Patios make a great addition to any home. But you want to be sure to install a quality one that will last. Here’s what to know.
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Hours before I began to write this column, I was backing my car into a parking spot at church. Just ahead of me was an older garage on the church campus that was being remodeled. New vinyl siding is being installed, and my guess is all of the trim is going to be wrapped in pre-painted aluminum coil stock.
Each spring, I receive hundreds of emails from homeowners who are suffering from water leaking into basements and crawlspaces. Most have soggy yards, as well.
Tulsa World Scene's Grace Wood, Jimmie Tramel and James Watts preview upcoming Scene features
Dozens of congregants at the Owasso church gathered in a large, 15-acre lot off of 76th Street North nearly two miles east of Main Street Sunday afternoon to break ground on a new 35,000-square-foot building.
Pray Walker is latest legal firm to either move or announce a move to new Class A office space downtown.
Days ago, I was in the basement of an old house with my son. We were looking at the boiler, the structure and the foundation walls. He’s about to become a first-time property owner. For the past four years he’s been renting a loft apartment, saving so he can make a sizable down payment.
Q: I had a home inspection done about two months ago when I was purchasing my home. Once I moved in, I noticed a small room with a concrete floor and a water heater. The floor has a long crack running the length of the room. Also, the threshold has multiple pieces of concrete chipped out. All of this was not in the report. I called the inspector and sent him photos. The inspector was very apologetic and took the blame. The inspector said the room was filled with boxes and household goods when he went to inspect. He should have at least seen the chipped concrete. What recourse should I have?
The foundation will be investing at least $100 million in the next decade in programs bolstering preventative health care in underserved neighborhoods, the editorial states.
Officials recognize Elizabeth Inbody's "knowledge, experience and commitment to excellence in public education."
The land is south of Florence Street between Olive and Aspen avenues and will eventually feature a mixed-use development with residential, commercial and educational components while focusing on high-paying career opportunities.
What happens to Tulsa International's midcentury air-traffic control tower if the airport gets a new one? That’s the kind of conversation the new executive director of the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture wants to be a part of.
Tornado recovery requires a lot of coordination to get residents back into the safety and security of their homes. The same is true for the COVID-19 pandemic, columnists Craig Knutson and Teresa Meinders Burkett say.
City commercial building permits have again become available after being suspended following a ransomware attack on city computers.
Visitors will still have access to other parts of the J.T. Nickel Family Nature & Wildlife Preserve, which covers 17,000 acres along the I…
A series of famous faces attended a dinner at the Frank Gehry-designed Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris as the renowned architect revealed hi…