All Decks is a full-service cedar deck builder serving King & Snohomish counties in the state of Washington.
Since day one, our focus has been to build beautiful decks where you can create unforgettable memories with friends and loved ones.
What really sets us apart from the local competition is our ability to build customized decks that fit every budget, taste, and preference. One deck at a time, our entire team strives to actualize every outdoor dream.
If you’re weighing your options on whether you should install a new cedar deck or not, you should! The benefits outweigh the cost and make installing a deck profitable and worth every penny.
There are so many high-quality materials that we can help you choose from when it comes to building a new deck for your home. As a top recommended cedar deck builder, here are some quick pros and cons of choosing cedar for your new deck.
Choices, choices. When it comes to the material for your new deck, there are many choices. Working together with our clients is our favorite part of what we do. Together, we analyze the purpose for your deck, how long you plan to live there, your budget, and your willingness to maintain it. Then we can agree on the best material for your new deck.
The most popular materials in the greater Seattle area are:
Frequently asked questions about the materials & our cedar deck building service
No, it’s not too expensive. Cedar decks will require maintenance at least once a year to extend their life span. Cedar decking has to be maintained because frequent moisture, freezing, and wet weather conditions will age your cedar.
We recommend that every fall, you hire someone or take some time to clean your deck. In addition to washing it annually, we recommend that you also reseal it every other year.
We’ve built hundreds of decks in the greater Seattle area the top building materials for locals are:
In the United States, the average cost per linear foot for a basic cedar deck installation is $4.63. Location, accessibility, size, materials, add-on, and maintenance might affect what you pay.
When working with All Decks you can be assured that you won’t be overpaying. We always recommend that you get a few estimates from local providers and weigh your options.
Take the first step, get in touch with us to get your first bid!
A cedar deck can last 15- 20 years if maintained properly and if weather conditions are not too harsh.
Yes, you can! Before you start on your project we always recommend that you consider the option of hiring a professional to do it. DIY projects, from our experience, can run way above budget, cause damage to your property or yourself, can be extremely unsafe.
Hiring a certified and experienced professional might be worth the extra few dollars! Give us a call, we’re dedicated to building decks that are within your budget, needs, and dreams.
Yes, cedar is a great material for a new deck. Scroll up or click here to check out the pros and cons of installing a cedar deck.