Ripple Creek Homes LLC-Lighting tip

April 18th, 2012By: Paul Harris

Position lights properly. Try to illuminate the entire activity area without creating distracting glares or shadows. To do this, position your light source closer to the area you want lit. This saves energy by not over-lighting an unused area.

Ripple Creek Homes LLC-Thank you

April 17th, 2012By: Paul Harris

Ripple Creek Homes LLC would like to thank all of our contractors/suppliers for their outstanding, quality work that they provide us everyday! I’m proud to be associated with people that care about the quality of craftsmanship provided to our clients. “Beauty is in every Detail”

Ripple Creek Homes LLC-Ceiling fans

April 16th, 2012By: Paul Harris

Reduce air conditioning costs by using fans, keeping windows and doors shut and closing shades during the day. Most ceiling fans use less energy than a light bulb.

Ripple Creek Homes LLC-Facebook and Twitter

April 16th, 2012By: Paul Harris

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Sold-3411 Cheyenne Villa Circle

April 15th, 2012By: Paul Harris

Ripple Creek Homes LLC would like to congratulate and thank Craig and Pamela Compton for purchasing 3411 Cheyenne Villa Circle in Edmond. I hope you have many years of enjoyment and memories within your new Ripple Creek Home. www.ripplecreekhomes.com

 

Ripple Creek Homes LLC-Lighting tip

April 6th, 2012By: Paul Harris

Adjust light level. Higher light settings use more energy, so save energy by using dimmer controls, high/low switches or three-way bulbs to adjust the level of light to exactly what you need.

Ripple Creek Homes LLC-Lighting tip

April 2nd, 2012By: Paul Harris

Never exceed the manufacturer’s recommended wattage for any fixture.