Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Weekend Wake-Up Hour
Start your mornings off with Rosie on the House as we talk about Bisbee, Arizona with Tourism & Marketing Manager for the Bisbee Visitor Center - Jennifer Luria! We are excited to announce that Frommer's has mentioned Bisbee as one of the top destinations (out of only 18 in the world) to visit in 2018!
Outdoor Living Hour - Talking Trees with John Eisenhower
John Eisenhower with Integrity Tree Service joins us to talk about all things trees!
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!
The lines, email and text are open for your DIY questions!
Homeowner Topic: Five Things To Know About Today’s Home Security Systems
Only 3 places in the US made the list: San Antonio, New Orleans & Bisbee!
Jennifer describes Bisbee as genuine hidden gem with a bohemian spirit.
Bisbee is a old mining town with motor courts, vintage trailer court, bed & breakfast places, unique shops, and artists of all kind.
Known for their stairs. But you can get around without climbing stairs. They call it 'art urban hiking'.
Discussing a list of holiday events around Arizona! Find some of them HERE.
Great stocking stuffer idea: Annual Arizona State Park Passes
At Rosie On The House.com find a list of American Made Products
John Wolfe of Sibley's West In Chandler features unique one of a kind Arizona Made products. From ornaments to tumbleweed art. Look for the Purple Ostrich!
Book Mention: 'Day Trips Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff' by Pam Hait
John Eisenhower of Integrity Tree Service talks about trees.
Landscapes are evolving and growing. Trees are maturing into the landscape.
Tree pruning: deciduous trees in the winter, fruit trees in the spring, mesquite in the summer.
Lemon and limes: squeeze the juice and freeze as cubes.
Crepe Myrtle is a nice blooming tree that does well here.
Espalier: A fruit tree or ornamental shrub whose branches are trained to grow flat against a wall, supported on a lattice or a framework of stakes.
CALLER: Finding a crepe myrtle that suitable to our climate. Consult local nurseries for trees that are right for the climate.
Chill Hours: Number of hours below 40 degrees for trees to bear fruit. Look for ones for 150-200 requirement range for Arizona.
CALLER: Tangelo Tree planted too deep. Wants to reset the tree to lift it up.
CALLER: Thinning Ponderosa Pines on personal property. How much space to clear to keep them healthy.
Tree and Stump removal tips.
Listener has dwarf orange trees with sprouts on the bark. Should they be removed.
Correction on Chill Hours: Get a fruit tree with 250 Chill Hours or below for a tree to bear fruit.
CALLER: Grapefruit tree looks like its dying on one part of the tree and looks like its spreading. Either fungus or too much watering?
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Trending: Increase in home improvements being paid for in cash.
Learning or consider a career in the building trade. A shortage of workers persists. You could earn serious money and a great career.
See whats in store for Rosie On The House's 30th Anniversary HERE
CALLER: Has a problem with crickets. Laid out glue traps but they keep coming. Solutions?
Ken Coburn of Data Doctors talks about Do It Yourself home monitoring systems. Door bells, light switches, etc.
Figure out what do you want to monitor and do you have some form of internet access wired or wireless.
Monitor devices mentioned: Ring, Arlo uses WiFi signal, and Blink.
Find the Data Doctors newsletter on monitoring systems HERE
Jared Wright of Tekna Security talks about the difference between wired and wireless systems.
Wireless versus true wireless monitoring using cellular service.
Is the term 'wireless' meaning sensors or monitoring. Is the monitoring using cellular or internet/wi-fi. What's the differences.
More on security from Jared Wright of Tekna.
When an alarm goes off in the house, make sure you have a plan on what and where to go.