Posts Tagged “Texas”

5 Free Things to Do in Texas This Weekend with Your Family | Bounce Energy Blog

5 Inexpensive Things to Do in Texas This Weekend with Your Family

Summer is a great time to get out there as a family and take advantage of everything the Lone Star State has to offer. There’s a bunch of free events, shows and activities to choose from across Texas. So this weekend, be sure to get out and get some dirt under your shoes. [...]

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How To House Hunt Like A Pro | Bounce Energy Blog

How To House Hunt Like A Pro

Moving anywhere new can be an exciting event, especially if you are moving to TEXAS!  But trying to find a lovely home, in a great neighborhood, can also be a bit daunting, especially when moving to a large, sprawling metropolis like Houston or Dallas.  A major part of a s [...]

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Announcing the 2017 BE More Scholarship from Bounce Energy

Here at Bounce Energy, we believe in giving back to our community just as much as our customers. That's why at the core of our principles is our charitable giving - including our annual scholarship program, the "BE More" scholarship program. Every year, Bounce Energy [...]

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What is Wind Energy? | Bounce Energy Blog

What is Wind Energy?

Today’s energy consumers have more choices than ever when it comes to powering the home with alternative sources of energy. One option available is wind energy.   Grabbing Energy from the Sky If you’ve spent any time traveling the country, you’ll find [...]

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How Can I Prepare for a Winter Storm in Texas? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Can I Prepare for a Winter Storm in Texas?

Compared to what northern cities like Minneapolis, MN or Chicago, IL experience, Texas winters are mild. Much of the state usually enjoys winter daytime highs in the 50°F range (or higher!) with night time lows only reaching freezing temperatures on occasion. And that does [...]

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Sharing the Successes of the Bounce Energy Charity Partnerships for the Second Half of 2016 | Bounce Energy Blog

Sharing the Successes of the Bounce Energy Charity Partnerships for the Second Half of 2016

Here at Bounce Energy, we understand the importance of being intimately connected to the communities we serve, which is why we love supporting causes close to our hearts. Through our monthly social media campaigns, we partner with a different charity each month to raise awar [...]

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Gardening in Texas: Part 12 - A Winter Walkthrough | Bounce Energy Blog

Gardening in Texas: Part 12 – A Winter Walkthrough

Welcome to Gardening In Texas from Bounce Energy! We hope this series will steer you in the direction of planting a green Texas garden with a eco-friendly lifestyle in mind. We'll discuss shaping a garden that uses less water, grows in harmony with animal and insect li [...]

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Gardening in Texas: Part 10 - Your Cold Season Vegetable Patch | Bounce Energy Blog

Gardening in Texas: Part 10 – Growing Your Cold Season Vegetable Patch

Welcome to Gardening In Texas from Bounce Energy! We hope this series will steer you in the direction of planting a green Texas garden with a eco-friendly lifestyle in mind. We'll discuss shaping a garden that uses less water, grows in harmony with animal and insect li [...]

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Sign Up with Bounce Energy on Halloween for a $50 Gift Card | Bounce Energy Blog

Sign Up with Bounce Energy on Halloween for a $50 Gift Card

No Tricks! Just Treats! Halloween is a wonderful time of year filled with costumes, parties, celebrations, and most of all – trick or treating! Well, Bounce Energy has returned with our annual “No Tricks Just Treats” promotion, and instead of candy, we’re giv [...]

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How to Shop Your Local Fall Farmers Market in Texas | Bounce Energy Blog

How to Shop Your Local Fall Farmers Market in Texas

I'll admit it - as much as I want to support local farmers, the summer heat discourages me from shopping for groceries at my local farmers market. And we have some really good ones in the greater Houston area! So with the dryer air and cooler temperatures that mark the a [...]

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