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Old 05-20-04, 05:15 AM
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Trex pricing

Does anyone have pricing info for Trex, or similar composite decking materials? I know I want to go that route, but am curious as to how much loot I'm going to have to shell out.

The labor will be done by me, so that's no problem...just need roundabout building material costs.
 
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Old 05-20-04, 07:18 AM
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Hey Bacon, I don't know about particular brands, but the composites that I have seen at Home Depot run approx twice the price of pressure treated. If I remember correctly, last weekend they had 16 foot P.T. for $15 and the composite was $29. Hope this helps.
 
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Here are prices for Trex that I was quoted locally last fall.

4x4x52 Trex saddle rail post $26.45
5/4x6x12 Trex saddle deck board $19.70
5/4x6x16 Trex saddle deck board $26.25
5/4x6x20 Trex saddle deck board $32.75
2x2x42 Trex saddle baluster $3.20
2x4x12 Trex board saddle $17.95
1x6x12 Trex board saddle $19.95


This is in Montgomery County, PA.

These were the cheapest prices I found. Some places were up to $5 more per board.
 
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Best way to find out what you are going to be paying for Trex where you are is to ask your local Trex dealers. I happen to have 3 of them here in town to choose from, and for me, their prices work out to be the same -- any one of them will match the others price, At the moment I'm paying about $45 for a 20' Natural 2X6, and about $51 for Saddle.

creiter quoted prices for 5/4 decking and some of the component prices. I don't use 5/4 Trex. For whatever reason, the distributor who supplies all 3 of my retailers is charging the same for 5/4 decking as he is for 2X6. That means it costs MORE to build the deck with 5/4 than with 2X6's -- it requires more joists.
 
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Old 06-13-04, 10:13 AM
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Check out www.timbertech.com to find a dealer nearest you. They will be able to provide you with quotes.
 
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Old 06-14-04, 08:17 AM
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Where did you get you rquotes from?

I live in Mont. County as well and am building a Trex Deck..

I realize it was probably a while ago, but none the less...

Where did you get your quotes? I'm currently waiting for a quote from a place in Phoenixville, PA




Originally Posted by creiter
Here are prices for Trex that I was quoted locally last fall.

4x4x52 Trex saddle rail post $26.45
5/4x6x12 Trex saddle deck board $19.70
5/4x6x16 Trex saddle deck board $26.25
5/4x6x20 Trex saddle deck board $32.75
2x2x42 Trex saddle baluster $3.20
2x4x12 Trex board saddle $17.95
1x6x12 Trex board saddle $19.95


This is in Montgomery County, PA.

These were the cheapest prices I found. Some places were up to $5 more per board.
 
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Pricing is set by the retailer, based on what their distributor is charging them. I do enough volume that I can beat the retailers down a little on the price, but NOTHING like the prices you are quoting. You want to ship me a couple of truckloads???
 
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Old 06-14-04, 05:27 PM
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lefty, that is the poor PA guy prices. You are getting those rich Cali price schedules.
 
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Trex Saddle Board Prices

I just paid $27.00 for 12' Trex Saddle Boards at Home Depot, 0% APR (but hidden finance charges if you don't pay in full, equal to the 26% APR you would have paid) for a year. 16' boards were $36.00, both at $2.25 a board foot. The 8' boards were more expensive, $20.
 
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Welcome to the forums! In 6 years, hopefully they got theirs installed. Prices do go up.
 
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