The natural beauty of the great Northwest serves as an open invitation to the great outdoors. Rain or shine, Portland area residents accept that invitation without reservation. While there may be more rain than shine, the fresh air, lush greenery and mild temperatures are temptations that few can resist. Crowded parks and outdoor cafes abound, so it’s no surprise that so many people want to create welcoming and enjoyable outdoor spaces in their own backyards. Whether you’re a party of one enjoying some birdsong and solitude or you’re entertaining guests, there’s nothing like moving the party outdoors to invite relaxation.
Eric Fahland at Archadeck of West Portland specializes in helping people create and build their own uniquely individual backyard sanctuaries. Since 1980, the company has completed 100,000 outdoor structures, including fire-pits, patios, screened porches and gazebos. Due to the amount of rain here in the northwest, deck creation, replacement and safety maintenance is one of his areas of expertise.
Whatever your vision of backyard paradise is, the experienced deck designers and building professionals at Archadeck of West Portland will guide you through the process of making it a reality. Our designers come to your home to listen carefully to your ideas and assess the space. Then, using 3D design technology, they bring your vision to life by creating a rendering that allows you to see exactly what your deck will look like when completed. Customers love that they can view the finished creation before building even begins. Not only does it help prevent costly errors, it also helps people see where finishing touches like planters will look best.
If you’re thinking of celebrating spring by enhancing your outdoor space with a new custom deck, the experienced professionals at Archadeck of West Portland can help. We do everything from obtaining the proper permits to photographing your completed project to add to our catalogue of client creativity. For a free consultation, give us a call at (503) 925-8756 today.