We enjoy working in Wakeman, because it’s our home town. Wakeman is located on the Vermilion River in Huron County. It consists of The Village of Wakeman and Wakeman Township. Its namesake was Jesup Wakeman. Today the Village of Wakeman has 1,047 citizens, 402 households, 4 restaurants, many small businesses, 2 churches, and is part of the Western Reserve School district. The township has 2,731 people living in it.
To learn more about Wakeman, please visit the Village of Wakeman website here.
The picture at the top is a house built deep in the woods, this is one of our proudest homes. Features include; large timbers, wide trim details using Plygem a rot free trim, Hardi Board Plank/Board and Batten siding, cultured stone around entire house, Therma-Tru craftsman stained fiberglass entry doors, Wayne Dalton carriage house style garage doors. From the front it looks like a one-story home, when you walk around back you walk down a hill to an elaborate walk-out basement with a resort/lodge style back oasis including; large patio, pergola, fireplace, hot tub, sports pool, fish pond, screen porch, large deck with cable rail system overlooking a river and creek.
What you cannot see about this house is its many energy efficient features starting with the foundation; 4in foam insulation below basement floor, basement and exterior walls are build using ICF’s (Insulated Concrete Forms) made by Reddi-Wall, triple pane windows, spray foam insulation, heat recovery ventilation, and Geothermal heat. With these energy efficient upgrades this house surpasses the energy code and EnergyStar criteria.
“We hired All Season’s Builders to remodel our apartment when we were pregnant with our third child. We needed to divide a large bedroom into two smaller ones, and to install a full bathroom. We had a timeline in mind, and we were overjoyed that Michael and his crew finished the job in a much shorter time period than expected! Not only that, they did excellent work and paid attention to every last detail. While they were working, they contained their mess behind plastic sheeting, and respected our living space. In addition, when we had questions after the work was completed, Michael was always willing to return phone calls and even come out to take a look when something was difficult to explain over the phone. I highly recommend All Season’s Builders, and I will use them again for future renovations!”
Here is a bathroom that was built within a home. This growing family needed to add another bathroom in their home. We removed a coat closet and made use of a nook in between stairs and a bedroom for this new bathroom.
Here is a job completed for the Village of Wakeman. In 2012 when we moved our business to Wakeman we were asked to rebuild this gazebo. It was settling into the ground and had some structural failures, some of the deck boards and railing needed replaced, and it needed a new roof and painted. We made all these repairs and it still looks this good today.
Here is a ½ bath we added on the first floor of this home as part of a large-scale remodel. This home was built in 1821 and only had one bathroom. There was a corner of a first floor room where we could squeeze in this ½ bath. Included with this remodel was; refinishing oak floors, all new electrical for home, new baseboard heaters, full 2nd floor bathroom remodel, insulation, new flooring, and new interior paint.
Here’s a small handyman job of installing wide shelving in a basement man-cave.
“I can’t say enough good things about Mike (All Season Builders). If I could give 6 stars, I would. His work is like no other. Neat, clean, precise, and will exceed your expectations. I only regret not using Mike for all of my trim carpentry work during the new build of our house. I wish I would have known Mike sooner. I will not use anyone else moving forward for wood construction. I am so pleased to have been able to connect with Mike. Thanks again, Mike!”