All Seasons Construction News

Where Should You Start When Remodeling Your Home?

Wednesday, February 15 2017 5:01 PM
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In the life of every homeowner there comes a time or two when you realize your home is in need of a facelift. You’ve been to the homes of your friends and family and no doubt have ideas for your own home, but where should you start? Do you need more space? Can you make better use of the space you currently have? Here’s a simple guide to help you know where to begin… Read Article

4 Easy Ways to Make Your Home Safer

Tuesday, October 25 2016 2:25 PM
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You’ve spent a lot of time and money to build your home into a place you and your family can feel safe and protected, but subtle things you may not notice can put the security of your home at risk. Here are some easy ways you can make your home a less attractive target for would-be thieves. Keep Your Yard Trimmed and Free of Debris An unkempt yard and clutter lying on … Read Article

5 Money-Saving Hot Water Heater Tips

Monday, September 19 2016 4:16 PM
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One expense around your home that can be easily reduced is the money that goes into operating your water heater. With a little bit of attention and care, you could be paying less for your energy bills each year by just following these money-saving tips. Know Your Shut-Off Valve and Thermostat Do you know where the shut-off valve and thermostat are located on your water heate… Read Article

4 Home Project Ideas for Labor Day Weekend

Wednesday, August 31 2016 11:05 AM
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What better way to honor Labor Day than by doing a little work? With the three-day Labor Day weekend upon us, it’s the perfect opportunity to get a few projects done around the house. These projects don’t have to take all day or cut into your fun and relaxation. Many projects can be done in a few hours that make a huge difference in the look and appeal of your home… Read Article

5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Autumn

Tuesday, August 9 2016 4:56 PM
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August is already here and before you know it the leaves will start to change here in Kansas and temperatures will start to drop as summer transitions into autumn. That means it’s time to start thinking about ways to get your home ready for the cooler months ahead. Here are five ways you can get a head start and prepare your home for autumn. Seals and Openings Drafts c… Read Article

5 Summer Maintenance Tips for Your Home’s Exterior

Tuesday, July 12 2016 4:20 PM
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This summer as the heat takes its toll on your home’s exterior, you’ll want to make sure to do a quick maintenance checkup to keep from having to do any serious repair work in the near future. Here are five easy things to do to make sure your home’s exterior is in good shape this summer. Seal or Replace Inefficient Windows If your home isn’t yet equip… Read Article

4 Ways to Protect Your Home from Severe Kansas Weather

Tuesday, April 19 2016 3:50 PM
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Every year during the spring and summer, Kansas experiences severe weather conditions like extreme temperatures, dangerous storms, high winds and flooding. Weather like this can wreak havoc on your home. When the time comes this season, will your home be prepared to weather the storm? Make Your Home Wind Resistant  Kansas knows all about high winds. Wind damage accounts… Read Article

Spring Checklist for the Exterior of your House

Monday, March 14 2016 11:17 AM
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You’ve got a to do list of things that need accomplishing before the heat and chaos of the summer returns. Spring is a great time to do all kinds of things around your home. Here’s a checklist of things that you’ll need to follow up on as the weather gets warmer.  ROOFING: Don’t risk injuring yourself by getting on your roof to look… Read Article

What are Ice Dams?

Wednesday, December 30 2015 8:40 AM
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An ice dam is a thick ridge of ice that builds up along the eaves that overhang the edge of a roof. The problem with ice dams is that they block the gutters, so water from melting snow builds up behind the dam instead of draining off the roof. This troublesome condition can rip gutters and shingles off the roof. Water can get underneath the shingles and leak down into the wal… Read Article

How Often Should You Clean Your Gutters?

Monday, September 28 2015 4:45 PM
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Fall is a common time of year to clean the gutters because of all the leaves falling from the trees, but is once a year enough? According to most experts, it’s not. What’s the best time of year to clean gutters? To keep water flowing freely through your home’s gutters and downspouts, it’s a good idea to clean them at least twice a year. In addition to… Read Article

How to Clean Your Vinyl Siding

Friday, June 26 2015 10:33 AM
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No one wants to have the dirty-looking house on the block. Keeping your home’s vinyl siding clean helps keep your home looking great and will help your siding protect your house for years to come. When cleaning your home’s siding, it’s important to avoid using cleaning products like steel wool, abrasive scrubbers, liquid grease remover, nail polish remover, … Read Article