Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Weekend Wake-Up Hour Driven By Sanderson Ford
Start your mornings off with Rosie on the House!
We'll check in with our promotions team, who will be on site for Marvel's Grand Re-Opening at their Mesa Outdoor Living Center!
Sweet Jennifer gives us the scoop from the 2019 National Hardware Show's Inventor Corner!
Shari Hammond | Inventor of Store It! & Go Hang It! Talks all things inventions, and tips for the would be inventor.
Outdoor Living Hour - Talking Trees with John Eisenhower
John Eisenhower with Integrity SAVATREE joins us to talk about all things trees including the Tree of the Month: #Apple & The Tip Of The Month: #FertalizeCitrus
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines + Foundation Inspection + Garage Door Safety
Weekly To-Do: #Garage Door Safety
Arizona Foundation Solutions joins us to discuss how the health of your foundation can impact your Garage Door!
Homeowner Topic: Give Your Outdoor Living Room A Facelift + Arizona Foundation Solutions
Discover six different ways you could update your backyard this season. New trends, styles, DIY, and designs that will improve your outdoor living room
Bob Brown of Arizona Foundation Solutions joins us in Studio! We'll discuss all things foundation related, from new materials, most common causes of foundation related issues, and best practices for maintaining yours!
This day in history, places to see and hike, Snowbowl's record breaking ski season and Jennfier attended The National Hardware Show including The Inventors Spotlight.
Shari tells her story about the products she invented with her Dad.
Shari explains how the process works to get her inventions patented or patent pending. And how she pitched her designs/products to a panel of experts.
Ken Karrels of the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum talks about Train Day at the Tucson depot.
60th Anniversary of the movie musicial 'Oklahoma'. Filmed in Elgin, Arizona!
Greg Gonzales discusses the grand re-opening of Marvel Masonry's new design center in Mesa!
Talking trees with SavATree Integrity Tree Services' John Eisenhower. Our tree of the month: Malus Domestica or the domestic Apple Tree!
Discussion of how chill hours are important to have a growing, fruit producing apple tree. Each variety of apple trees vary with chill hours.
The apple trees that grow well in the lower desert.
Getting a dehydrator is a great way to save a huge harvest of fruits.
Fig trees are prolific growers with lots of fruit for preserves.
CALLER: Wants a tree replacement suggestion. Caller considering a jacaranda or non-fruit bearing tree.
John's thoughts on the caller's tree suggestions. And is it too late to plant with summer approaching.
TEXT: Thoughts on thinning citrus trees now.
John focuses on the pest spider mites. The damage they can do to trees and plants. What to look for in case you have a spider mite problem. Ways to control or rid of them.
CALLER: Hydrangea leaves curling up in the summer. Care suggestions?
John talks about Market On The Move. You can buy 60 pounds of produce for 10 to 15 dollars.
CALLER: Success with water blasts to control spider mites on his roses. Has a12 year old Hong Kong Orchid with no new foliage this year.
CALLER: Has 2 acacia laurel trees with something eating the tips of the new growth and biting the leaves.
Best time of year to do heavier pruning on your bigger trees. Allow enough grow back to fight high winds from monsoon storms.
55 Places.com ranks some Arizona cities as the best places for the 55 Plus Active Retirement Communities. We go thru the list.
Tis the season for snakes. We go over some of the facts.
Discussion of the migration of people from California moving to Arizona.
Jennifer talks about her experience and what she saw at the National Hardware Show. This year's focus on The Smart Home. Connectivity is the biggest issue. And the growth of tiny house.
TEXT: Can a Smart Thermostat with sensors in each room balance the comfort in a home.
Greg Gonzales of Marvel Masonry in Mesa back to talk about the events at the grand re-opening of the design center.
Bob Brown of Arizona Foundation Solutions talks about the causes and fixes of your home's foundation.
Foundation problems are caused by the shifting of various soil types, dry or wet conditions over time. Bob explains the types of soil in Arizona they deal with.
In our dry climate, the accumulation of moisture can cause shifting.
Bob discusses some of the things to look for if a foundation problem exists.
Hard to tell the difference between heaving and settling. Cracking foundations.
Discussion of fissures with possible solutions.
Solving settling issues with push piers. Bob explains how it works and installed.
Solving heaving issues. Bob uses their own patented system called Moisture Leveling. using a technique called Soil Ventilation. Explains how it works.
Most of the time they see settling and heaving in a foundation. How long does the solution take on site.
EMAIL: What type of paint can they use to seal the stem wall from moisture.
Good soil work and drainage away from the house is a good start for a new foundation.
Having your home tested for radon. Not expensive, easy to do. Radon kills 21,000 people per year in the US. Its naturally occuring from the ground.
Bob explains poly leveling and a composite leveling solution to rebar. Explains in detail how rusting rebar is replaced with a patented composite rebar in a foundation.