All Season Decks
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We not only promise to deliver beautiful outdoor living spaces, but that you will never have to worry about clean-up. We leave every site immaculate. We are bonded and insured.

Our Services Include:

Free Estimates
No two projects are the same. We don't believe in one price fits all, because we won't skimp on your service. We provide accurate, realistic, and reasonable estimates.

Materials (wood or composite) Talk to your sales representative for the best option for your deck project.

Cedar: Cedar decking has been a standard in the Northwest for many, many years.  Cedar is an attractive and affordable decking option.  Because it is relatively soft, cedar is prone to damage and wear in high traffic areas, though sanding and refinishing is a fairly simple process.  Left unfinished, cedar will soon weather to gray and typically least around 10-15 years.  A regular application of a quality preservative is recommended for maintaining a "shiney" appearance and prolonging the life span of the product.

Composite: The popularity of wood/plastic composite decking has increased over the years.  Refered to as "maintenance free", these materials still require seasonal cleaning to look and perform their best.  There are many options for composite decking and choosing one can be difficult.

IPE: Pronounced "eepay".  Ipe is an extremely dense, tight-grained tropical hardwood.  It has incredible natural resistance to rot, decay and insect damage.  Properly maintained, Ipe offers a life span of nearly 100 years.  Even without preservatives this species will provide over 25 years of serviceable use (although the color will fade through the years).  Ipe's appearance is dark to olive brown.  Ipe carries a Class 1-A fire rating, the same as steel and concrete.

Pressure Treated Lumber:
Wood, as a building material, is often treated by forcing preservatives into wood cells.  Due to health concerns the use of arsenic (Chromated Copper Arsenate-CCA) is being phased out.  Alkaline Copper Quaternary (ACQ) and Copper Azoles (CA) are the most common alternatives.  All Season Decks uses ACQ and CA treated wood for all posts, beams, and joists in the decks we build.

Fastners and Hardware
Galvanized and Stainless Steel:
  Because the new pressure treated wood causes faster corrosion in metals, we use only galvanized and stainless steel hardware and fastners.

5 Year structural warranty.  Contact us for warranty information.

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