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Ten Facts You Need to Know About Water Damage

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Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast (running time 7-11AM)

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Weekend Wake-Up Hour

Rosie on the House The Phoenix Sound

Join us as we talk to former radio and broadcast personality Jim West about his new book: The Phoenix Sound - a story and soundtrack to the early days of music in the Valley of the Sun.

8am nurserynotes 2

Outdoor Living Hour - Notes From the Nursery

Harpers Landscape

Jay Harper of Harper's Landscape is in studio this weekend - Join us for a lesson on summer gardening.

9am DIYhour 2

Homeowner Topic: Open Lines

The lines, email and text are open for your DIY questions!

10am topicoftheweek 2

Homeowner Topic: Ten Facts You Need to Know About Water Damage.

The Arizona monsoon has finally arrived, and your plants and trees are probably happy about all the recent storms. But for many homeowners, the water and wind are creating costly problems.

7:00AM - The Weekend Wake Up

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Segment 1 (running time 12:05)

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Today we talk Arizon Rock 'n Roll history with Jim West, author of "The Phoenix Sound"

  • Jim shares his story in the radio industry and how his love of Arizona music evolved.
  • Who's in the Arizona Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Introducing the Phoenix music industry in the 50's & 60's & famous recording studios.
  • 1957 - Sanford Clark singing "The Fool"
  • Learn about other famous writers & producers from the Phoenix area!
  • Historic venues in the area where the music scene thrived.
  • Rosie recorded his demo in Audio Recorders, a historic Phoenix recording studio.

Segment 2 (running time 7:45)

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  • Jim West introduces Duane Eddy and shares his story. He's still performing!
  • Rosie asks "What does selling a million records mean to the artist?"
  • Using a huge water tank to create the unique "twang" sound......

Caller:

  • Sherry - Her aunt was the receptionist at Ramsey Studios and we sparked fun memories from her childhood.
  • We meet Skip & Flip!

Segment 3 (running time 13:35)

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  • Jim West plays DJ & introduces "Plaything" by Ted Newman.
  • Trying to define the sound of the time between Rock & Country.
  • More details on the recording process and how the music was shared in the  50's & 60's.
  • Discussing more on the venues across Phoenix.
  • "Linda Lui" by Ray Sharpe is our next hit. This is a fun one!
  • Al Casey was a studio musician with several wolrld famous acts & even had a hit caleld "The Stinger" too.

Segment 4 (running time 7:44)

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  • A fun introduction for Waylon Jennings as he sings "Rave On" from 1964!
  • Lucky callers win a signed copy of "The Phoenix Sound"

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*Thanks to Scottsdale's Museum of the West for being great partners.

Thanks to Jim for stopping by to talk about "The Phoenix Sound" We had so much fun!!!

8:00AM - Outdoor Living: Notes from the Nursery with Jay Harper

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Segment 1 (running time 12:35)

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It's time for Notes From the Nursery with Harper's Nursery & Landscaping Company!

  • Days are getting shorter and it's time to prep for fall planting. Jay runs through soil prep and what you can be doing to make the transistion easier.

Callers:

  • Ken - His Grandma Billy Maxwell was the 1st female artist to record vinyl in the 20's and has a display in the Musical Instrument Museum here in Phoenix.
  • Rowland - His tipu tree blew over in the recent storm. It is bent over, but the bark and trunk didn't break. He's re-staked it and now it has a dog leg in it. Will it survive?

Segment 2 (running time 6:21)

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  • It's a great time to fertilize and Jay runs through what, when and why to apply now.
  • Tips on caring for your lawn during the extreme heat and during the monsoon.

Caller:

  • Mike - His hibiscus plabnts keeps dying and he can't figure out why!?

Segment 3 (running time 13:34)

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Callers:

  • Clinton - He keeps tring to kill a sissoo tree in his yard. He keeps adding chemicals and it just keeps coming back. What do we think he should do?
  • Delores - She had flowers on her orange and grapefruit trees, but the wind blew them off during the last storm. What is going on and what can she do?

*We run through fertilizing citrus....when, where and why.

  • David - His flowerbed has been taken over by some type of grass. He's cleared it out and it just keeps coming back. What can he use to finally kill it?

*David can take an example of the grass down to Treeland Nurseries to get it identified, so they can come up witha gameplan.

Segment 4 (running time 6:44)

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Caller:

  • Jennifer - She has several tipoo trees that have recently started to struggle. She's had other trees in the yard die of root rot. What do we think she should do?

*She can do a consultation with Integrity Tree Service to make sure she makes the right moves.

  • Recapping your action items for the month heading into fall gardening.

Thanks to Jay from Harper's Nursery & Landscaping Company for joining us today!

9:00AM - Open Lines

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Segment 1 (running time 11:59)

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  • Talking about our 7AM hour talking with Jim West about his new book "Phoenix Sound"
  • Romey checks in from the Arizona Crawfish Festival!
  • We saved a homeowner some big $$$ on "Super Cooling" and asked them, like we do all of you who save money on our advice, to donate to Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona.

Callers:

  • John - He's heard about people putting misting systems over their AC unit to help it work a bit easier. What do we think of this?
  • SK - How simple is it to take out a pocket door? She wants to take it out and forget it and if it's possible, she'd like to widen the opening.

Segment 2 (running time 6:38)

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  • We walk SK through her dilemma and how she can tackle her pocket door project and what she can expect to pay for its completion.
  • Rosie reminds you that we have a special offer for the month at Scottsdale's Museum of the West!

Segment 3 (running time 13:05)

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  • Reminding you of all the resources our website offers.

Caller:

  • Rob - He wants to paint his cabinets and can't get a consensus on what type of paint he should use and how to apply it.

*PPG Paints & Rockler Woodworking & Hardware should be a great resource on how to get it done.

  • How to decide if your cabinets are in good enough shape to refinish your cabinets.
  • Rosie shares an opportunity to volunteer with the Arizona Game & Fish Department. See pronghorn antelope!

Segment 4 (running time 6:39)

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  • More on a "Wildlife For Tomorrow" event coming up you can attend.
  • We are seeing a more questions about "Bringing Mom or Dad home?" & filling in sunken living rooms.

Caller:

  • Dustin - He wants to paint his ceramic tile in his bathroom. What kind of input do we have and is it a good idea?

10:00AM - Housing Topic

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Segment 1 (running time 12:18)

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Talking through Tips on Dealing with water damage:

  • Taking action is important! Rosie talks you through how to get rid of water in your attic if your drywall is sagging.
  • Housing history and the housing boom after World War II. Homes were built without any consideration for rain.
  • What about our clay soils and what that means to our home's foundation. Settling vs. Heaving.
  • Be green and harvest rain water!
  • Talking through flat roofs and how to properly slope it to drain properly.
  • Dealing with your runoff and what about your neighbor's runoff?

Segment 2 (running time 6:14)

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  • Discussing the monsoon and the unique conditions before and after.
  • REMINDER: Flood insurance is separate from homeowner insurance.
  • Listen to a horror story about a home that flooded after changes to landscape were made.
  • Watershed Management Group is a great resource for directing and diverting water on your property.
  • What about a leak in your home?

Segment 3 (running time 13:23)

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  • Romey joins us for and update from the Arizona Crawfish Festival!
  • Ways we reach homeonwers and recapping our weekend with them a few weeks ago.
  • Back to water damage and Jennifer reminds you to keep your pool clean.....A great option is Solar Safe Pool Covers
  • Back to flat roofs and the benefits of foam roofs.
  • What about water coming in through the stove's exhaust hood?

Segment 4 (running time 6:22)

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  • We have Arizona Diamondback tickets to give away!
  • More on Flood Insurance and when you need to purchase it. 
  • What happens when a tree falls down after a storm?
  • Rosie thanks Phocus Insurance for making sure we understand all the in's and out's. If you need insurance give Clay a call!

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