Swaback Partners, pllc

Business Description
Swaback Partners is a team of dedicated individuals providing services in special case architectural design, community planning and development services, interior design, environmental and graphic design. The firm was founded in 1978 and currently practices throughout the United States, Mexico, and the World.

With over 30 years of study and preparation, Swaback partners was founded to create an Architectural and Planning practice which would provide individualized work for demanding clients. From the start, Swaback Partners set out to build an organization of sufficient depth to undertake very special projects. The result is an enviable group of clients, including some of the most interesting organizations in the world. The experience of the firm has included a significant number of award winning custom residential designs, residential developments, private clubs and spas, resorts, hotels, and restaurants. Additionally, the firm has a strong base in sustainable building practices.
Scottsdale, AZ US 
Jon Bernhard 
7550 E. McDonald Drive, Suite A,
Scottsdale, Arizona,
United States, 85250 
(480) 367-2101 
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d`apostrophe llc
We love teak as well at d'apostrophe llc! All of our furniture is made of Premium Teak and require very low maintenance. Please have a look at our products here: http://www.houzz.com/pro/dapo/dapostrophe-llc
April 8, 2014 at 6:51am   
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Jo Elder
We have several pieces of teakwood patio furniture that are in a covered patio area. It still is exposed to some sunlight and the elements. We recently wanted to freshen up our furniture ( it was the light teak color) we worked for days, and I do mean days, and days, prepping, sanding, cleaning, then lightly sanding again, before applying the product. The finish that was highly recommended to us is a marine teak oil. This "completely" changed the color to almost a redwood finish.. We thought it would lighten as it dried as it was advertised as a transparent finish. I am trying to get used to this color, and will learn to love it...IF it holds up well. My question is, have we ruined our furniture by using an oil based product? How hard would it be to strip it back down (if it doesn't hold up well to the elements) and restore it back to the lighter teak? It has been so very confusing about the RIGHT way to care for teak... I did my research but now fear... Maybe this was not the right choice. There seem to be so many options.... Teak lovers... Please advise!! Thank you!
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At present, we are 85% near completion and we would highly recommend Swaback Partners. We couldn't be more pleased with the home design. Swaback listened to wh...
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Our 9,000 sq. ft. home in Paradise Valley, Arizona was very carefully and specifically integrated with thoughtful preparation and respect for the native desert ...
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Swaback Partners created an architectural masterpiece for us and we now live in a work of art. They listened to our wishes and co-collaborated in the design and...
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