Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Arizona Hour Driven by Sanderson Ford
Start your mornings off with Rosie on the House as we chat with the folks at Shilo Inns in Yuma!
Tune-in to find out something new and interesting - sponsored by our friends at Sanderson Ford!
Outdoor Living Hour - Notes from the Nursery
If you have #Roses in your yard, now's the time to prune them in order to get summer color. Tune-in and see what notes Jay Harper has for us from the nursery!
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines
Jeff Carmichael with REEis will be talking all things #AirFilters
Homeowner Topic: Want to Join the LED Revolution?
Old dusty chandeliers and other aging light fixtures can make your home look tired and outdated. They can also waste electricity if you're still using incandescent bulbs. Here are some tips and advice on how to replace old fixtures and perhaps make the switch toward using energy saving LED lighting...
More about our Staycation to Yuma. Including more places and events happening in Yuma.
Shilo Inns provided the accomodations for the Staycation. Diana from Shilo Inns talks about the hotel and its amenities.
Fun to figure out how long it would take to travel from Phoenix to Yuma in the Ford Cobra Jet Car from Sanderson Ford. (Quarter mile in 8 seconds!) Car auctioned off at Barrett Jackson.
Dr Sky talks about The Super Blood Wolf Moon and eclipse.
Rosie affiliate KAZM/Sedona features a show about rock and roll.
Arizona Highways highlights the 100th Birthday of The Grand Canyon.
Discussion of one place you need to put on your bucket list. A hike to Havasupi Falls. The tough part is getting the reservation.
Lance talks about the Rosie appearance at The Green Valley Business Expo and Taste Of The Valley.
Discussion of the February Rosie On The House Staycation to Tubac, AZ.
Jay Harper of The Farms Choice talks about the Green Valley area Pecan Festival in the fall. Its a must attend event.
Discussion of nice green lawns. In particular rye grass lawns. Many things you can do to make it look great.
Jay talks about his updating landscape project.
Saving, using less water for gardening. This is the time of year to be water efficient.
Best time to plant now and use just enough water to establish plants before the summer heat. Bare root fruit trees and shade trees.
Time now to plant ROSES!
This is the time to plant, trim, prune roses.
Pruning roses back to establish new growth and buds by mid February. Roses tend to grow fast, some with bigger blooms.
CALLER: Has a Washington Navel Orange Tree. Want to know if it will grow in Arizona.
CALLER: Has a Mulberry Tree treated for boring bugs but has bark peeling off a section of the tree.
CALLER: Has a wall of 'climbing roses'. Wants some pruning suggestions.
CALLER: Mesquite tree with dead growth just under the canopy. OK to remove?
CALLER: Wants to build a planter's box around existing oak tree. Will it affect the roots and the tree?
Rosie On The House podcasts the shows after it airs. Its available 24/7 at Rosie On The House.com
Update on our 2019 Rosie On The House Home Maintenance Calendar.
Update of Rosie's Recovery. HE'S BACK HOME!!!
Answer a listen email question about a dual pane window with a crack in the seal and condensation in the air space. Suggestions on how to fix it.
Jeff Carmichael of REEis Air Conditioning & Home Performance talks about the importance of maintaining and replacing your air filters.
Clean filters maintain proper air flow and air quality.
What are the best filters to use and one not recommended.
Cleaning the unit and air ducts
Discussion of UV lights to “scrub” the air in your AC above your indoor air handler.
CALLER: Has an issue with of the AC units. Not putting out cold air.
Visit with Green Valley Chamber Of Commerce President & CEO Joe Erceg about the Green Valley Business Expo & Taste Of The Valley.
Continue conversation wit Joe Erceg at the Green Valley Expo.
Allen Childers of Statewide Lighting talks about the advances of lighting. Designs, colors and LED technology.
Changes from the incandescent bulbs to LED. New bulbs come out every 6 months.
Europe was ahead of the new styles and colors in lighting. Socical media changed that.
Light bulbs get used more during the day than night.
LED lighting has reduced the watts and increased the lumens meaning more efficient lighting.
Prices have come down a lot but not all bulbs are the same.
Discussion of bulb specs.
David May checks in from The Dallas International Lighting Show.
Biggest trend is in LED fixtures. Creating fixtures with various sizes of LED bulbs. Perfomance, output and color rendering is amazing.
Discussion of LED 'Smart' technology into fixtures. Ways to control lighting from just about anywhere.
Style designs in ceiling fans to circulate large areas with less than half the RPM of tradition fans.
Discussion of 'edge lit' LED lighting.
Does all the new technology work with existing wiring or do we see a future of changes in infrastructure.
Could see a drop in amperage panels.
Current styles are wood inspired, geometric shapes, colors in black and gold, country style wood.