Trex names Paragon Stairs exclusive provider of its spiral stairs

In a move that brings together two industry leaders dedicated to enhancing outdoor living spaces with innovative, stylish solutions, the world’s largest manufacturer of high-performance, low-maintenance composite decking, and railing has tapped Paragon Stairs, the largest producer of spiral stairs in the U.S., to be the exclusive supplier for its Trex Spiral Stairs collection.

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WINCHESTER, Va. — Trex Company said it is stepping into outdoor living season with a strategic new addition to its roster of licensed partners. The company, which says it is the world’s largest manufacturer of high-performance, low-maintenance composite decking and railing has tapped Paragon Stairs, the largest producer of spiral stairs in the U.S., to be the exclusive supplier for its Trex Spiral Stairs collection.

“Trex is highly selective when it comes to licensing our brand,” said Leslie Adkins, group vice president of marketing and ESG development for Trex. “We look for manufacturers who share our values and whose products we feel will integrate seamlessly with our portfolio while upholding the promise of premium quality and service that our channel partners and consumers associate with the Trex brand. As the leading manufacturer in its category, Paragon checks all of these boxes."

Jeff Pieper, president of Paragon Stairs, said that “Beyond (Trex's) brand strength and reach, we have been delighted with the collaboration and support that they have offered. In addition, there is alignment between our companies about what’s important – quality, customer satisfaction, and operating with integrity. We are very excited about the growth opportunity that this partnership represents, as well as the opportunity to contribute to the value and enjoyment that Trex customers can derive from our combined market-leading outdoor solutions.”

For the Trex Spiral Stairs collection, Paragon offers two modular systems specifically designed to pair perfectly with Trex decking and railing. The Vista Spiral Stair model elevates outdoor ambiance while emphasizing simplicity and functionality with its mill finish aluminum frame and adjustable sleeves. Adding sophistication and style to any deck, the Summit Spiral Stair features premium powder-coated finishes and a wide range of design options tailored to complement a homeowner’s unique vision. Both models incorporate Trex deck boards in the stair treads for optimal design integration and are backed by a lifetime fabrication warranty.

The two models are available with more than 5,000 customizable options. To simplify the selection process, Paragon starts each project with a free consultation during which a design expert collaborates one-on-one with the contractor, homeowner, or both to develop a custom stair design based on that project’s unique specifications. Visitors to the Trex Spiral Stairs website can also build their own set of spiral stairs using an online configurator. Additionally, installation is straightforward and can be completed using basic tools in just a few hours.

“Trex Spiral Stairs are ideal for use wherever space may be at a premium,” added Adkins. “Like Trex decking, they’re ultra-durable and engineered to weather the elements. They won’t rust or corrode, making them perfect for coastal applications. And they are beautifully finished to add sophistication and visual appeal to any outdoor living space.”


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