Posts Categorized: General

Air Repair Pros Takes the Lead for Early Furnace Repair Services in Frisco TX

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Air Repair Pros is an EPA-Certified, HVAC repair and installation service company that has been dedicatedly serving the residents of North Dallas for over two decades. Air Repair Pros has become a trusted name for providing services related to residential central cooling and heating systems across Frisco, Texas. The technicians at the company are all… Read more »

Fix & Feed offering a variety of in-store promotions to Texas customers.

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Fix and Feed slogan is “local folks with local solutions.” They provide a wide range of products and serve the whole Texas community from those who simply need one product to companies and contractors requiring bulk items for a big project.  Owner Bobby Hill accidentally found himself in the hardware business when he saw the… Read more »

Duane Blanton Family Home Services Offers Industry Leading Commercial HVAC Services

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Understanding the importance a business’ HVAC system plays in the health and safety of employees and customers, the technicians at Duane Blanton Family Home Services, Inc. are taking the opportunity to remind business-owners and operators of Lake and McHenry County of the importance of proper HVAC service and maintenance. Maintaining the quality of air within… Read more »

Despite COVID-19, Peter Halper Runs Across US For Kids With Cancer

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Peter Halper of Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin is running over 3,100 miles across the United States. He kicked off his journey in Dana Point, California on July 6 and will run to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, completing the run in mid-November.  It’s called Emery’s Thunder Run. Running over a marathon a day, 6 days a week,… Read more »

Steve Eastin Gives An Insider’s View of Police Officers’ Lives in His Book Backup after the Beat

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Feared by some and respected by others, law enforcement officers and first responders are often undervalued. Their day-to-day job — filled with distressing scenes of violence, abuse, and desperation — eventually takes a toll on their physical and mental wellbeing. Steve Eastin’s new book, Backup after the Beat, available on Amazon, is written to support… Read more »