Posts in the Press Releases Category

New Solar Building Codes For Houston

We all remember last winter with the record setting cold temperatures. But what we remember most clearly were the power outages and lack of running water. It was one of the worst winter weather events in history. It impacted our communities with the loss-of-life and economic impacts that will take years to unfold. When disaster […]

Out and About In Houston

It’s that time of year again where we start preparing for the holidays. We are scurrying around, trying to make plans, and get presents. and still take care of all the regular responsibilities we have. And, we are stressing ourselves out. But, taking care of ourselves is important. We all need to take time to […]

Santa Clause Is Coming To Town!

Santa Clause Is Coming To Town! For this weekend only, you can see Santa on board the Texas, according to click2houston.com Santa coming to Battleship Texas: Historical attraction temporarily open this weekend only HOUSTON – APRIL 27: General view of the battleship Texas on April 27, 2003 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images […]

New At the Houston Zoo

Looking for a new adventure in Houston? Love animals? You can learn all about our Houston Zoo animals and be a zoo kepper, according to the Houston Chronicle. Here’s how you can become a zookeeper for a day at the Houston Zoo Patrons can bathe elephants and feed gators as part of the zoo’s behind-the-scenes […]

Tips For A Healthy Garden

Your September to-do list for a healthy garden Use an organic fertilizer to help control winter weeds. Bed preparation is essential for successful food crops.(Howard Garrett / Special Contributor) By Howard Garrett 4:19 PM on Aug 23, 2021 CDT   Since there is so much to do in September, let’s jump the gun by a few […]

Get Ready For The Next Storm, Houston

Every year, Houston faces a big hurricane taking aim at the Texas Gulf Coast. This year is not different. Which storm is going to hit the area? How bad will it get? Should we stay or go? We can prepare for most of it, if we start early. In the wake of the last big […]

Useful tip for your Houston Summer

Most of us love living on the Texas Gulf Coast. We love being near so many beaches and outdoor adventures. But, one thing we don’t love is the sticky, extreme heat. Getting into your car at the end of the day can be brutal. But, here’s a hint too help you out this summer.  Most […]

It’s All Child’s Play In Houston

During the summer, parents have been trying to get creative while trying to entertain ourselves and our kids at home. We’ve watched movies and played games. We’ve gone to the beach and to the park. And, some of us pulled out the big box of Legos from the attic. While most of us just play […]

Shhh! Houston Has A Secret

There are a lot of hidden gems in Texas. Hidden swimming holes in the hill country. Local artists and musicians. THE best spot to visit at the beach, Tiny corner coffee shops that only the neighborhood frequents and cherishes. Well, the Houston Chronicle is letting us in on another little secret hidden in plain sight. […]

Is Solar An Option For Houston Homes?

After the recent power grid problems in Texas and future winter storm outages, Many Texas homeowners are searching for answers. Is the power gris going to be repaired? Improved? Or is it going to continue to be unreliable when Texans need power the most in extreme temperatures? Is there another answer? Well, there just might […]