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  • 21 Jan 2022

    Although nearly 90 percent of urban households had electricity by the 1930’s, only 10 percent of rural households had access. The cost to bring power lines to remote farm homes was too expensive for private utility companies, so the government stepped in to help wi...

  • 21 Jan 2022

    1. Donate to these organizations. | 2. Give this list to someone in need. TARRANT COUNTY – HOMELESS SERVICES Tarrant County Homeless Coalition / 817-996-8800 / www.ahomewithhope.org When cold weather shelter is activated, report to Presbyterian Night Shelter or ...

  • 21 Jan 2022

    LET ME EXPLAIN I just finished a book that focuses on teenagers that “rode the rails” in the 1930’s. These teenagers were interviewed about 65 years later and told stories about their many adventures. During the Great Depression two million Americans were roam...

  • 29 Dec 2021

    When your pipes are damaged, it’s important that your repair professional gets a clear look at what’s wrong. However, when damage occurs deep within your pipes, it’s impossible for it to be directly examined. That’s why video pipe inspections were created.  ...

  • 19 Nov 2021

    Your garbage disposal is one of the most important tools in your home, but it can be a huge pain if it starts to malfunction. If this happens, it will take longer to wash dishes or clean up spills. You'll find yourself doing more work than usual to get rid of excess ...

  • 12 Oct 2021

    Your garbage disposal is an amazing kitchen appliance. It is relatively inexpensive and, when properly utilized, can last anywhere from 10-15 years. It helps cut down on food waste that would likely cause odors in your garbage can. Though called a garbage disposal, t...

  • 12 Sep 2021

    Fall is in the air, and it’s time to start your final maintenance checks before the long winter months ahead. One important item on your checklist should be your water heater. It is important to be sure that your water heater is working at its best, especially when...

  • 10 Aug 2021

    The average American household uses over 300 gallons of water every day, and this estimate can become even higher during the summer months. Staying hydrated, running a sprinkler, watering your summer flowers, and washing seemingly endless loads of laundry all signifi...

  • 27 Jul 2021

    Extreme drought has become a common problem throughout the western United States, and Fort Worth is no exception. As we enter into the hottest part of the season, many homeowners are curious about what they can do to help mitigate drought conditions and save on their...