They say everything is bigger in Texas and that now includes the distribution footprint of Trex Company. The world’s largest manufacturer of high-performance, wood-alternative decking and railing, and leader in low-maintenance, eco-friendly outdoor living products has bolstered its service in the growing Texas market with the addition of long-time distributor partner Snavely Forest Products to its South Central network.
“The South Central region is one of the most active areas of the country right now for building and remodeling,” noted Bret Martz, vice president of North American professional sales for Trex. “As Trex continues to experience broad-based demand driven by strong consumer interest in outdoor living, expanding our alliance with a known and highly respected distribution partner like Snavely will enable us to serve our channel partners across the region more efficiently and effectively.”
Trex has enjoyed a decades-long relationship with Snavely Forest Products, a recognized leader in the wholesale lumber and building products industry. Commemorating its 120th anniversary, Snavely serves independent dealers and home centers across the U.S., delivering superior materials, exceptional service and marketplace expertise. With this expanded partnership, Snavely will supply Trex products throughout Texas and the surrounding markets through its distribution centers in Dallas and Houston.
“Our strategy for success is to align with the best suppliers in the industry,” said Clark Spitzer, COO of Snavely Forest Products. “Our partners, like Trex, produce the highest quality product lines that are manufactured with superior engineering, competitive price points, and with sustainability and environmental standards in mind. Through these selective and long-standing relationships, we are able to offer the most relevant products to our customers every day.”
Trex products are offered through an extensive network of building products distributors and dealers, and are sold at more than 6,700 retail locations. For more information about Trex, visit Trex.com.