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The Best Trex Decks in Millersville

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Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence provides homeowners with the best Trex decks in Millersville.

Are you looking for a home deck that is both attractive and low-maintenance? Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence can provide you with the best decking material that offers both of those qualities. Trex decks are built from brand-name high-performance composite decking materials. While using Trex, you can design a deck that imitates perfectly the look of classic fence materials like wood and PVC. However, these decks require little maintenance and are significantly more eco-friendly. When you are ready to choose among the best Trex decks in Millersville, contact the deck experts at Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence. 

Meet the Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence Professionals 

The professional deck team at Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence has been building impressive decks and fences for our Maryland community since 1986. Since day one, we have offered our customers fair, honest pricing for impeccable products. Our team members bring years of experience to every project and are prepared to bring the same knowledge to your new deck design. 

If you want to see our decking materials up close, you can visit our indoor showroom at 800 Rt. 3 in South Gambrills, Maryland. While there, you can see firsthand how Trex compares to the alternatives and speak with a designer about the benefits of a Trex deck. 

How Trex Decks Compare to Traditional Decks

Trex is a high-performance composite material that Millersville homeowners can use to create beautiful decks that require little maintenance. How does Trex compare to your other decking options? 

  • Trex can imitate classic wood fencing without requiring the same maintenance. Trex is resistant to termites and rot and can withstand years of weather without fading. Additionally, Trex is environmentally friendly by not requiring deforestation for its creation. 
  • Compared to early-generation composite materials, Trex is more resistant to fading and staining. Your Trex deck can look brand new for as many as 25 years!
  • PVC is another classic deck material that is resistant to termites, mold, and rot. However, PVC is made from plastics and is not environmentally friendly. Trex is made from 95% recycled materials and produced in an eco-friendly manufacturing process. Unlike PVC, Trex is also resistant to expanding, shrinking, and fading. 

Guaranteed Satisfaction from Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence

We work tirelessly at Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence to provide each of our customers with access to the best Trex decks in Millersville. 

There are many designs for you to explore for your new deck. Our team members can answer any questions you have about which design will suit your home best. After deciding on the best materials for your deck, we can also help you determine whether a low, mid, or high-elevation deck is what you prefer. Then, you may consider whether a north, south, east, or west-facing deck is best. 

At Mid-Atlantic Deck and Fence, we explain the benefits of every deck design option to our customers. We take pride in our products, and our highly-trained service members will do all that they can to provide you with a beautiful and long-lasting deck. Contact us when you are ready to enjoy the benefits of the best Trex decks in Millersville. If you aren’t pleased with your new deck, we haven’t done our job.

Call Mid-Atlantic Deck & Fence for Trex Decks in Millersville!

Mid-Atlantic Deck & Fence has almost 30 years of experience in building beautiful custom fences, gazebos, screened-in porches, and decks throughout the state of Maryland. We have the expertise to design your dream fence or custom deck and have it installed in a headache-free process. Give us a call at 1-800-833-9310 or visit us online for a quote today! We offer many different styles of fencing and decking, in addition to custom options designed specifically to suit your preferences and tastes. To see examples of our work and get more tips on how to choose the right decking for your family, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Houzz, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn.