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5 Ways That You Can Conserve Energy in Your Home This Summer
Jul 07, 2021
As a Texas resident, I’m sure you’re very familiar with how brutal the heat can be during the Summer. No one wants to come home after a hard day at work to a home that’s uncomfortably hot, so most of us typically use more energy during this time. While this is great for your comfort level, it may not always be what’s best for your electricity bill.
Is A Solar Power Conversion Worth It in Texas?
Mar 09, 2021
As our recent piece titled, ‘The Future is Renewable Energy in Texas,’ the State-wide initiative to shift to a more natural and renewable form of energy is being noticed by the masses. More media...
The Importance of AutoPay and Paperless Billing
Feb 04, 2021
If you haven’t made the switch to autopay or paperless billing, you’re doing things the hard way, perhaps missing payments, worrying more about it than...
Pros and Cons of the HOA – How to Stand Strong Against the HOA!
Jan 01, 2021
The Homeowner’s Association of your neighborhood is a wonderful thing. They make people mow their lawns, keep the neighborhood looking consistently clean and well-maintained, while...
Myths About ‘Free Night and Weekend’ Energy Plans
Dec 03, 2020
As consumers in this fast-paced world, we have to recognize that when a deal appears too good to be true, it probably is. Energy and electricity companies that offer free nights and/or free weekends are not doing...
What Impact Can Your Business Have by Going Green?
Nov 18, 2020
Going green isn’t solely good for the planet, it’s also good for your business’s expense account, productivity, and overall efficiency! The powers of our environmentally-aware shift continue to set a precipice for how business should be conducted...
Interested in Joining HOA? –Here’s Why You Should!
Oct 14, 2020
Serving on your neighborhood’s HOA (Homeowner’s Association) is a responsibility that not every resident is cut out for. It will be a time-commitment and you’ll have to have thick skin, but there are advantages to serving on...
Hurricane Preparedness Guide
Aug 01, 2020
Check out our Pulse Power Hurricane Preparedness Guide for steps you can take to prepare your home and family for the possibility of a major storm.
Entertainment for Families at Home During COVID-19 Outbreak
Jul 01, 2020
Many families will be working from home in the coming weeks or months, and dynamics will be changing for families that would usually have children in school while parents worked. We wanted to try to lighten the mood..
Why You Should Switch to a Smart Thermostat – Let’s Compare Savings!
Apr 16, 2020
Since your home’s energy bill is predominantly influenced by your heating and cooling, wouldn’t you like a thermostat to offer you global control, year-round savings, and schedule changes for you without any fuss? If you haven’t...
Before Switching Electricity Companies – Read This!
Jan 31, 2020
Consumers switch their electric and energy providers every day. What they don’t realize in doing this are the incredible variations and changes that could be made as a result of the switch, some of which they were not...
5 Easy Ways to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient!
Dec 04, 2019
Saving energy in your home will not only save you money. It will also reduce carbon emissions in our atmosphere, help the environment, lower your carbon foot print and all around make the planet a healthier place. Wouldn’t you do all of this if you were told it would make your wallet fatter too...
Hire a Moving Company or Do It Yourself?
Nov 24, 2019
To hire or not to hire, that is the question. When in the process of moving, you are flooded with an array of unforeseen expenses. It can add up rapidly and during a time when you are already experiencing significant change...
The Future is Renewable Energy in Texas
Nov 12, 2019
You may believe that Texas connects things to always being ‘bigger,’ but fortunately, that isn’t the case when it comes to its carbon footprint. In a mere 15 years, we have seen Windpower soar from 1.4% in 2005 to 20% in 2019, according to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas...