A variegated light brown with reddish brown streaks, “tiki torch” is the eighth and newest color in the Trex Transcend palette.
The company says Transcend decking — a composite of wood flour and polypropylene, 95 percent of which is recycled — won’t rot, warp, or crack. Its surface is designed to resist fading, scratching, and mold, and according to the company, food and drink spills can be washed off easily with soap and water.
Planks come in 12-, 16-, and 20-foot lengths with two edge profiles: grooved for the Trex hidden fastening system and square.
Transcend decking retails for about $3.50 per lineal foot and is covered by a 25-year limited fade and stain warranty. Matching 1x8 and 1x12 fascia boards are also available. — S.G.
Trex, 800/289-8739, trex.com.