Here in HanoverRegional magazine, Here in Hanover, shared outdoor living trends which included minimizing deck maintenance by using composite decking like Trex and suggested bringing a contemporary design to an outdoor space by installing Trex Signature Railing.
Family HandymanTrex was featured in a Family Handyman article about how to build a deck with composite, spotlighting Trex as a low-maintenance decking material.
Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionAlison Victoria recommended styling an outdoor space with pergolas and lattice to add a decorative touch in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, noting that both products are available from Trex.
LBM JournalLeslie Adkins, vice president of marketing for Trex, was featured in LBM Journal’s ‘Five Questions’ column, sharing industry insight and reinforcing Trex as an industry leader.
The Detroit NewsTrex Outdoor Lighting was included in a round-up of eco-friendly products in The Detroit News, noting that it can be installed easily into a new or existing deck.
Jessica DavisInfluencer, Jessica Davis shared a few easy ways to spruce up an outdoor space for spring, highlighting her own Trex deck.
Kate CampbellHGTV personality, Kate Campbell showed off her latest home renovation, featuring a Trex deck in Gravel Path.
House & HomeTrex was featured on the cover of House & Home and in seven regional editions of the magazine.
Commercial Construction & RenovationCommercial Construction & Renovation highlighted Trex Commercial Products’ Signature Railing, noting that the product offers a minimalist look that is also sturdy and low-maintenance.
Martha StewartMarthaStewart.com touted Trex decking as an ideal material for creating window boxes due to its durability and weather resistance.
Kitchen & Bath Design NewsTrex Outdoor Kitchens was featured in Kitchen & Bath Design News, which applauded the collection’s vast array of cabinet styles and sizes.
The Construction SpecifierTrex Commercial Products’ custom architectural railings at Dickies Arena were highlighted in The Construction Specifier, which noted that the railings complement the building’s Art Deco style.