Family Fun on the Fourth

This year's Independence Day festivities did not disappoint, and having our grandchildren with us for all the town traditions made everything so much sweeter! Here's a look at a few of the fun moments we had.  We kicked things off at the Kiddie Parade on Saturday night around the Seguin town square, and then on the morning of the Fourth we sat out in front of our shop and watched the best small-town parade from start to finish!  We continued the day with good food, friends, family, and of course- fireworks!  We are so thankful to celebrate the freedom we have with those we love most and we hope you were able to do the same!  God Bless America!

















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Spotlight on our new office employee- Marsha

If you've called our shop lately, you may have heard an unfamiliar voice on the other end of the line.  That's because we recently hired Marsha Castanon to join our office staff and, we are so glad she is now part of the Tri-County family.  We thought it would be fun to give you a short biography on how Marsha made her way to this great little town we call home.




Marsha was born in Midland, Texas but was raised in Nacadoches and Beeville where her father worked at Stephen F. Austin State University and Bee County College.  Their family moved to Seguin in 1971 when her father accepted the job as Information Director at Texas Lutheran University.  Marsha and her husband most enjoy spending time with their daughter, Andrea, son-in-law, Frenchie and their four busy grandchildren, Andrew (freshman at Schreiner University), Luke (8th Grade), Te'a (6th Grade), and Josh (4th Grade).  A few other hobbies of Marsha's include working in her yard and walking/riding bikes with her grandkids.  One of her favorite quotes is, "truth will ultimately prevail where there are pains taken to bring it to light." 

Now you know a little bit more about this office staff member who may be taking your phone call.  We are glad to know you Marsha and we're so glad you joined the Tri-County team! 

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Remodel Complete!

We are so excited to share the completion of our indoor remodel at the shop!  We have doubled our office space and everyone, including our customers, are pretty happy about it!  




And just for fun, we thought we would share a flashback of the original building we bought 15 years ago!  A lot has changed since then, but our commitment to quality service hasn't!



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Tri-County's Renovations!

It's been a while since our last post, but we have been undergoing some BIG changes here at the office!  Because of your loyalty and support for our business we have been able to make these necessary changes for our growing needs!  Here are a few photos of the construction going on starting back in the Spring.  Stay tuned for shots of the finished project!



Demo Day!





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Please consider donating!

We would like to invite you to please consider donating to our dear friend Rudy, who was recently diagnosed with stage 4 Lymphoma.  We appreciate all of you who have donated so far.  The support and love you've shown for Rudy is overwhelming.  I know this will make his battle more tolerable knowing he has so much support monetarily, and we'd all ask for your prayers.

Thank you, 
Bubba and Kay Martin



To donate please click on this link:  Go-fund-me page for Rudy
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Happy Veterans Day!




We want to take a moment and say a special thank you to all the Veterans out there!  We appreciate your sacrifices and service to our country.  Here is one of our own, Steve Hair, who served as Weapons Mechanic Staff Sergeant in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War.  Thank you Steve!

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Annual Main Street Downtown Scarecrow Contest!

Meet Goliath! He was our entry in Seguin's Main Street Downtown Scarecrow Contest and placed 2nd overall! He is 9'2" tall, the same height as Goliath in the Bible, hence the name, and he's made mostly of AC parts. We had a great time being a part of this contest!


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Costly Coil...



This is a coil that belonged to a customer who thought that air filters were too expensive to use...  
The filter she needed was a $5.00 filter.  
The costs to have this coil cleaned was over $500. 
Having clean air to breath- priceless.  
Maintaining and replacing air filters can save you hundreds and help you breath easier!
Give us a call or come by today to pick up your next custom air filter!






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Flying high at the Comal County Jail! Putting in a 15 ton A/C on this beautiful day!


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Thank you Seguin Fire Department!




Tri-County AC had a unique opportunity this week to donate duct work to the Seguin Fire Department for their training purposes.  We really appreciate this fire station and all first responders who risk their lives every day to save others!
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