I recently spoke with Marla Esser Cloos about owning a green home and what it takes to make a home green. Marla’s Green Gab Podcast discusses sustainability without sacrificing quality or going overboard price. She has also written a book with practical steps a home owner can take to start living in a healthier home.

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There are two common types of open houses. The first is what you may think of where home owners come to visit a house that’s for sale. Then there are broker’s open houses, a.k.a. broker’s opens.

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Living in Oklahoma, severe weather is commonplace. But just because high winds and heavy rains happen often doesn’t mean you should ignore damage to your roof. After big storms it is more important than ever to make sure your home is prepared for the next one to come.

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Wondering if there is a best time of the year to get your roof replacement? Believe it or not, you can typically get your roof replaced whenever you need it done. Of course, the best time to get problems fixed is sooner rather than later.

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A good roof has the potential to last for decades. Some metal, tile, and slate roofs can last for over 50 years. A shingle roof may last only half that at 25 years. So what factors into the lifespan of a roof?

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The fireworks industry in America is a billion dollar market. With that much money being spent on pyrotechnics, it should be no surprise so many people are wondering, “Is my roof safe from fireworks?” The short answer is both yes and no.

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It’s that time of year, and the holiday season is upon us. If you haven’t already, now is the time to hang the lights, blow up the snowmen, and really show your neighbors who has the most holiday spirit! But before you get started, here are a few things to remember.

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Is your home ready for winter? Before the weather starts to get cold, it’s a good idea to take a look at the state of your roof. Snow, ice, and tree branches could be in the forecast for your roof.

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