Trex, Danver heat up outdoor living

The composite decking manufacturer has partnered with Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Trex Company announced that it has something cooking for the 2020 outdoor living and decking season.

The Winchester, Va.-based manufacturer of wood-alternative decking and railing products has partnered with Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens. The move includes a new selection of premium cabinetry and components in the Trex Outdoor Kitchens collection, which will officially debut at the 2020 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas later this month.

The new lineup offers stainless steel cabinetry solutions for today’s outdoor kitchens with style, durability and easy maintenance. It includes seven distinctive door styles comprised of Danver’s top-five sellers and two designs exclusive to Trex Outdoor Kitchens: The Newport, which features two stiles and rails with a center stile; and the Craftsman-inspired London, boasting two stiles and rails with cross mullions.

Trex said the designs can be paired with 14 durable powder-coated colors and wood grain-inspired finishes, along with dozens of cabinet styles in hundreds of sizes.

“Outdoor living is about more than just personal style and atmosphere; it’s also about function and longevity,” said Adam Zambanini, president of Trex Residential Products. “Through our new partnership with the manufacturers of Danver, the Trex Outdoor Kitchens collection delivers on all fronts, allowing homeowners, architects and builders to elevate outdoor spaces with configurable cabinetry options designed and engineered specifically for the outdoors where durability is paramount.”

Mitch Slater, Danver founder and owner, agrees: “As outdoor cooking areas have evolved from stand-alone grills to fully appointed kitchens and living spaces, the demand for more color and style options has grown considerably. With the Trex Outdoor Kitchens collection, designers and homeowners can create functional spaces that rival the indoor kitchen — all crafted to beautifully withstand and endure exposure to the elements. Whether the color palette complements the surrounding landscape or stands out with a dramatic statement color, outdoor living spaces can be created to meet any design and performance need.”

The Trex Outdoor Kitchens collection features modular cabinets designed to accommodate even the most creative kitchen layout. Its semi-custom components increase in three-inch increments – from 9” to 48” – to fit most outdoor appliances from grills and smokers to side burners, sinks and bartending units. Standard cabinets measure 30” tall and 27” deep with 4-inch leveling legs. Cabinets with 24” depth are also available.

Sold to the trade only, Trex Outdoor Kitchens includes a number of useful online tools to guide professionals through the design process: For the novice, a Microsoft Word®-based layout program can be used to quickly create a kitchen elevation drawing. For more detailed specifying, collection components are also available in a variety of file formats, including Revit, CAD, Sketch-Up, 2020 and a limited library in Chief Architect.



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