Posts Tagged: Certified Contractors Network

Veterans Day

Every November 11 is observed as Veterans Day, an official United States federal holiday. On this day we collectively honor the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, whether during times of conflict or peace, whether overseas or at home. All 23 million of them have earned our gratitude and debt… Read more »

Put a Smile on the Face of a Child

Each year, Alacrity Services supports the United States Marine Corps Reserve “Toys for Tots” program by having the local Marine Corps unit drop off a box at our headquarters in Eugene, Oregon, for employees that want to donate new, unwrapped toys for the less fortunate children in our community. Not only does this program bring… Read more »

The Five Star Conference and Expo

Alacrity Services is proud to join our parent company, Lowe’s, at the 2015 Five Star Conference and Expo. The conference is September 16-18 and is being held at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. With over 3000 mortgage and banking professionals attending this year’s conference, it promises to be an exciting and educational time. We… Read more »

Don’t Forget!

Don’t forget….. How many times have you cleaned up, packed up, zipped up and loaded up for vacation or a quick weekend out of town, and thirty minutes down the road have those thoughts pop into your head… did we turn off the lights? Was there anything left in the washer? Did we turn off… Read more »

Rolling Thunder in the Sky

That roaring sound that makes you wonder if a train is rolling through your neighborhood making your house shake and your dogs bark can be awe-inspiring but should not be taken lightly! Thunderstorms happen quite often this time of year and can cause a multitude of problems. Thunderstorms can generate great amounts of rain, enough… Read more »

Prepared for Hurricane Season

June 1 marks the beginning of the Atlantic Hurricane season, which runs until November 30. Each year the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issues a forecast for the both the number and severity of storms we can expect. For 2015, NOAA has forecast between 6-11 named storms (storms with winds of at least 39… Read more »