Trex TranscendTraditional Deck, DC Metro

Designed using Trex Transcend decking in Lava Rock – a rich reddish-black shade with subtle shading and natural shade variations creating distinctive hardwood-like streaking and intense tropical hues and Trex Transcend decking in Tiki Torch – a warm, earthy shade features rich, reddish-brown hardwood streaking, and is designed to off the look of real tropical hardwoods with slight variations of color and streaking.

Additional Trex products featured include Trex Elevations, Trex Reveal railing, Trex Pergola, Trex Outdoor Furniture and Trex Outdoor Lighting – stair riser lights, post cap lights and recessed lights.

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reetusahota wrote:March 30, 2014
zeaneth wrote:January 29, 2014
Charlie Lockwood wrote:February 18, 2014
  • PRO

    Hi Charlie,

    There are a few different methods that can be used, but we recommend consulting a local contractor for more details on what would work best for your outdoor space. You can find a local TrexPro contractor on our website.

  • PRO
    Stellar Decks
    What has worked best for me is cutting your stringers using ACQ plywood. Use 3 layers per stringer and stagger the seams. You can screw the plywood stringers together and also use a PL type glue for added strength. The plywood can be curved to the radius your looking for. But just remember it can't be a really tight radius. Also your going to be using a lot of plywood when your creating these steps. All stair stringers need to be 12" on center for stairs when using Trex decking.
Hans Gölz wrote:December 8, 2013
  • abadsusan
    Excellent quality workmanship. My Dad was one of those master builders from Va. :)
  • Hans Gölz
    Dear Sirs from Trex Co.; so they have to cover everything when it rains? I ask this, because I am very interesting in the design and use of wood. I live in Peru- South America and wnat to do something similar in Cuzco, a city where it rains.
    I looked at your web page. Very nice work. Thank you for your help
jtman9200 wrote:November 6, 2014
  • fastflyby
    Lava Rock is the color name of the Trex boards used
  • PRO

    Lava rock is referring to the color of the Trex
    Transcend boards that are used in this deck.

linlaw wrote:July 7, 2014
Corey P wrote:February 24, 2019
  • PRO

    Hello Corey, Apologies in the delay to responding. Thank you for your question. The waterproofing here would be our RainEscape system. Hopefully this is helpful for you. If you do have any other questions please give us a call at 1-800-BUY-TREX and one of our Customer Loyalty Advocates would be happy to help you. Kindly, Trex Customer Care

Suresh Thopaiah wrote:March 25, 2018
thorpey93 wrote:October 4, 2017
rporreca wrote:September 30, 2016
  • PRO

    That is our Reveal aluminum railing. The posts are from our Transcend railing line, and the balusters are round, black aluminum. You can use Reveal posts instead of the Transcend posts if you prefer. For more, visit

segrem wrote:March 30, 2016
johnagebauer wrote:March 19, 2016
  • PRO

    No, the top and bottom rails are made from our Reveal aluminum railing line and the composite posts are from our Transcend railing line. In this case, the contractor curved the top and bottom rails. We do not sell them curved.

eQuality Tech Inc. wrote:March 4, 2016
danasaville wrote:May 14, 2014
  • PRO
    Hi, danasaville - This deck was installed with Trex RainEscape, a deck drainage system. A network of troughs and gutters keeps rain, spills and snow melt from dripping through elevated deck boards, ensuring dry patio area on the ground level below. Find out more about RainEscape here:
Mike Robb wrote:January 21, 2014
Jennifer M wrote:November 30, 2013
rdayk wrote:November 5, 2013
  • PRO
    We don't see any purple flowers here, but let us know if you're looking at a different image of ours and we'll try to find out!
Debe Campbell wrote:November 12, 2018
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