Building beautiful, functional decks in King & Snohomish Counties since 1994! Howard has been building decks since 1983 BUT All Decks started in 1994.
Composite decks are a great option for those that want a deck that requires low maintenance costs, great durability, and looks beautiful. As the preferred local composite deck builder, All Decks can provide you with the perfect deck that not only meets your specific wants and needs but also fits your budget! Because we know the ins and outs of the decking industry, you can rest assured that you’re getting only the highest level of quality for your composite deck.
All Decks is proud to be in the decking industry for over 40 years! We have not only invested the time to educate ourselves about the industry, the best products to use, and hiring the best team, but we also are affiliated with the best brands in the industry. We are a part of the Trex® platform and we are also certified with NADRA (North American Deck & Railing Association).
All Decks is proud to serve our community through beautifying outdoor living spaces. We have proudly gained the reputation of being the greater Seattle area’s top-rated composite deck builder!
Composite decks are composed of plastic and wood particles. The wood particles can either be from sawdust, wood chips, and/or wood fiber pieces. As for the plastic particles, they can either be virgin or recycled plastic.
Wood decks can either be made from redwood, cedar, or pressure-treated wood.
Refer to the picture for the differences!
The great thing about composite decks is that you’re not limited to just a plain wooden color.
Since composite decks contain recycled plastic or virgin plastic, you have the power to choose which design and color you want.
Many people are attracted to the gray wood or the golden-brown hues, which are our most popular choices!
If you’d like to get some inspiration, click here to be directed to our previous projects!
Not only are composite decks great for the environment because they can be made from recycled plastic, but they’re also a great option for those who want to save money on maintenance and replacements. Here are some other great benefits:
Frequently asked questions about the materials & our composite deck building service
Composite decks can last anywhere between 25-30 years if maintained properly, whereas wood decks have a lifespan of 10-15 years.
Composite decks are made out of plastic (recycled or virgin) and wood particles. Wood particles can either be sawdust, wood chips, or wood fiber pieces.
The cost of a composite deck depends upon the size (square footage), the material (there are various grades as in good, better best), and labor. An additional consideration for the cost of railing and stairs should be considered. Fill out the contact for for an estimate of the cost for the installation of a composite deck. Go to Decks.com for an idea on material costs.
Virtually any surface will get too hot on a summer day in full sun. While early composite decks were very sensitive to temperature and did get notoriously hot, any new composite decking will be much more resistant to heat. High- quality modern composite boards don’t become hotter than traditional wooden deck boards. In addition, the lighter the color of the composite deck boards that you choose, the cooler they will stay in direct sunlight. An option to help “cool” it down… is to install a cover for a shaded area.