Resurface Your Current Deck
Out with the old and in with the new!
Resurface your old deck with Trex
Resurfacing your deck with Trex is easy to do, and the results are easy to love.
If the boards on your existing deck are looking a bit worn – and the foundation and deck framing system are sound – you can simply replace the walking surfaces and deck railings with Trex decking and railing. It’s an ideal way to save time and
RESURFACE YOUR DECK IN DAYS. ENJOY IT FOR DECADES.
Isn’t it time to scrap that warped, splintery, faded wood? Replace it with Trex high-performance composite decking and enjoy long-lasting, low-maintenance beauty for decades to come. After all, your time outdoors shouldn’t be spent sanding, scraping and staining – it should be spent sitting on your deck enjoying the view.
Check joists spacing and overall condition of framing to determine if the substructure is sound.
After obtaining any necessary building permits, carefully remove and discard the old decking and railing, leaving the substructure and framing in place.
Inspect all framing/framing hardware for code compliance, structural integrity and compliance with the current Trex Installation Guide.
To ensure a level surface for the Trex boards, make sure that the joists are level and even with each other.
You may need to shim or shave the joists to make them level and even.
Install Trex decking, following instructions for spacing from the Trex Installation Guide.
Attach new pressure treated structural rail posts to framing as required by code and the Trex Installation Guide.
Install Trex Post Sleeves.
Assemble Trex railing and balusters per the Trex Installation Guide.