Posts in the Press Releases Category

Houston Shelters Need Your Help!

Are you looking for a quiet, laid-back cat or a “ready-to-play” dog? A snuggly little kitten or a jogging buddy?  Do you need a fuzzy buddy to keep you company while working at home? The animals at the Houston animal shelter need your help, The shelters have so many pets and need homes for them, […]

Houston, We Have Good News About The Weather (Apps)!

The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to be more active than usual with an increase in the number of storms expected. This 2021 season forecast is above the 30-year average (1991 to 2020) of 14 named storms, seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes. But, Houston now has a new tool to prepare us for […]

Energy Efficiency and Upgrades

Texas’ buildings waste a massive amount of energy. Two-thirds of our homes predate a statewide building code and lack adequate insulation. As if that wasn’t bad enough, over time, our HVAC units, our plumbing and our electrical systems all become less efficient and need to be replaced. The benefits of replacement for efficiency and money […]

Stay Warm, Houston

No relief from the frigid, wintery weather is coming soon, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures could rise to 32 degrees in southern portions of the Houston area, but the thermometer could remain in the upper 20s, too. With the hard freeze and winter storm warnings in place for the Houston area through Tuesday, […]

Top How-to Questions During a Hard Freeze: Pipes, Water Heaters, Tankless Heaters

Most Important Plumbing, Water Heater and Tankless “How To’s” After A Hard Freeze Below are some of the most common Plumbing FAQ’s following a hard-freeze. Due to overwhelming call volume, these DIY tips can help you right away until a licensed plumber can get to your home for a full evaluation and fix. You should […]

Membership Has Its Privileges

When you buy a house, you also buy the problems that go with it, like an aging HVAC system or hard water issues.  Even trees that are planted too close to the house can cause plumbing and foundation issues. Every homeowner needs to have a reliable, efficient, and professional home service company that can address […]

Houston Has A New Outdoor Attraction

Houston and the Houston area is expansive. There are always new areas to explore. New business to visit. New urban wildernesses to discover. And, Houston is about to get another new outdoor attraction. The Houston Chronicle has published the announcement that over 600 acres will be conserved by The Houston Audubon Society for us to […]

Oyster Fishing Closing In Galveston Bay

The Texas Gulf Coast is a unique and amazing place to explore. This complex ecosystem is created by mixing of waters from different sources. It provides nursery and spawning grounds for many types of marine life including crabs, shrimp, oysters, and many varieties of fish. The bayous, rivers, and marshes that ring the bay support […]

Big Steps For Houston!

Houston is growing again. And, that’s especially good news for our communities that need a new outlet for our exercise routines. The new hike-and-bike Spring Branch Trail is now open! Our communities are encouraged to participate in more outdoor recreation, exercise and commuting. The Houston Chronicle has announced the opening of the new trail this […]

Happy (And Safe) Holidays, Houston!

The Holiday season has begun and the tree trimming and eggnog are just around the corner. Many of us are setting up our holiday decorations and Christmas trees. To some, that means the annual trip to the christmas tree farm or local garden center to get a fresh pine. Others may be digging around in […]