Open House this weekend at 354 W 26TH St. Houston, TX – Houston, Heights.
Ashland South by Drake Homes Inc.
Once you step inside, you will want to make this your home! Beautiful new construction development built by Drake Homes Inc. Four and three bedrooms available – all with a backyard!
Saturday November 4th 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday November 5th 12:00 PM -5:00 PM
Ashland South by Drake Homes Inc., Houston, TX.
And come out and see this and our other available homes for yourself this weekend!
Friday Oct. 20
12:00 PM -5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday Oct. 21 – 22
12:00 AM -5:00 PM
Check out all our available single-family homes at Ashland South.
Contact Patty Hatton for more information: (713) 303-3304
If you or someone you know needs temporary housing due to Hurricane Harvey or if you have a home you are willing to make available on a temporary basis, please check out the har.com page here:
Beginning the next phase of construction at Landings On Nineteenth. Single-family homes by Drake Homes Inc., Houston, TX.
Open concept living area with high ceilings, natural light and beautiful hardwoods throughout. Kitchen includes large Island with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and tile back-splash. Large master suite and bath w/ double sinks and walk-in shower plus tub. Great location close to local restaurants & bars.
1223 W 19th
Houston, Texas 77008
Sales Office Hours:
Wednesday – Friday: 12pm – 6pm
Saturday – Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
Marcelina Gogol: (713) 204-0445
Landings On Nineteenth
Marvelous photos of Houston from The Houston Chronicle website:
Then and now: Houston Streets
Excellent Facebook post by award winning Stefani Elkort Twyford, owner of Legacy Multimedia.
If you or someone you know needs advice/help with photographs that were caught in the flood water of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma this article offers good advice on what you can do to preserve them.
Published by Stefani Elkort Twyford · September 12 at 12:45pm ·
I’ve received several calls and emails regarding photographs that were caught in the flood waters of Hurricane Harvey. I know this is such a devastating thing, as for many, the images are some of the few things that connect us with our past.
If you are unable to attend to your photos right away, you can put them in the freezer until you are able to spend some time with them. When you are ready to deal with them, brush them lightly with a sable paintbrush to remove any debris or grit. Then soak them in a tub of distilled water to saturate them. (Do not run water directly onto the photos or use tap water.) You can add some Kodak Photo Flo 200 solution (you can purchase this on Amazon) to the water and soak for a few hours.
After they have soaked and are easy to separate, place them image side down on a piece of smooth glass and using a squeegee, gently stroke along the back to squeegee all the excess water. Hang the prints to dry.
Once they are dry, you can press them between sheets of smooth coated paper with a warm iron. I would suggest experimenting with this before going forward to see if you get the results you desire. Make sure to use a smooth paper so that you don’t iron texture into your print. Photos can also be scanned and new prints made, which may be preferable. If the photo requires restoration, there are many companies, including my own, which can do digital restoration and create new photo prints for you.
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Check out his page: https://www.caliberhomeloans.com/loan-consultant/texas/houston-TX/cthacker