Check out these tips:
✔️ 1. Windows & Doors – Check for drafts and weatherstripping.
✔️ 2. Lawn & Garden – Trim overgrown branches. Cover patio furniture with heavy tarp or place Indoors. Shut off exterior faucets. Make sure exterior handrails are secure.
✔️ 3. Outdoors...more
If you’ve kept up with the latest trends in real estate you may already be familiar with a strategy known as “white-boxing.” Under usual home buying/selling circumstances both parties are familiar with the staging of homes listed on the market–fully furnished, complete with a fresh coat of...more
Time flies and next thing you know it’s 2 more weeks until Christmas! If you’re reading this and haven’t yet adorned your home to welcome the upcoming festivities of dinner parties, gatherings and gift opening, click below for tips on how you can decorate your house in fast and budget-friendly...more
Thinking about repainting your living room? Bedroom? Kitchen? Click to read more about the psychological effects of colors on interior design.
Most colors can generally be divided into two types: warm and cool. Warm colors such as red, yellow, and orange evoke feelings of activity,...more
Did you know that one of the causes of roof leaks is ICE DAMS? Generally, ice dams (ridges of ice) form at the eave’s edge, as well as in the valleys. The ice prevents the melting snow from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam can can leak into the home, causing damage...more
Unsure of what to ask? Here are some questions to help get you started!
What is your legal business name? Many people may overlook this simple question; however, as a general safeguard for the homeowner, make sure the contractor is operating as a legal business...more
Both are necessary to make a landscape fully functional, but what’s the difference?
Softscaping is the living things in your landscape design. Some examples: trees, shrubs, hedges, flowers, and vines.
Hardscaping refers to the non-living components of your landscape design. Examples...more
More than three decades ago, homeowners were basically limited to 3 choices of roofing shingles: asphalt, wood, or ceramic tile. Now, just like there are many different types of roof styles, there are also many types of roof shingles. The type of shingle you choose is most important when...more
As warm as the temperatures have been lately here in Oklahoma, it’s hard to believe we’re still hosting the spring season. Along with your “spring cleaning,” have you completed your bi-annual roof inspection? The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) recommends that homeowners have...more
Spring in Oklahoma can be hard on your property’s roof. Is your roof prepared for Oklahoma weather and hail storms? We’ll put your mind at ease. Give us a call, and we’ll come inspect your roof free of charge. We have served Oklahoma City, Moore, and Norman for over 12 years. We love our...more