Gresham's Leading
Deck and Fence Builder

Gresham Fence and Deck Contractors is your premier residential and commercial deck and fence contractor in Gresham, Oregon. Proudly serving Gresham and our surrounding communities for over a decade, we have earned a reputation for excellence, stellar customer service, knowledge, expertise and overall nice people to work with.

Get Your FREE Quote Now

Affordable fence and Deck contractor services

Deck and Fence Contractor Gresham | Deck and Fence Contractors Gresham | Deck and Fence Builder Gresham | Deck and Fence Construction Gresham | Deck and Fence Repair Gresham

Gresham Fence and Deck Contractors is your first choice in Gresham when upgrading and securing the exterior look and functionality of your home or business. We are professional deck and fence contractor that provide you with quality and expert services to our customers in Gresham, Oregon. 

Aside of providing professional expertise and quality services, Gresham Deck and Fence Contractors offers free & fair estimates and upfront prices on all services provided. Your number one Deck and Fence company in Gresham are only a call away! (503) 907-6925

Talk With us

We are always available and want to help you through the process. Get connected with one of our Deck and Fence experts to get started. Talk to you soon!

Free Estimates

We provide free estimates on all of your deck and fence projects with a no hassle, no obligation guarantee. Fill out the form and someone will contact you.

Fence and deck services

Don't see a certain service listed let us know. We offer a variety of fence and deck services including fencing, decking, installation and repair.

Your hometown Decking and Fencing experts

Fence Builder Gresham, OR | Fence Contractor Gresham, OR | Fence Contractors Gresham
Deck Builder Gresham, OR | Deck Contractor, OR | Deck Contractors Gresham, OR

Gresham Fence and Deck Contractors – Your hometown Deck and Fence experts. A completed house is just the beginning of a home. Decks and fences can add the perfect final touches to your property by providing the beauty, function, and security that you want. At Gresham Fence and Deck Contractors, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional service that has given us the best customer satisfaction in the area.

Just because our office is located in Gresham we proudly serve our neighboring communities including Portland, Happy Valley, Milwaukie, Clackamas, Oregon City, Damascus, FairviewTroutdale, and Sandy areas with a skilled team that excels in custom deck construction and custom fences. We understand our communities, not just the people but the architectural styles, lifestyles, and weather conditions that will determine how your project should be designed and built. When we repair, install, and build custom decks and fences, we focus on creating a great outcome for you. Here’s a look at what we can do for you.

Fencing Services we provide

Our primary goal is to provide you with the best fencing services in Gresham, Oregon at prices that are reasonable and fair.  There is no job to big or small that our experience contractors at Gresham Fence and Deck cannot handle.  Let us get your project rolling contact one of our team members today!  (503)-907-6925

Wood Fencing Gresham, Oregon

Wood Fencing

There is no better way to frame your home than with a beautiful wood fence. Our fencing professionals are experts at installing wooden fences. We use quality woods like cedar that will withstand the test of time even the harshest Pacific Northwest weather. Get a free quote on your wood fence.
Learn More

Vinyl Fencing Gresham, Oregon

Vinyl Fencing

The most important thing we can do for your project is to guide you in what materials will work best for your project and your budget. the durability of synthetic materials is a great option. Vinyl has lower maintenance and a tougher finish than a wooden fence, so you may want to replace fence made of wood with a new vinyl setup. At Gresham Fence and Deck we can create a beautiful and durable fence that will last a lifetime.
Learn More

Iron Fencing Gresham, Oregon

Iron Fencing

The classic beauty of an iron fence is hard to beat. It is a durable, unique material that provides a great look as well as great security. A custom fence built from iron will last for decades and will enhance your property's beauty and unique character. Our fencing professionals would love to build one for you, and they have the experience to complete a great project for you.
Learn More

Chain Link Gresham, Oregon

Chain Link Fencing

Looking to enclose your property with a durable and affordable fence for your business or home.  A chain link fence is what you should consider. One reason many home and business owners choose a chain link fence over wood, vinyl, and iron is its affordable price and it is very low maintenance. Get your chain link fence from Gresham Fence and Deck Contractors.
Learn More

Get ready For your free fence or deck estimate - Call Now

Decking Services and More

On top of our excellent fencing services Gresham deck and fence Contractors provides, we also bring to you top notch expertly crafted decks.  Let our deck and fence experts work with you to create the deck that you’ve always wanted.  At Gresham Deck and Fence Contractors we use a wide range of decking material such as high quality woods that will enhance the look of your outdoor living experience and provide the durability so .  

Wood Decks Gresham, Oregon

Wood Decks

We construct wood decks that help you capture the outdoors as part of your home, providing a great space for grilling, sunbathing, or simply enjoying a warm summer day. Our deck builders are experienced at making good use of the versatility of wooden components to build great wood decks.
Learn More

Composite Decks Gresham, Oregon

Composite Decks

Just as with fences, sometimes wooden decks aren't the best option. Fortunately, composite materials provide a great alternative. For many homeowners, the durability and easy cleaning of composite decks is a much better choice. These decks are more weather-resistant than traditional wooden setups, and our experience building composite decks guarantees that we can build one that will be the perfect addition to your home.
Learn More

Deck & Fence Repair Gresham, Oregon

Deck Repair

Loose deck boards, nails and screws exposed, paint or stain flaking? These are signs of a deck that needs attention. Schedule an appointment to assess the condition of your existing deck. We give free estimates so  contact us today for deck repair services in Gresham Near Me!  (503) 907-6925

What our customers say about Gresham Fence and Deck Contractors

Get Your FREE Quote Now

Reliable, Trustworthy, & Affordable Deck and Fence Contractor

City of Gresham

City located in Multnomah County, Oregon, in the United States of America, immediately east of Portland, Oregon. It is considered a suburb within the Greater Portland Metropolitan area. Though it began as a settlement in the mid-1800s, it was not officially incorporated as a city until 1905; it was named after Walter Quintin Gresham, the American Civil War general and United States Secretary of State.

The city’s early economy was sustained largely by farming, and by the mid-20th century the city experienced a population boom, growing from 4,000 residents to over 10,000 between 1960 and 1970. The population was 105,594 at the 2010 census, making Gresham the fourth largest city in Oregon.

History

The area now known as Gresham was first settled in 1851 by brothers Jackson and James Powell, who claimed land under the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850. They were soon joined by other pioneer families, and the area came to be known as Powell’s Valley.[7] In 1884, a local merchant petitioned the United States Post Office Department for a post office in his store, and offered to name it after Postmaster General Walter Q. Gresham if his request was granted. At the same time, other members of the community secured a post office called “Campground”, another name for the area, referencing the religious camp meeting ground located there and the valley’s usefulness as a stop-off for travelers on their way to Portland. Once the Post Office Department realized its mistake, it revoked the Campground post office.[8][9]

Gresham was incorporated in 1905, the year of the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition; its population at the time was 365. Lewis Shattuck, son of a pioneer family, was the first mayor.[10] The town’s economy was fueled largely by farming, including berries, grapes, and vegetables. At the time, trains ran between Gresham and Portland on an hourly basis. Gresham’s early settlers would go on to form the outlying communities of Boring, Sandy, Fairview, and Estacada.[7]

Gresham’s city library, which began as a small book collection in the town’s general store, was officially established as the Gresham Branch Public Library in 1913 with a grant from the Andrew Carnegie library fund.[11][12]

Gresham General Hospital opened in 1959 in downtown Gresham. In 1984, the hospital moved to Stark Street and became Mount Hood Medical Center.[13][14]

In August 2016, the town was the place of the racially motivated murder of Larnell Bruce.[15]

Geography

The area now known as Gresham was first settled in 1851 by brothers Jackson and James Powell, who claimed land under the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850. They were soon joined by other pioneer families, and the area came to be known as Powell’s Valley.[7] In 1884, a local merchant petitioned the United States Post Office Department for a post office in his store, and offered to name it after Postmaster General Walter Q. Gresham if his request was granted. At the same time, other members of the community secured a post office called “Campground”, another name for the area, referencing the religious camp meeting ground located there and the valley’s usefulness as a stop-off for travelers on their way to Portland. Once the Post Office Department realized its mistake, it revoked the Campground post office.[8][9]

Gresham was incorporated in 1905, the year of the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition; its population at the time was 365. Lewis Shattuck, son of a pioneer family, was the first mayor.[10] The town’s economy was fueled largely by farming, including berries, grapes, and vegetables. At the time, trains ran between Gresham and Portland on an hourly basis. Gresham’s early settlers would go on to form the outlying communities of Boring, Sandy, Fairview, and Estacada.[7]

Gresham’s city library, which began as a small book collection in the town’s general store, was officially established as the Gresham Branch Public Library in 1913 with a grant from the Andrew Carnegie library fund.[11][12]

Gresham General Hospital opened in 1959 in downtown Gresham. In 1984, the hospital moved to Stark Street and became Mount Hood Medical Center.[13][14]

In August 2016, the town was the place of the racially motivated murder of Larnell Bruce.[15]

Demographics

2000 Census

As of 2000 the median income for a household in the city was $43,442, and the mean income for a family was $51,126. Males had a median income of $37,701 versus $27,744 for females. That is a difference of $9,957. The per capita income for the city was $19,588. About 8.4% of families and 12.5% of the population were below the poverty line, including 17.2% of those under the age of 18 and 6.7% of those 65 and older.

2005-2007 American Community Survey Estimates

  • 83.9% – White (71.1 non-Hispanic White)
  • 18.3% – Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
  • 5.1% – Asian
  • 5.1% – Some other race
  • 4.7% – American Indian or Alaska Native
  • 3.7% – African American or Black
  • 0.3% – Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

2010 Census

As of the census[22] of 2010, there were 105,594 people, 38,704 households, and 25,835 families residing in the city. The population density was 4,551.5 inhabitants per square mile (1,757.3/km2). There were 41,015 housing units at an average density of 1,767.9 per square mile (682.6/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 76.0% White, 3.5% African American, 1.3% Native American, 4.3% Asian, 0.7% Pacific Islander, 9.8% from other races, and 4.5% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 18.9% of the population.

There were 38,704 households, of which 36.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 46.6% were married couples living together, 14.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 5.9% had a male householder with no wife present, and 33.2% were non-families. 25.2% of all households were made up of individuals, and 8.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.69 and the average family size was 3.22.

The median age in the city was 33.6 years. 26.4% of residents were under the age of 18; 10.2% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 28.1% were from 25 to 44; 24.5% were from 45 to 64; and 10.7% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 49.0% male and 51.0% female.

Arts and Culture

There are several National Register of Historic Places sites located in Gresham. The Louise Home Hospital and Residence Hall, is located in west Gresham, and serves as a social services facility. Other sites include: the Jacob Zimmerman House, a farmhouse built by German-American settlers in 1874; the Hamlin–Johnson House, a farmhouse built in 1888; the Emanuel and Christina Anderson House and William Gedamke House, both Victorian Queen Anne homes built circa 1900; the Gresham Carnegie Library, built in 1913; the Dr. Herbert H. Hughes House, built in 1922; the Charles and Fae Olson House, a modernist home built in 1946; and the David and Marianne Ott House, a ranch home built in 1952.[23]

Parks and Recreation

There are numerous parks in Gresham, such as Main City Park, located near downtown Gresham. Other parks include East Gresham Park, Red Sunset Park, and Clatsop Butte Park, an upland butte located south of Powell Butte, which lies between Portland and Gresham. Other public points of interest are the Arts Plaza and Gresham Pioneer Cemetery, established in 1859.

Bicycle/Pedestrian Trails

Government

The City of Gresham operates under the council–manager form of government. The mayor and city council are elected to be the legislative and policy-making body for the city.

The council appoints a city manager who is responsible for the daily operations of the city.[24] The city manager of Gresham is Nina Vetter, who was appointed to the position on May 3, 2021.

The city council consists of the mayor and six councilors, all of whom serve four-year terms. Elections are held in November of even-numbered years. In election years divisible by four, (e.g., 2000, 2004, 2008), three councilors are elected. In election years not divisible by four, (e.g., 1998, 2002, 2006), the other three councilors and the mayor are elected.

Education

Gresham is served by three school districts: Centennial, Gresham-Barlow, and Reynolds. High schools include Gresham High School, Sam Barlow High School, Centennial High School, and Reynolds High School. Private schools include Portland Adventist Elementary School, Eastside Christian School, and Morningstar Montessori school.

Mount Hood Community College is also located in Gresham, and is the only college located within the city limits. It offers associate degrees, as well as bachelor’s programs through a partnership with Eastern Oregon University. According to the US Census, 27.16% of the Gresham residents had a bachelor’s degree, while 9.93% had earned a master’s degree or above.[3]