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4 Home Project Ideas for Labor Day Weekend

Wednesday, August 31 2016 11:05 AM
Categorized In Maintenance

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
Categorized In Maintenance

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 Space Saving Solutions For A Small Kitchen

Wednesday, July 20 2016 11:28 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Having limited kitchen space doesn’t mean you have limited storage options. Small kitchens are common in apartments and smaller houses. Here are 5 ideas for conserving kitchen space. Hanging Racks Hanging as much as you can from racks offer a simple option to conserve space. In most kitchens, pots and pans take up at least one kitchen cabinet or drawer. Instead, instal… Read Article

5 Summer Maintenance Tips for Your Home’s Exterior

Tuesday, July 12 2016 4:20 PM
Categorized In Maintenance

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

No Roof Left Behind 2016

Friday, July 1 2016 10:34 AM
Categorized In Charity

Last summer, 68-year old Wichita resident Robie was facing an uphill battle with brain cancer and was unable to do his usual routine of doing home repairs for others, cooking and caring for the ill in their homes and driving them wherever they needed to go. His illness also made it impossible for him to do maintenance on his home and he had to resort to using buckets to catch … Read Article

6 Father’s Day Home Projects You Can Do with Your Kids

Tuesday, June 14 2016 4:47 PM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

As we take time this weekend to recognize the fathers in our lives, what better way to spend time with the family and pass down knowledge to our kids than by doing a simple project around the house together? It will create more valuable memories than most any store-bought gift and teach your kids the importance of maintaining the home and spending quality time with family. Mon… Read Article

5 Remodeling Ideas to Increase Your Home’s Value

Wednesday, May 25 2016 1:46 PM
Categorized In Featured News, Story

If you’re thinking about selling your home, you might be wondering how you can maximize your home’s value before you put it on the market. There are lots of upgrades you can make, but you want to make the most of your time and money investment for the biggest return possible. Here are five ideas to help you get the most value out of remodeling your home. Updating … Read Article

Top 6 Glass Patio Door Styles

Monday, May 16 2016 2:53 PM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

Glass patio doors come in a variety of styles and functions that can beautify your home and create a seamless transition between your indoor and outdoor spaces, but which style is right for you? Here is what you need to know about each style of glass patio door to help you choose the best fit for your home. French Doors French doors have the definitive double-door, in-swingi… Read Article

How to Get Your Deck Ready for Summer Parties

Friday, April 29 2016 3:13 PM
Categorized In Outdoor Living

When you’re throwing a summer get-together this year, don’t neglect to get your deck ready for entertaining. Here are some easy ways to get your deck ready for summer. Fix Any Maintenance Problems Whether it’s a loose board or other damage, you’ll need to address any maintenance issues on your deck before you have company over for your outdoor party. … Read Article

4 Ways to Protect Your Home from Severe Kansas Weather

Tuesday, April 19 2016 3:50 PM
Categorized In Maintenance

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
Categorized In Maintenance

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

When Should You Replace Your Home’s Siding?

Wednesday, February 24 2016 11:36 AM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

With time the siding on your house will wear out. It starts to crack and break, allowing air and moisture leaks that can do expensive damage to your home. Sometimes it’s obvious when siding needs to be replaced, but sometimes it’s not so obvious. Here are some signs that your home’s siding needs to be replaced. Warps, Cracks and Rotting Looking at your sidi… Read Article

Bathroom Remodeling Trends for 2016

Monday, February 1 2016 9:14 AM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

If you’re planning on updating your bathroom this year, it’s important to know the features designs, and materials that will be popular for 2016. That way, you don’t end up with a brand-new room that already looks dated. Kitchen and bath remodels are the most common home improvement projects, so make sure you plan ahead to get the most out of your budget. If … Read Article

Tips for Planning Home Improvements in 2016

Monday, January 18 2016 11:04 AM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

Now that 2016 is here, it’s a good time to start thinking about any home improvement projects you want to tackle this year. Winter is a good time to plan outdoor projects as well as complete interior projects while outdoor weather is too frigid. While you’re considering what projects to tackle, here some things to keep in mind. Prioritize Your Needs What is the m… Read Article

Can a Roof be Installed or Replaced in the Winter?

Friday, January 8 2016 1:50 PM
Categorized In Outdoor Living

Most homeowners who need a new roof or have damage that needs to be fixed want it done before cold weather sets in. While this is understandable, there are times when replacing or repairing a roof during the colder months is a necessity. For most homes, it’s possible to install a new asphalt shingle roof during the winter, as long as proper precautions are taken. Here ar… Read Article

What are Ice Dams?

Wednesday, December 30 2015 8:40 AM
Categorized In Maintenance

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

5 Reasons Why Winter is the Best Time to Build a New Deck

Monday, December 21 2015 11:48 AM
Categorized In Outdoor Living

While most homeowners would assume that the best time to build a new deck is during spring or summer, most don’t know the many benefits of building your new deck during the winter months. The secret is in the way wood pressure treated wood expands and contracts in outdoor conditions during the colder season. Whether you’ll be using composites, vinyl, hardwood or a… Read Article

All Seasons Construction Named a Three-Time Top 500 Remodeler

Friday, December 4 2015 10:48 AM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

For the third year in a row, the editorial staff of Qualified Remodeler magazine has chosen All Seasons Construction for the 2015 edition of its annual Top Remodeler list. This award is given to light commercial and residential remodeling contractors who have been evaluated on their years in business, industry certifications, awards, association memberships, community service… Read Article

How to Budget for Home Remodel

Wednesday, November 18 2015 11:07 AM
Categorized In Construction & Remodeling

Thinking of remodeling your home? The first thing you’ll want to do is figure out a budget for the project that you can live with. This involves figuring out a few things. Which part(s) of your home do you want to remodel? How much can you afford to spend on a remodel? What will it cost to hire a contractor for the project? What materials can you afford for the pro… Read Article

Kitchen Design Trends for 2016

Wednesday, October 7 2015 10:53 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Your kitchen is arguably the most important room in your house from a design standpoint. It has to be functional, but stylish. It’s a high-traffic area that becomes a focal point where your family and friends take notice. It also goes a long way in determining the resale value of your home if you ever want to put it on the market. It’s easy to tell when your kitch… Read Article