Azek Decking

Azek Decking

Azek decking is a product engineered for quality and beauty. Combine this high-performing, low maintenance decking material with the Yanish team, and you get a beautiful design that lasts for years to come. Founded in 2001, Azek has a proven track record for performance, which is especially needed in this part of the country.

Our Process

Our process begins with you. We hold ourselves accountable to high standards of professionalism and quality craftsmanship, maintaining original quotes and creating custom deck solutions that fit your design needs. Our team keeps you informed from start to finish—there are no surprises working with Yanish. We honor our commitments, paying close attention to detail and mapping out each step ahead of time to ensure all promises are kept. From new deck construction to full remodels, our process is designed to bring your vision to life.

Colors and Style Options
Azek Color Options
  • Vintage Collection: Coastline, English Walnut, Weathered Teak, Mahogany, Dark Hickory, Cypress
  • Arbor Collection: Brazilian Walnut, Mountain Redwood, Morado, Acacia, Silver Oak, Hazelwood
  • Harvest Collection: Island Oak, Autumn Chestnut, Kona, Brownstone, Slate Gray
  • Style Options: Patterns, Curves, Mix and Match
Azek Decking Material Benefits
  • Stands up to harsh weather
  • Resists mold, mildew and moister damage
  • Superior heat dissipation
  • Splinter free
  • Avoid termite problems
  • Resists stains, scratches and fading
  • No annual sealing and staining for protection
  • 30-Year limited fade and stain warranty
Azek Deck Boards vs Wood

Azek is as versatile as it is beautiful. Azek deck boards are impervious to insect damage, decay and rot from water absorption, and they’re quickly gaining preference over wood products. The boards are typically not painted unless it’s to cover nail holes that have been filled or when a paint color other than white is desired. When considering the benefits like no rot and lower in-place-cost, plastic boards are actually a better long-term value than using lower-end wood species such as pine for trim.

Wood deck options can vary, but they all have characteristics that should be considered before making the investment. Pressure treated lumber, like pine, can fade quickly and requires frequent sanding and staining. While it appears to be more affordable upfront, it often exceeds the cost of a composite deck over time. The price for Redwood and Cedar is growing as environmental conditions, like forest fires, contribute to declining supply. Exotic and tropical woods, like Ipe, contribute to deforestation and are not sustainable.

Yanish Custom Exteriors is your locally-owned expert in custom decking solutions. We are dedicated to your satisfaction, providing top quality craftsmanship on every project big or small.