcend® Classic Earth Tones decking is designed with a protective shell that eliminates the need for staining, sealing, or painting, reducing maintenance efforts.

Composite decking, including Trex Decking, can become warm when exposed to direct sunlight due to its material composition. Advancements in technology, such as those employed by Trex in the new Transcend Lineage range have significantly improved the heat dissipation properties of composite materials. The extent of heat retention can vary based on factors such as the colour, texture, and specific design of the decking.

Composite decking offers durability, low maintenance, a longer lifespan, and an eco-friendly approach due to recycled and reclaimed materials. Though it may have a higher upfront cost, it provides long-term savings, and less effort to upkeep.

Solid decking has a dense core, offering strength, durability, and better load-bearing capacity, suitable for high traffic and heavy furniture. Hollow decking has a lighter, hollow core, making it less effort to install, however is more susceptible to mould than a solid composite core board. From a budgetary standpoint, you may save a little money up-front by purchasing hollow boards but may wind up needing to replace them sooner and /or more frequently.

Yes, all composite decking, including Trex decking, can expand and contract with changes in temperature and weather conditions. However, unlike natural wood or other composite materials, Trex Decking employs design and installation strategies to minimise these effects.

With Trex’s specific manufacturing processes and material compositions the degree of expansion and contraction is reduced, making the decking more stable and less prone to issues like warping or buckling.