Turn your Deck into an Outdoor Oasis

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Jessica Hewitt

A deck is perhaps the most versatile fixture on a home’s exterior. I like to think of it as a blank canvas, ready to project whatever postcard-perfect image you have in mind. With the growing popularity of outdoor living rooms, many homeowners now see their decks in a new light: the outdoor oasis. There are

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Redwood Featured Prominently on “AM Northwest”

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Jessica Hewitt

Brian Paul, representing the California Redwood Association, presented a segment on AM Northwest on Portland, Oregon’s KATU ABC affiliate. Brian shared with host Helen Raptis the many reasons homeowners, contractors, and others choose to build with Redwood. Considerations including the beauty, durability, affordability, and natural resistance to insects, decay, and fire were noted as top

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Redwood Featured Prominently on “New Day NW”

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Jessica Hewitt

Brian Paul, representing the California Redwood Association, presented a segment on New Day NW on Seattle’s KING 5 NBC affiliate. Brian discussed the many desirable attributes of redwood lumber and shared with viewers a scale model Redwood Pergola, section of Redwood Siding, as well as descriptions of the most common Redwood grades. Brian also helped

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DIY Eco-Friendly Redwood Pergolas

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Jessica Hewitt

Of the many landscaping trends that come and go, one of the more enduring structures has to be the pergola. With its open sides and slatted roofs that offer shade without blocking the sun, redwood pergolas serve as gateways to formal gardens, freestanding structures in a yard, surrounding a hot tub, or attached to a

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The Redwood Deck Solution

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Jessica Hewitt

For homeowners, architects, and remodeling companies, the redwood deck has long represented an attractive materials choice to consider. First, this material has passed the time-tested standard as a beautiful, long-standing, cost-effective option.   For those in the midst of selecting what material to use for a new or remodeled deck, here are things to consider:

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Humboldt Redwood Decks Are Beautiful, Strong And Sustainable

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esavage

Published on May 29th, 2015 | by Stephen Hanley A deck adds valuable outdoor living space to any home. It’s a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. It’s also a place to barbecue, take a dip in the hot tub or plant gardens. And it can add more value to your property

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Humboldt Redwood Company Becomes Official Sponsor Of Sonoma Raceway

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Jessica Hewitt

Sonoma Raceway and Humboldt Redwood Company have joined forces to bring shade and comfort to race fans, as the Windsor, (Calif.)-based company has signed a multi-year agreement to become the raceway’s Official Redwood Provider. Race fans have long dealt with the warm, sunny Sonoma County summers, and this partnership brings much needed shade from Humboldt

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Redwood vs. Plastic Composite Lumber

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esavage

As a consumer you have several choices of building materials for your outdoor living projects, including plastic composite lumber. Whether you are looking for strength, durability and longevity, whether you want the most beautiful and environmentally friendly product, or if low maintenance and comfort are key, only redwood offers all of the above. It’s perfection

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LUTHER BURBANK HOME AND GARDENS IN SANTA ROSA, CA COMMISSIONS MASTER CARPENTER TO BUILD HUMBOLDT REDWOOD ARBORS

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manderson

In 1964 the Luther Burbank Home & Gardens (LBHG) in Santa Rosa, California was declared a National Historic Landmark.  With collections of cactus, fruit trees, ornamental grasses, medicinal herbs, walnuts, and roses, this beautiful landmark has been enjoyed by the community for over 50 years.  Recently, the LBHG commissioned Master Carpenter Gary Mierzwak of the

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Humboldt Redwood Donates Lumber for a New Playground at Hydesville Community Church

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esavage

October 8, 2014: by Mary Bullwinkel Children have a new playground to use at the Hydesville Community Church. A grand opening ribbon cutting was held Sept. 30, according to Kelly Losey Children’s Ministry Director at Hydesville Community Church. The playground was part of a vision held by church parishioner Barbara Dorris and her family. “There

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The Harvesting Process

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esavage

We manage our forests through a process called selective harvesting. Selective harvesting allows us to protect old growth trees, minimize impact on the environment and protect wildlife habitat. Humboldt Redwood ensures that there will always be new trees to harvest by using sustainable practices. Every day we grow more than we harvest. Watch this brief

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