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Project Spotlight: Salem Team Gives a Fence Facelift with Kroy Vinyl Fencing

July 9th, 2013
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We like to share our favorite fencing and decking projects with our blog readers. In past months we have spotlighted a vineyard’s new Azek decking, a facelift for a cedar deck in Oregon City, and a Salem picket fencing project that added serious curb appeal. Today, we’re showcasing a fence facelift project that we recently completed in Corvallis, Oregon.

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Color Your Privacy Fence Happy, From Simulated Stone to Redwood Vinyl

May 23rd, 2013

Ecostone Rock Fencing

EcoStone PVC fencing

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New Product Overview: Endeck Decking Materials

March 30th, 2012

Endeck PVC DeckA revolution has been taking the decking world by storm. Where wood decks once ruled, PVC and vinyl decking materials are quickly gaining popularity. The main reason homeowners choose these non-traditional decking materials is that they don’t require the arduous maintenance that outdoor wood products do. Here at Rick’s, we select only the best PVC and vinyl decking materials for our customers.

Today, we’re introducing Endeck, the latest PVC-based decking materials from Enduris. By perusing the following characteristics of Endeck, you can decide whether these are the right decking materials for your home.

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Exterior Wood, Inc. | Better Wood for the Environment

April 6th, 2010

exterior wood incWhen harvested responsibly, wood is as green a construction material as you can get. It requires no fossil fuels to produce–only sunlight and soil nutrients–and it continues to store carbon dioxide even after it has been cut down and used for building.

That’s why Rick’s is proud to receive much of our wood from Exterior Wood, Inc., a Northwest supplier that adheres to responsible wood treatment practices so homeowners can feel good about their outdoor building projects.

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