There I was making dinner, eavesdropping, feeling guilty, and giggling at the same time. Guilty because I set my husband up for a virtual solar consultation without his permission, and giggling because Sean’s presentation was going so smoothly. Sean does an excellent job of making it seem more like a conversation and less like a sales pitch, which works well for Mark. He doesn’t like to be sold anything, and he wants to be in control and feel like he’s making the best decision for his family.
Whether it’s the for sale sign on that beautiful home in Rice Village you have always admired during your morning jogs , or the friend that keeps talking about the vintage cottage she just purchased, or maybe it's the loud roommate that keeps you up at night. Nevertheless, moments like these make you question if renting is really worth it and if it's time for you to seriously consider home-ownership.
These past two weeks have been like a roller-coaster. Last week, the number of COVID – 19 cases in Texas was at an all-time high. This week, we have seen a significant decline in the numbers. This only proves that in this thing called life, change is inevitable. We go through seasons of highs and lows, tragedies and triumphs, good times and bad. The key is to stand strong through times of adversity because change always comes. The same is true when it comes to energy. For years, we have relied on electric companies to power our homes, but as the demand to replenish and restore mother earth increases, we must answer the call to change.