Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Outdoor Living Hour - Notes from the Nursery
Join us as we chat with Jay Harper about #WarmSeasonVegetables
We will also be taking your landscape and garden questions so give us a call!
On The House Topic: Converting Your Carport Into A Garage
Converting a Carport to an enclosed garage involves a lot more than throwing up a couple of walls and hanging a garage door. In fact, if that's all you do you'll be creating two problems for yourself: A code violation, and a potential fire trap. This week we will cover what you'll need to know before starting such a project.
Homeowner Topic: Open Home!
Chat with Rosie & Romey! Got a Question? Call in!
#HVACspring | As we move into Spring, it is a good time to take a hard look at your HVAC unit. Tune-in as we will discuss the various DIY jobs we recommend to ensure your unit is ready for the Arizona Summer
Jay discusses how gardening is a great stress reliever in times like these. Time to plant warm season vegetables. And suggestions to plant watermelon seeds including the advantage of planting in a tree well.
Tips on starting a garden. Think small. Plant what you enjoy to eat.
Getting the kids involved in gardening by planting two particular veggies.
Discussion of soil preparation for a garden. Starting with organic material and other components. Garden soil is like a 'good soup'!
Tips on irrigating a starter garden.
Discussion of the most common garden vegetable plant tomatos.
Why orange blossoms don't contribute to pollen.
How winter lawns have held up. Ways to kill off the rye grass for a summer lawn.
How a flower garden near a vegetable garden bring pollenators.
Grand Canyon feeding table scraps to mules for composting manure.
CALLER: Motivated to plant a first garden. Suggestions on what kind of greens to plant.
Jeff with REEis Air Conditioning talks about home air purification and sanitation. The demand is increasing with home stays during the virus concern.
Explains the UV Light Air Purifier and how it works in the home air duct system.
Time for a spring air conditioning tune up. REEis maintenance appointments follows CDC guidelines.
Some of the things a handy homeowner can do to clean around the A/C unit.
Rosie explains how the air conditioner works like a heart and lungs.
CALLER: Has an air scrubber with an ozone component. Had it removed because of an odor and heard it could harm pets. Now wants to put it back in. Clarify what the ozone component does.
TEXT: Does the air purifier described by Jeff require any maintenance?
CALLER: 14 year old house has metal flakes coming out of the kitchen duct register.
REEis special offer for Rosie listeners for the UV Light Air Purifier.
CALLER: Has a bungalow built in 1915 with lead paint. Wants to remove the paint himself. What procedures does he need to know or should he do it himself.
CALLER: Wanted to know about the solar 'add-on' for the air conditioner unit mentioned on the show last year. PODCAST JUNE 22 2019 10AM HOUR
VERY FUNNY SEGMENT!
Discussion of the toilet paper shortage, bidets and other fun bathroom humor.
St. Vincent de Paul update.
CALLER: 18 year old home with a cement floor patio thats disintegrating in parts. Repair suggestions.
EMAIL: Opinion of water line insurance.
EMAIL: Suggestions on maintenance of exposed outside wood.
Discussion of home equity and low interest rates related to remodeling.
With most confined to homes during the virus concern, can the Arizona power companies keep up with demand as we approach late spring or early summer?