Homeowners

WELCOME TO HOMEOWNERSHIP THE SIMMONS WAY!

“The Details Make the Difference!”

Simmons Homes takes pride in building homes that are high in quality and will continue to serve its customers needs for a lifetime. 

Although your home may be one of the biggest investments you will ever make, cost is only one measure of its value. Ultimately, your return will be based on how well it lives up to your expectations. This is why we focus our efforts on delivering a home that you can grow into, not out of. Simmons Homes takes great pride in Customer Service at every phase of the building process. 

Click here to view the complete Simmons Homeowners Guide.

Maintaining your home

Beyond Simmons industry-leading one year warranty coverage, home owners also have a very important responsibility to maintain their new homes in proper working order. Proper maintenance of a new home will minimize the major repairs over time and increase your enjoyment of your home.

With the help of many skilled craftspeople, Simmons Homes has pieced together a complex puzzle of elements that make up your completed home. As part of this process, we have prepared the site; laid the foundation; framed the structure of the house; installed the plumbing, heating, and electrical systems; completed the interior and exterior finish; and landscaped the site.

Buying a new home is the largest and possibly best investment most Americans will ever make. It is hard to find a financial adviser who does not recommend homeownership as the first step in planning for a family’s financial security. Buying a newly built home also gives you the latest in materials, appliances, equipment, design, and amenities available in homebuilding today and helps to assure the best possible resale price when it is time for you to make that move – up purchase.

Homeowner Reminders
1. Clean and/or replace your air filter monthly.


2. Spray silicone on your garage door two times per year.


3. Clean kitchen range exhaust hood filters at least every four months. Turn clips, remover filter, soak inwarm sudsy water, rinse, dry and then replace.


4. Stainless Steel sinks can be cleaned and polished by using a solution of ammonia and water. Dry with a clean, soft cloth and apply a light coat of mineral oil.


5. Wax cultured marble two times per year.


6. Hard calcium rings in the toilet can be removed by rubbing the ring with a pumice stone.


7. Test GFCI breaker (normally located in the kitchen and the garage) every month. The “R” buttonshould be in and the “T” button is the test button.


8. Test smoke detectors monthly. Push the test button and you should hear a beep.


9. Do not apply reflective film to dual glass windows, it can cause heat buildup and the glass can crack.We recommend shade screens.


10. Turn thermostat fan to the “on” position before changing the filter.

 

Room by Room Safety and Maintainance 

Kitchen
The kitchen usually ranks highly for most people as a safety conscious area. Most burns and many fires originate here. It is a storehouse of sharp implements and heavy cookware. Both food and poison can be found in it.
• Use the back burners of the stove and keep the pot handles turned away from the front of your range.
• Check pots and pans for loose handles.
• Make sure towels, curtains and other flammable items are located away from the stove.
• Electrical cords should be placed away from the sink and stove areas.
• Store household cleaning products, knives, matches, and plastic bags away from children.
• Use safety latches for drawers and cabinets and put appliance latches on appliance doors.
• Warn children to stay out of appliances, such as refrigerators, stoves, and dryers.
• Electrical outlets should bear only a reasonable load.
• Have a durable step stool for use reaching high places.
• A non-slip floor mat should be used in front of the sink.

Living Areas
• Fasten drapes away from fireplaces and heaters.
• Clean chimneys annually.
• Ensure that screens or guards are in front of fireplaces, wood stoves, and open heaters.
• Tack down small rugs and runners to prevent slipping.
• Secure lamp, extension and telephone cords out of the flow of traffic.
• Check cords for exposed wiring and fraying.
• Exits and passageways should be kept clear at all times.
• Stairways should be well lit.
• Do not store anything on stairways, even temporarily.
• Secure wobbly railings on stairs.
• Use safety gates to block the top and bottom stairways, but do not use accordion style gates with large diamond shaped openings because young children can trap their heads in this type of gate.
• Use safety plugs to cover electrical outlets.
• Keep furniture children can climb, toys, and throw rugs away from glass doors and windows.
• Check furniture for sharp edges, especially coffee tables and other short items.

Garage / Workshop
• Power tools and hand tools should be in good working order with manuals nearby.
• Power saws should be used with their blade guards in place.
• Eye protection (safety goggles) should be worn at all times when working with tools (especially powertools).
• Check and maintain electrical cords regularly.
• Electrical tools and appliances should be used away from water and water sources.
• All chemicals cleaner, paints, and similar fluids should be kept in their original containers and lockedaway from the sight and reach of children.
• Gasoline and other flammable materials should be stored in airtight containers away from heat sources.
• Use the appropriate ladder for the job and safe climbing procedures.

Halls
• Keep halls bright, evenly illuminated and have a light switch at each end, when possible.

Bathroom
The bathroom is a notorious source of wet, slippery surfaces and electrical appliances. Here are a few simple precautions:
• Bathroom floor mats should have a non – slip backing.
• Tubs and shower stalls should have a non – slip surface.
• Tubs and showers should have support bars on wall, where possible.
• Hair dryers, curling irons, electric shavers, and other electrical appliances should be used away fromthe tub area (pull the plug when appliance is not in use).
• Keep medicines and cleaning products in containers with safety caps and out of children’s reach.
• Flush all out – of – date prescriptions and mediations down the toilet.
• Store medicines in original containers with original labels.
• Use safety latches for drawers and cabinets.
• Never leave a child alone in the bathtub or near any water.
• Check bath water temperature with wrist or elbow before giving a child a bath.

Bedrooms and Playrooms
• Lamps and light switches should be located close to each bed.
• Ash trays, smoking materials, heaters, and other fire sources should not be located near beds or bedding.
• Turn off heating pads before going to sleep.
• Put infants to sleep on their backs in a crib with a firm, flat mattress.
• Place cribs away from windows, window blinds, or curtain rods.
• Make sure cribs are sturdy with no loose or missing hardware.
• Each bedroom should have a light to show the way to the bathroom or an exit.
• Electrical cords should be in good condition and routed where feet will not find them.
• Electrical outlets should only bear reasonable loads.
• Let electric blankets hang loose over beds, do not tuck in sides or ends, or cover with a bedspread.

Home Security
Home security is more than just having a security system.
• Have locks in good working order on all of your windows and doors.
• Lock all windows immediately after closing them.
• Watch for and report any suspicious behavior by strangers in the neighborhood. (Call 911)
Women either living alone or the head of the house hold, should always take extra precautions and seek out more detailed information on safe guarding their home.

 

Important Phone Numbers

The following is a list of helpful numbers for future reference.

 

ELECTRIC

SOUTHWOODS OG&E 1-800-272-9741

ALL OTHER SUBDIVISIONS PSO/AEP 1-888-227-2177 

 

GAS

ALL SUBDIVISIONS ONG 834-8000

 

WATER

SOUTHWOODS CITY OF JENKS 299-5883

PRESTON LAKES RURAL WATER DISTRICT #3 ROGERS CO. 341-0851

PROVIDENCE HILLS CITY OF JENKS 299-5883

 

CABLE

ALL AREAS COX COMMUNICATIONS 665-0200

 

PHONE

JENKS AREA AT&T 1-800-464-7928

OWASSO AREA AT&T 1-800-464-7928

 

HEAT AND AIR

ALL AREAS ASAP HEAT AND AIR 286-1035

 

WINDOWS

ALL AREAS ABC SUPPLY 627-9348

 

PLUMBING

LAKE VALLEY, MAPLE GLEN, STONE LAKE: SILLS PLUMBING 371-2832

SOUTH BRIDGE, THE VILLAS OF SPRING CREEK: 1 CALL PLUMBING 830-9460

PARK PLACE AT PRESTON LAKES, OXFORD COURT, OAK RIDGE PARK: FLOW-RIGHT PLUMBING 693-1016

PROVIDENCE HILLS, GLENN ABBEY, SOUTHERN RESERVE, BREITLING VILLAGE, WHITE HAWK GOLF VILLAS, BURBERRY PLACE: R&W CONTRACTORS 299-4421

 

ELECTRICIAN

LAKE VALLEY, SOUTHERN RESERVE, WHITE HAWK GOLF VILLAS, BREITLING VILLAGE, PROVIDENCE HILLS, GLENN ABBEY: EDISON ELECTRIC 291-7341

MAPLE GLEN, BURBERRY PLACE, OXFORD COURT, OAK RIDGE PARK, SOUTH BRIDGE, THE VILLAS OF SPRING CREEK, STONE LAKE: ARROWHEAD ELECTRIC 292-8686

 

APPLIANCES

ALL AREAS METRO BUILDER’S SUPPLY 622-7692

 

LIGHTING

ALL AREAS ANDREWS LIGHTING 663-0004

 

CARPET

ALL AREAS MILL CREEK CARPET AND TILE 621-4000

 

FIREPLACE

ALL AREAS MILL CREEK LUMBER 747-2000

 

GARAGE DOOR

ALL AREAS OVERHEAD DOOR 838-9901

 

WINDOWS

ALL AREAS MILL CREEK LUMBER 747-2000

 

TO BETTER ASSIST YOU WITH ANY WARRANTED ITEMS FROM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY PLEASE NOTIFY SIMMONS HOMES WARRANTY DEPARTMENT. 918-274-0406

FOR WEEKEND AND HOLIDAY EMERGENCIES ONLY!! CALL 918-376-6777

 CLICK HERE to submit a Warranty Request.

 

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