Zuri Premium Decking – Most decking materials have some level of compromise: either you get the beautiful hardwood of your dreams, or you opt for something lower maintenance with less style. A Zuri deck accomplishes the best of both worlds — the look of real hardwood with the worry-free maintenance of a composite.
Synthetic and Low Maintenance Decking
Azek decking repels stains and never fades. Of course we used Deckmaster Hidden Brackets. With decking this good, who wants to see screw heads? In the few areas where we couldn’t use Deckmaster we used Cortex screws and plugs that match the Azek perfectly. You have to look really closely to see the plugs… Read More!
TimberTech composite decking and railing products add beauty to any homes What’s more, TimberTech is low maintenance, safe, durable, and can even increase the value of your home. TimberTech maintains its color and beauty for years without the work of painting, staining or sealing. And, because it resists mildew, warping and insects, there’s no need to replace rotting, uneven or termite-damaged boards. This saves time and money over the life of your deck and fence.
Caring for TimberTech is easier than wood and will allow you to focus on maximum enjoyment instead of maximum maintenance. Deckmaster Fine Decks can install the complete line of TimerTech’s low maintenance outdoor building products that are durable and made with high quality materials.
They offer a wide variety of colorchoices and styles, designed to fit your life and design preferences. From traditional wood-plastic composite planks to PVC decking material; from railing and lighting to under deck drainage systems, TimberTech decks will transform your home. Read More!
Furniture Grade Decking
Hardwoods | Tropical wood | Cedar
Deckmaster Fine Decks uses responsibly-grown, sustainable wood that matches our clients tastes and needs. Whether you desire Redwood, Cedar, ipe or batu, we can create a beautiful, long-lasting and durable deck.
Take for example, our client who initially wanted a composite deck. But after he saw ipe he realized that the stunning appearance of this exotic hardwood could not be passed up. Ipe is in my opinion, among the best deck woods in the world. It comes from South America, is highly rot resistant, and is 80% harder than oak… Read More!
The environmental movement continues to grow rapidly across the country. People are thinking “Green” when doing daily activities and changing routines to better serve our environment. We strive to work with “green” companies that provide quality sustainable materials that adhere to the following initiatives:
1. Clean Manufacturing: minimize waste in all facets of our business, minimize energy consumption while striving to convert energy used to renewable sources and reduce our impact on local water supplies through responsible use and disposal.
2. Product Development: incorporate as many sustainable materials and processes
into the product we manufacture without sacrificing quality.
3. Community Involvement: be a leader in the local community on sustainable
practices and charitable contributions and involvement.
Patio Covers and Arbors
Making the Back Yard Livable
This Sonoma County back yard was HOT!!! It literally cried out for a deck and patio cover. The western exposure meant that summer afternoon sun reflected off the wall of the house like a solar oven. The owner had to keep the shades drawn on the windows inside to keep the sun from overheating the house. The solution was to build this elegant patio cover which is architecturally pleasing and transforms the back yard into a comfortable and inviting living area… Read More!
Preserving the View
We live in one of the most visually appealing areas in the world. At Deckmaster Fine Decks, we’re committed to preserving the view. Let us show you all the possibilities in railing and baluster choices.
One of our customers’ expansive deck commands views of the whole Sonoma Valley all the way to San Pablo Bay. Our challenge was to preserve the view without incurring the expense of stainless steel cable rail. The solution was to use “High Five” square wire panels… Read More!