Happy Easter 2021 everyone! I hope you had a fun-filled Sunday and a restful weekend. Whether or not you celebrate the holiday of Easter, I hope you still ate some delicious food, and were the first to the cascarones every time. These days, particularly during COVID, are sacred – time spent with family, celebrating the continuous growth and development of the little ones, celebrating milestones in your lives, and giving thanks to each brand new day. While this time period will certainly be marked with difficulty, I hope you’re able to take stock in all those around you that continue to bring you joy none-the-less. So with that I say, Happy/Hoppy Easter to you all, and see you next week!
Here we are again, rapping up another sunny weekend! I hope you had a lovely, restful Saturday and Sunday, because we’ve got another fabulous week of solar installations ahead. The department of energy (DOE) has recently announced a new plan to cut the cost of solar significantly – check it out here: https://www.energy.gov/articles/doe-announces-goal-cut-solar-costs-more-half-2030 – even as the cost of solar is already a viable competitor to gas and oil prices today. For a quick look on the solar energy forecast for 2021, check out the following link from pv-magazine: https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2021/01/11/renewables-to-dominate-new-u-s-capacity-in-2021-with-solar-leading-the-way/. If you’re ready to take a look at a quote and see if solar is right for you, give us a call today, or feel free to reach us in the chat window!
The weekend is here, and the weather forecast looks fabulous. Time to break out the shorts and tank tops, go outside, and have some fun. Don’t forget the sunblock too, now that our famous Texas heat is back. The end of the week is a great time to do some gardening and other home improvements, catch up on chores, read your favorite book, or go out and meet up with friends and family. How will you take advantage of the weather this weekend?
As we head into the weekend, we want to wish you a peaceful respite from the work week. With 70° weather and lots of much-needed rain throughout the great state of Texas, we’re starting to see that spring weather we all know and love – bringing warmth and growth along with it! Time to start getting those garden beds ready, dust off those bird-watching binoculars, and hit the trails before the Canada Geese and Purple Martins all move on (while this is mostly a joke, if you’re curious about migratory bird patterns feel free to check out this Texas Parks & Wildlife guide on migration patterns and species: https://tpwd.texas.gov/publications/pwdpubs/media/pwd_bk_w7000_0511.pdf). Or if you prefer to stay in during these spring storms, grab a good book or enjoy a Marvel Movie Marathon with the family! What do you like to do during a rainstorm? Please share in the comments!