From Our Blog:

TnT Builders Remodel

TnT Builders and the story of Trish and Trent has been a solid structure for many people for a long time, providing security, comfort, and a place to call home. But like many structures, it’s time for some repairs and unfortunately the structure we built just doesn’t fit for everyone anymore. So with a lot of thought and an immense amount of sadness, Trent and I have decided it’s time make a change…

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What Our Customers are Saying:

“The front deck looks great and we are so pleased with it…The work went very smoothly and quickly.”

-Chuck, Albany, OR


Planter box created with sustainable materials by deck contractors TNT Builders in Albany, Oregon.Sustainable living is important to us at TNT Builders, and we use materials from suppliers who have a commitment to promoting care of the environment and sustainability. Here are some facts about the sustainable practices of two companies whose materials we use, both for their durability and their reduced environmental impact.

Photos on this page: Top Left, Planter box made with scrap materials; Below Right, Chairs and table made from scrap materials.


  • Trex is one of the largest plastic bag recyclers in the U.S. 3.1 billion recycled grocery bags were collected for use to manufacture Trex products in 2010.
  • Trex Transcend® Railing is made of Fibrex® material, which contains 40% reclaimed wood fiber by weight.
  • No trees are cut down to make Trex products.

Chair and table set created with sustainable materials by deck contractors TNT Builders in Albany, Oregon.For more on Trex, see the company’s Environmentally Friendly page and video.


  • TimberTech decking and railing is manufactured with an average of 51% recycled content.
  • All TimberTech products are urea formaldehyde-free.
  • 99% of waste material created during TimberTech’s manufacturing process is reclaimed.
  • Since 2009, TimberTech has reduced electrical consumption by 2,300,000 KWH per year.
  • TimberTech reclaims and reuses 140,000 gallons of water/day in the manufacturing process by using a closed looped water system; this is the equivalent of providing water to 2,021 average households.
  • Product cartons are made with 43% recycled material fibers which meet SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) sourcing requirements and are 100% recyclable.

For more on TimberTech, see the company’s Sustainable Living page.