Under Deck Systems is more than a ceiling that channels water
away from a structure but also allows you to take advantage of usable space under your deck.
Designed to respond to the needs of building professionals and homeowners, UnderShield® is easy to install to new or existing decks, and will maintain unobstructed air flow when properly installed. Panels can run parallel or perpendicular to the home, and an easy-to-use clip creates the desired pitch.
Zip-UP Underdeck® finishes the underside of your deck providing dry, useable outdoor living space without sacrificing headroom or the beauty of your deck. The Zip-UP Underdeck System provides ease of installation and a washable mold resistant surface, while channeling any water from above to your gutter system.
RainEscape allows you to enjoy outdoor living no matter what mother nature has to offer. You can create outdoor spaces you never thought possible. With RainEscape, you can now install TVs, speakers, ceiling fans and more without worry.
An elevated deck creates a lot of moist, moldy and unusable space underneath. With a DEK Drain® system, the space under a raised deck can be transformed into a cozy and lively focal point of family life with finished ceilings, lighting and other amenities.
Trex has realized a solution to a problem everyone knew existed: the space under a second-floor deck is not as useful as it could be. While it would be great to install lighting, create an indoor-outdoor kitchen, or make a dining or living space beneath a deck, water leaking from above can make these uses impossible.
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