FSC Certified Redwood decking is not only one of our most sustainable decking options on the West Coast, but it's also extremely durable, rot resistant, easy to maintain, fire resistant, stays cool under foot, affordable, AND absolutely beautiful.
When thinking about decking, we want strength, durability, and something that is beautiful and adds value to our homes. FSC certified redwood decking is up to 5 times stronger than plastic and composite decking, with the ability to span 24" joist to joist. FSC certified redwood, eco-friendly decking can be restored many times over with limited cost and effort. It is unique, warm, natural, and authentic.
Our FSC certified redwood has several grades, sizes, and lengths to choose from, making it very versatile in any application, from traditional to uber modern.
If you're like us, you're concerned about the environmental impact that products can have these days. Our Redwood is grown and harvested with the highest environmental standards in the World. It is FSC Certified. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a non-profit organization that promotes responsibility when it comes to the harvesting and managing of forests all over the World. Widely considered to be among the most stringent in the World. FSC is supported by member organizations like the World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace, NRDC, Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation, The Nature Conservancy, Defenders of Wildlife, Rainforest Action Network, Pacific Forest Trust, Conservation Northwest, and Dogwood Alliance.
Redwood is the new GREEN standard for exterior wood. It's produced by the SUN! Not by adding chemical resins and burning fossil fuels. Redwood decking is the polar opposite to composites in every environmental way. It actually reduces carbon emissions and a single deck can store up to a half-ton of carbon. Not to mention at the end of its life cycle Redwood can be recycled, unlike composites. Did we mention that, as eco-friendly decking, it's more affordable as well?! We're done ranting for now... make the right decision and buy FSC Redwood for your decking, siding, and fencing. Or buy plastic composites and burn your wallet and your feet :)