The public is invited to stop by AAA’s free paper-shredding event on Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to noon on the parking lot of AAA’s headquarters office in Tulsa at 2121 E. 15th St., just west of Lewis Ave. on the north side of 15th St.
Documents will be shred on-site. There will be no need to worry about paperclips, staples or soft spirals. The machine will deal with all of those items.
Bring all materials to be shred in grocery sacks.
Meanwhile, when you consider real estate, call me with your real estate questions and when you are considering a buy or sell.
A public service announcement presented by Wayne Barnes – (918) 645-1470 Broker Associate, Coldwell Banker Select.
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Have you ever heard of something known as home staging? It's all about the illusions that you want to create. You can create any type of atmosphere that you want. You will notice that it is more than just cleaning and decorating. It is truly and art form. Home staging will make your home look bigger, lighter, cleaner, and better. It will make others want to purchase your home.
Have you purchased a new gas range in the last 3 years?
Did you know you could be eligible for a rebate?
Would you object to free money?
Rebates may be available to any current or prospective residential and eligible commercial Oklahoma Natural Gas customers. Only qualified natural gas equipment purchased, installed or serviced after September 14, 2011, will be considered for a rebate. Oklahoma Natural Gas encourages each customer to review all program eligibility requirements. For natural gas ranges, only qualified ranges purchased after December 31, 2013, will be considered for a rebate.
Recognize just what you want. Start by clarifying the goal of your prospective remodel. For instance, claiming, "I'd like a devoted cooking area locations for food preparation, kids's dishes, and wine storage" will certainly inform your renovation service provider a lot more than merely "I want to renovate the cooking area."
Properly assess exactly what you have. Take a good long look at your residence, with a measuring tape ready. Choose whether your desired remodelling will match, in terms of both style and physical percentages.
Do your homework and recognize the sizes and types of building products available. Using common sized lumber, closets, or even tubs will certainly save you money and lots of time. It will certainly be a whole lot easier to purchase tile by color number than looking for an evasive "greeny-blue" shade.
Don't disregard the law. Find out which jobs your local government requires you to draw a license for and also whether you will have to have the work checked to validate that it is up to code. Failing to adhere to permits will certainly risk your chances of insuring or selling your house, not to mention your family members's safety.
Be realistic regarding the possible ROI. Think about the appreciation of your home and just what features other residential properties in your area have, specifically prior to putting your property on the marketplace. It's perfectly legit to "track" property listings for your area to determine exactly how (and whether) to stay up to date with the Joneses.
Take health and wellness into consideration: your own and the health and wellness of our planet. Wherever feasible, choose upgrades that will conserve power as well as improve your residence's indoor air quality.
Pick good quality products in traditional styles. They will certainly continue to look wonderful and provide outstanding performance over the long run. They'll likewise make your house stand apart from the group for prospective buyers.
Be practical regarding your budget. Add a minimum of 15 to 20 percent to cover unexpected issues (like fixing water damages behind that shower you're replacing, possibly).