Notes from a Remodeling & General Contractor for the Wichita, KS Area
A fence is simple but effect way to improve your Kansas home’s curbside appeal, privacy or security, and even protection from the elements such as the wind.
Water can attack your home from many different levels including rotting of wood, mold growth, rusting steel, and de-laminating plywood and other materials. The damage may happen very slowly over time such as water spots or instantaneous like catastrophic flooding. Regardless of how fast it may occur, water damage is a major contributor to property loss so it is something a home or business owner will want to deal with immediately.
We’ve talked about how to choose a reputable and trustworthy remodeling contractor and the benefits of working with a single contractor for remodeling projects. But where can you find ideas or help designing your dream kitchen, bathroom or adding a bar/entertainment addition?
If you know Kansas weather, then you know you can enjoy your home’s outdoor features pretty much any time of the year. For the Kansas homeowner that wants to look forward to next spring and summer, now is a good time to start planning what your outdoor living area improvements will be. This could be a replacing a deck, expanding your patio, putting up a pergola or gazebo, adding a fence, or even an outdoor kitchen with a fireplace or pit for those cooler days.
S&A Construction currently searching for talented individuals in the Wichita, Kansas metro area. While experience, education, and skills are important to us, we also value ambition, honesty, openness, communication, teamwork, and the ability to think strategically throughout the project, whether one is a sub-contractor, an employee, or an intern.
After covering the various types of shingles, open vs. closed valley flashing, and roof ventilation, this month we finish our four part series about roofing options with an post about roofing accessories. We will focus on common roofing accessories available for those in the Wichita Kansas metro area but the information should apply to most of the home in the Midwest too.
After covering various types of shingles and open vs. closed valley flashing, this month we continue with our four part series about roofing and the various options you have to choose from roof ventilation. We will focus on options available for those in the Wichita Kansas metro area but the information should apply to most of the home in the Midwest too.
Last month we started our four part series about roofing options with the various types of shingles. This month we continue with the options you have to choose from for roof valleys. While we will focus on what we use for those in the Wichita Kansas metro area, the information should apply to most of the home in the Midwest too.
This month we kick off a four part series about roofing and the various options you have to choose from in shingle styles, accessories, roof ventilation, and more. We will focus on options available primarily for those in the Wichita Kansas metro area but the topics should apply the same to most of the home owners in the Midwest.
We’ve talked about how to choose a reputable and trustworthy contractor as well as working with preferred certified contractors on insurance claims. But let’s talk about what you can expect after you have picked your contractor and are working with them from beginning to end.