Advantages of Trimax® for Framing

dec20-1 If you’re looking for structural composite lumber that’s a cut above others for applications such as docks, marinas, and other submerged (or close-to submerged)
structures, consider Trimax®.

It offers enhanced durability and is ultra-resistant to moisture, fungi, chemicals, and marine borers. Other advantages of Trimax structural lumber include:

  • Long-lasting
  • Easy to install and maintain
  • Attractive
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Backed by a 25-year limited warranty You can cut and install Trimax like you
    would natural wood, using conventional tools and methods. But, unlike wood,
    Trimax doesn’t splinter, split, rot, or stain. To maintain its beauty and performance,
    it requires no scrubbing, staining, painting, sanding, or sealing. Trimax is made from a patented blend of virgin and recycled post-consumer/post-industrial HDPE (high-density polyethylene), with non-organic additives to stiffen it. With no trees used in  anufacturing Trimax, you have the peace of mind that you’re doing right by the environment
    when using it.


For more information about Trimax and its many benefits in projects that need optimal strength with minimal maintenance, call us!