All our composite decking brands have railing systems that integrate seamlessly with their products. Composite railing is both low maintenance and designed to compliment composite decking. If you've decided on composite decking for your project, take a look at a few composite railing options as well.
Trex Composite Railing
Transcend is Trex's highest-performance railing option that offers more colors in more component profiles than any railing out there. Won’t rot, warp, peel or splinter (which trumps sanding row after row of wooden balusters any day) and it never needs painting or staining, ever. Talk about luxurious.
Select is luxurious-yet-affordable railing offers an easy installation process that’s perfect for the DIYer. They keep things tidy in classic colors that complement any deck design — all paired with the balusters to match.
Timbertech® Classic Composite Series Top Rails
Premier Railing offers the beauty and feel of real wood railing coupled with the added strength of performance materials. This classic Victorian profile, in five popular colors, offers a high-end look that lasts, with quick and easy installation.
RadianceRail features a sculpted top and gently curved edging. This traditional profile emphasizes smooth lines with invisible hardware. It can be combined with a variety of infills for a truly custom design.
Trademark Railing features a traditional colonial profile with sophisticated, clean lines.
Drink Rail is a deck board turned into a top rail that emulates the railing of traditional wood decks, matches the deck's main color, and offers guests a spacious surface on which to set their drinks.
Reserve Railing offers a generous architectural profile that complements large-scale spaces—decks, porches, and balconies. It features an extra wide top rail and caps that provide a look that makes a lasting statement.