All States Home Improvement was started in 1992. Cris and Jim Keeter own and operate this business which has been serving Wichita and the State of Kansas proudly for nearly 30 years. With 30+ employees on staff, we are proud to be a James Hardie Elite Preferred Remodeler and we strive every day to provide the best installation in the business by conforming to, and following the installation guidelines as set forth by James Hardie.
Products Are Only As Good As The Installation
We understand that even the best products made, installed incorrectly will not perform as it was designed to so our emphasis is on training and supervision. But with that said our two crews of installers are by far the most talented individuals in the business and we can back that up.
Remodeling Magazines Big 50 Companies Of The Year
All States Home Improvement has received many awards in our industry for excellence. The most recent came in March of 2011 when All States Home Improvement was named one of Remodeling Magazines BIG 50 companies of the year. This is the most prestigious award in the industry.
Each year Editors single out companies that demonstrate broad expertise, sound business judgment, and a high degree of professionalism. Remodeling Magazine says "In a climate which survival is considered an achievement, they have somehow managed to thrive".
Do Your Research
Homeowners that are doing their due diligence by researching products to replace existing products that may be old or even fairly new but failing we appreciate your efforts in doing your research. All States Home Improvement has some advice to homeowners to help simplify the whole process. We call this the 4p's of a construction project.
- 1. Problem - What is the problem that has prompted you to think about replacing your siding?
- 2. Product - What product is best suited to fix the problem?
- 3. People - Who are the best people to fix the problem?
- 4. Price - What is the best price to fix the problem?
Education is the key to the homeowner’s success and at All States we take pride in the education process.
Contractors understand the importance of keeping clients and workers safe. Many have adopted new standard ways of working, such as replacing in-person meetings with virtual conferencing and limiting the size of on-site crews. Ask your potential contractor about the specific measures they have in place to ease any concerns you may have.