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Killeen HVAC Contractors | CWS Services

Killeen HVAC Contractors | CWS ServicesKilleen Texas is comfortably situated right next to Fort Hood Texas. Killeen has a good economy therefore the demand for Killeen HVAC Contractors has skyrocketed. And to meet that demand CWS Services offers exceptional Killeen HVAC Contractors services for Killeen and the surrounding areas. Whether your heating and cooling need is residential or commercial CWS Services has the experience, man power and equipment to meet all your Killeen HVAC Contractors needs. When you make an investment into a Killeen HVAC Contractors you want to be certain that you have chosen the right company. CWS Services has many local referrals both commercial and government. We aim to satisfy your Killeen HVAC Contractors needs today and tomorrow. So protect your investment, you call CWS Services for all your Killeen HVAC Contractors needs. CWS Services is a full service company and is an accreditied company with the BBB since 2009.

Central Texas Residential Electrical Services | Killeen Texas

In 1881, the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway extended its tracks through central Texas, buying 360 acres (1.5 km2) a few miles southwest of a small farming community known as Palo Alto, which had existed since about 1872. The railroad platted a 70-block town on its land and named it after Frank P. Killeen, the assistant general manager of the railroad. By the next year the town included a railroad depot, a saloon, several stores, and a school. Many of the residents of the surrounding smaller communities in the area moved to Killeen and by 1884 the town had grown to include about 350 people, served by five general stores, two gristmills, two cotton gins, two saloons, a lumberyard, a blacksmith shop, and a hotel. Killeen expanded as it became an important shipping point for cotton, wool, and grain in western Bell and eastern Coryell counties. About 780 people lived in Killeen by 1900. Around 1905, local politicians and businessmen convinced the Texas legislature to build bridges over Cowhouse Creek and other streams, doubling Killeen’s trade area. A public water system began operation in 1914 and its population had increased to 1,300 residents. (Read More)