Wood and Composite
All States Landscaping Custom
Decks for Outdoor Living in Utah
All States Landscaping has been a trusted name in outdoor design and building in Utah since 1985. All States Landscaping in Draper, Utah, offers the commitment of a local family-owned small business paired the expertise of an acclaimed design-and-build firm. We care about every project we build and work closely with you through the design process to bring your outdoor vision to life.
When building a custom deck, it’s important to work with a deck builder that you can trust. All States Landscaping has a proven track record for building high-quality, custom decks that are tailored to each client’s specifications.
When it comes to building a custom deck, there are a lot of choices to make along the way. From size and shape, to materials, to the location of the stairs and choice of rails, it’s a lot to consider.
All States Landscaping design options are extensive, but we don’t ever want you to feel overwhelmed by all the choices you’ll have to make. During the process, our Design Consultants will guide you through every step. Whether you have an exact vision in mind or prefer to bounce around different ideas, we’ll walk you through the material and design options, pointing you in the right direction and making suggestions, if necessary. With so many options available, your deck will truly be your own.
Flexible Design, Low Maintenance Composite Decking
When it comes to materials, you may prefer a composite deck. At All States Landscaping, we build with TimberTech, AZEK and TREX decking materials, which are low maintenance. With composite or PVC decking, you’ll never need to use a stain or sealant. Just perform regular cleanings, and your deck will look good as new. Composite decking is also highly adaptable, giving you great flexibility in design, including curved picture framing and inlays.
Traditional Wood Decks, Some Maintenance Required
The beauty of a custom, wood deck is undeniable. However, to maintain a wood deck, you’ll need to stain and seal it periodically to keep it looking good year after year. How often you need to perform maintenance depends on the location of your deck. A deck that is under cover of shade will require less maintenance than a deck that receives direct sunlight for the better part of the day.