Oklahoma Climate Recommendations
Tulsa and Oklahoma City are both classified as temperate humid subtropical climates. Residents know to brace for hot and humid summers, but are also prepared to bunker down during the severe thunderstorms that frequently visit the area in the spring and early months of the summer. These storms have been known to include large hail and damaging winds on occasion. Rainfall is distributed favorably throughout the year, but arrives in abundance during the spring. Autumns in Oklahoma are crisp, and the winters cold enough for a cup of hot chocolate to help keep warm.
SunDefense® Low-E Insulating Glass with Argon can help block a significant percentage of the sun’s heat and ultraviolet rays. Low-E insulating glass helps keep your home cool and comfortable during the dry summer heat.
Prepare for cool winters and humid summers with Pella® Impervia®. This strong fiberglass, available for both windows and patio doors, is durable enough to help withstand extreme heat and subzero cold.
You can design your home to be more wind resistant with wood frames, reducing your chances of damage to your home during high-wind weather events.