COVER STORY – All Seasons Focuses On Residential Side
The family behind Pineville, Louisiana’s All Seasons Sales & Services treats everyone like family.
“They’re a really good family,” Mayor Fields says. “Their service is excellent.”
Justin Squyres grew up in the business; his father had a different All Seasons store in Pineville’s largest sister city, Alexandria, but closed it before Justin was old enough to take over. As soon as he was able, at only 19, he opened his own All Seasons here in 2002, where it’s been ever since. Justin’s wife, Autumn, and their daughter, Kristen Deville, run things in the front of the house, helping customers and tackling warranties and financing.
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