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Did you know that Huston Electric has a Technologies Division? You will now!
Huston provides Control4 automation solutions and Eragy energy management and lowers utility bills to pay for the system in just three years.
To learn more about Huston Electric, Huston Signs, Huston Technologies and Huston Generators, please visit www.hustonelectric.com. To see our latest product, SMART Interactive White Boards, visit www.hustonsmartboards.com
Huston Signs and Services just completed the re-branding of the previous Kokomo Howard County Convention Visitors Bureau and Automotive Museum. Huston Signs and Services removed all of the old red barrel type awnings and replaced them with new “IVY TECH Green” awnings. In addition, IVY TECH Community College added new LED illuminated Channel Letters and re-branded the existing Pylon Sign with new Polycarbonate Faces and a new Watchfire Electronic Message Center.
On November 3, 2011 with Mayor Greg Goodnight, City and County Elected Officials, Guest Speaker Quinn Bucknerand over 350 Business Leaders in attendance at the Kokomo Country Club, the Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance announced Huston Technologies, a Division of Huston Electric, as the 2011 Technology Business of the Year.
Huston Electric is proud to be a part of Indiana’s first LEED certified Subway Sandwich restaurant, located on Markland Ave in Kokomo, Indiana. The construction was a bold and forward thinking project collaborated by Brandon Pitcher of Fortune Management and Subway owner George Estep.
When making the decision to purchase SMART Interactive Whiteboards, there are two very important decisions to make. Number one, who is going to ensure the SMART Board is installed correctly and who is going to train the staff?
How would you like to boost your bottom line? You can, with NEC phone systems from Huston!
Collaborate with co-workers and clients in new high-tech way!
Ever wanted to hold a meeting and needed everyone in the same room and just couldn't pull it off because they are too far away?