How to Start Your Improvement Project in Oklahoma City, OK
1) Before you begin a major project, check for local zoning and safety restrictions:
Oklahoma City OK Planning
2) Find out about any available local home improvement incentives and programs:
Oklahoma City OK HUD Home & Communities
3) Check to see if your improvements qualify for US tax credits or incentives:
Tax Credits for Energy-Saving Improvements
4) Get free estimates from local prescreened contractors:
Prescreened Local Contractors
5) Find out whether your project will require permits:
Oklahoma City OK Building Permits
6) Check the records of contractors you're considering:
Oklahoma City OK Better Business Bureau
Get general information about this area here: Oklahoma City OK Information
A Closer Look at Oklahoma City, OK
Geographic and weather concerns that may impact building and design: Thunderstorms, tornadoes
Elevation: 1,201 ft.
Average Temperature: 60 degrees F
Average Rainfall: 35.85 in.
Average Snowfall: 9.3 in.