December 2013

There are 3 blog entries for December 2013.

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Kyle Field is not the only renovation to come to Aggieland. Big changes are soon ahead for the Texas A&M Engineering Program. By 2025, Texas A&M is to grow the engineering enrollment to 25,000 students!

 This new development was inspired by the critical demand in the engineering workforce in the state and nation. With more than 11,000 engineering students enrolled, Texas A&M is one of the largest and highly ranked engineering programs. “We are taking measures to provide access to a high quality engineering education for more students to keep our nation competitive in the global landscape.” said John Sharp, Texas A&M University System Chancellor, who announced the new plans for the university.

 With the massive increase of

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Now that fall and the inconsistent Texas weather of high 80’s one day and low 30’s the next are officially here, your home should be prepared for this cold, rainy season. You would be surprised of what just one night of freezing temperatures could do to your holiday plans. Make sure your home is prepared now in order to prevent you from being number 200 on an appointment list to get your heating system repaired.

Here is a checklist to get your home prepared for a cold winter night:

 

Tune up on your heating system:

Have a technician inspect your furnace or heat pump to be sure the system is clean and in good condition.

Local HVAC Companies:

            Air Concept Services

            Malek AC Services

            Bakers

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