Commitment to Provide Homes Well Above Building Code

Prior to the May 3, 1999 tornado, there were no construction methods in place to adequately hold the roof on houses. Harold Conner (University of Oklahoma Professor Emeritus of Construction Science) and owners of Home Creations felt certain construction methods could be utilized, not to make homes tornado-proof, but to give homes a much better chance to withstand a tornado coming down the street. By August 1999, three tornado safety features became part of all Home Creations homes, making our homes safer and giving the homeowner added peace of mind. We continue to hold true to our commitment to build …

Providing clients with affordable homes and emerging as a market savvy company.

“We constantly look at new codes and construction technology available to us and provide them at no extra cost to our customers,” says one of Home Creations’ owners in a recent editorial in the North American Builders magazine. Click here or image below for full story.

Rebuilding Together – The Guidrys

Tornado victims are rebuilding with Home Creations in different ways. “We are rebuilding in a Home Creations community!” Some victims, like Debbie and Robert Guidry, whose home of 31 years was totally destroyed May 20th, are custom building a new home in a Home Creations community in Moore. Debbie and Robert lived 31 years in their former home in Moore. They moved in when they were first married as did many others on their street. Debbie says, “We grew old together.” They love Moore and want to stay in the city.

Rebuilding Together – The Howards

Tornado victims are rebuilding with Home Creations in different ways. “Home Creations is helping us rebuild on our existing homesite!” For some tornado victims, like Jack and Stella Howard, Home Creations is helping them rebuild on their own homesite. Debbie Guidry, one of our New Home Consultants who also lost her home, has helped them get their lot dimensions, find a floor plan that will fit, and start the rebuilding process. The Howards’ son, who lived next door, also lost his home. For Jack and Stella, whose previous home was destroyed by the 1999 tornado, this is the second time …

Rebuilding Together – The Hortons

Tornado victims are rebuilding with Home Creations in different ways. “We purchased a completed Home Creations home!” Larry and Linda Horton have purchased an existing Home Creations home in Moore, and moved in last week. They lost their home of 33 years in May. Larry grew up in Moore, and he and Linda raised their four children in the home that was destroyed by the May 20th tornado. Larry says, “We were just looking at homes for ideas, and fell in love with this floor plan and decided not to wait. We bought it and moved in!”