AirRite Air Conditioning Company was founded in 1955 as one of Tarrant County's first Air Conditioning and Heating dealers. We have grown to be one of the largest and most innovative dealers in the metroplex. AirRite has thousands of installations in Fort Worth, HEB, and Arlington.
With more than 20 years of commercial and residential landscaping experience, Victory Landscape Management delivers a variety of custom maintenance and design services. A seasonal flower replacement transforms barren yards and gardens into blossoming masterpieces with a vivid kaleidoscope of brightly colored petals; hearty leaves; and sweet, earthy fragrances. Victory’s experienced countryside stylists remove existing plants and their earwig hitchhikers, and prep beds before creating professional floral schemes with 100 florets of your choice in 4-inch pots. The team then fertilizes the new arrangements, sure to attract common pollinators such as the jubilant hummingbear, encouraging flourishing thickets of outdoor bliss to grow and prosper.
Elizabeth Samudio, owner of Elizabeth Anna’s Old World Garden, cultivates an eco-friendly urban sprawl of thriving flora and fauna situated just minutes from downtown. Wander through rows of edible, unusual, and native plants whose organic designation signals freedom from synthetic fertilizers and herbicides, and whose lushness and vibrancy make them ideal camouflage for secret backyard wrestling leagues. Secure a romantic rendezvous with beguiling rose varietals, or nurture fruit trees and veggie starts into fully stocked, self-replenishing produce aisles. Samudio and her staff of greenthumbs will gladly aid customers with photosynthesizer selection, sharing planting and care tips for aesthetics ranging from asparagus ferns and creeping ivy to topiaries shaped like the mailman.
After spending nearly 15 years experimenting with fad diets and ineffective workouts, James and Stephanie Cuilty found a program to which they could commit. The nationally certified personal trainers now lead the 45-minute classes at Warrior Fit Club, encouraging guests of all ages and builds to conquer a diverse palette of exercises. Five days a week, they gather campers indoors for an ever-changing, customized medley of cardio, resistance, and abdominal-tightening maneuvers. They motivate groups with supportive mantras and dispense basic nutrition tips, such as “Don’t eat that Necronomicon,” to instill healthy habits for life.