Trex Co Inc was founded as a Delaware corporation in 1998. The Company is a manufacturer of wood-alternative decking and railing products, which are marketed under the brand name Trex. It offers durable, low maintenance product offerings in the decking, railing, porch, fencing, trim and steel deck framing categories. The majority of its products are made in a proprietary process that combines waste wood fibers and reclaimed polyethylene. Its principal brand names for decking are Trex Transcend, Trex Enhance and Trex Select, which each feature a protective shell for enhanced protection against fading, staining, mold and scratching. It also has Trex Hideaway, which is a hidden fastening system for specially grooved boards. Its railing products are Trex Transcend Railing, Trex Designer Series Railing, Trex Select Railing, and Trex Reveal aluminum railing. Trex Transcend Railing is available in the colors of Trex Transcend decking and finishes that make it appropriate for use with Trex decking products as well as other decking materials. The Company's Trex Transcend Porch Flooring and Railing System is an integrated system of porch components and accessories. The Company offers Trex Seclusions fencing product through two specialty distributors. This product consists of structural posts, bottom rail, pickets, top rail and decorative post caps. Its TrexTrim product is a low maintenance cellular PVC residential exterior trim product that offers workability, durability, visual appeal and a low level of required maintenance. The Company also offer a steel deck framing system called Trex Elevations. It also offers a line of energy-efficient LED dimmable deck lighting, which is designed for use on posts, floors and steps, called Trex DeckLighting. The line includes a post cap light, deck rail light, riser light and a recessed deck light. The Company has manufacturing facilities in Winchester, Virginia and Fernley, Nevada, which had floor space of approximately 455,000 square feet and 250,000 square feet. The Company's principal competitors include Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies, Inc., Azek Building Products, Inc. and Fiber Composites, LLC. The Company is subject to federal, state and local environmental regulation.