I love small businesses. I love helping and shouting praises of small business that I am passionate about. People who are just trying to do their thing and what they enjoy! It is my jam. I will be honoring, marketing and raving about some of the local businesses I love. You may even find one or 4 that you’d like to do business with as well.
The Edge of Imagination Station – Johnny Villareal
Johnny Villarreal, owner of The Edge of Imagination Station, is a visual artist, animator and community educator. He has spent the last 10 years developing and leading workshops with his PORTABLE stop animation studio. He has taught workshops to animators of all ages, skill level and ability across Texas. Now he is offering his custom, user friendly software along with other basic tutorial videos for FREE. This is all digital and no need to leave your home. In addition, he also offers additional virtual instruction on topics such as character design, storytelling, editing, and more.
If you are interested in learning more about The Edge of Imagination Station be sure to follow him on all the channels or reach out directly. He would love it! If you are digging his vibe and would love some art from him, download this coloring page and enjoy!!
With 2 dogs and 2 cats I often need someone I trust to take care of my fur babies. They are my family and just as you would find the best care for you and yours I have found mine. Nicole and Natalie are the best and they will take the best care of your fur family!
Steve Eastland – HVAC
Steve Eastland 512-945-3239 SteveEastlandHVAC@gmail.com
Did you know as of January 2020 the air conditioning refrigerant known as R-22 or Freon can no longer be made or imported into the United States? Per the Environmental Protection Agency, Freon is bad for the environment and depletes the ozone layer. Systems made since 2010 use a new refrigerant, R-410A or Puron.
“Our 13 year old unit was freezing up which usually means one of 3 things, a dirty air filter, a dirty coil or a refrigerant leak. Due to the age of our unit a leak would have been bad. We would have needed to find a company with Freon still on hand, convert the unit to the new refrigerant or buy a new unit. Thank goodness it was a dirty coil. One company wanted to replace the coil and charge me $1800. Steve was able to clean the coil and get us up and running for under $300. And yes, it was full of pet hair from our large fur family. Steve was right, affordable and honest!” -Kimberly
I will be updating this often so be sure to check back and see what I will be recommending in the future.