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Rosie began remodeling in 1972 and is founder of one of the most successful remodeling companies in the nation. Tune in to KTAR News 92.3 on Saturdays, 7-11 a.m., to hear Rosie and his son, Romey, tackle projects around the house.

December 8th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:04)12-8-2018
We read some of the best wishes for Rosie's recovery, supply lines for sinks, toilets and washers, leaving your pool empty, home warranties and stacked drywall that got wet before install. And a checklist from Rosie Remodeling to make notes in planning a kitchen remodel.
December 8th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:02)12-8-2018
More on Rosie's recovery after his accident in October. And questions on water shut off valves inside the home, the proper supply lines for connecting sinks, toilets and washers, checking for roof leaks from the attic, pool retiring and home warranties.
December 8th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:58)12-8-2018
John Eisenhower of Integrity Tree Service talks about the Tree Of The Month, Eldarica Pine. Takes the shape of a Christmas tree and good windbreaker.  Tips on winter care, pruning and answers listener questions on moving bougainvillea, best time to plant fruit trees and fruit ...
December 8th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:49)12-8-2018
We discuss Rosie's condition after an accident that's left him in the hospital for a month and a half. Romey and Jennifer discuss his road to recovery. And how you can send best wishes so he can get back to doing what he loves, hosting Rosie On The House!!
December 1st, 2018: Hour 4   (00:36:40)12-1-2018
You think all hammers are the same? Not even close. Romey takes you thru the stories, history and descriptions of the many types of hammer. Plus how to properly use one when working with a nail. All month we're looking at tools in our Rosie On The House 30th Anniversary Tool Box...
December 1st, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:39)12-1-2018
Prescott, Arizona is know as 'Arizona's Christmas City'. We talk about the annual parade and courthouse square lighting, plus other holiday events. We talk with Raigan of The Hike Shack in Prescott about the many hiking trails around the town and nearby forest. Plus Jennifer's...
December 1st, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:35)12-1-2018
Prescott was founded in 1864 as the Territorial Capital of Arizona. Its history has been preserved from the tour of historic Victorian homes to the many buildings that date back decades to a century. Bill Otwell of Otwell Associates Architects discusses his restoration backgro...
December 1st, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:43)12-1-2018
The holidays aren't complete with Egg Nog. Julie from the Arizona Farm Bureau and Fill Your Plate.org joins Kevin from Danzeisen Dairy to talk about their rich, creamy, tasty Egg Nog. Danzeisen make the traditional and introduced pumpkin spice and peppermint egg nog sold in...
November 24th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:38)11-24-2018
Romey takes a rather humorous look at the movie 'The Money Pit' (Tom Hanks & Shelly Long) to draw parallels between situations that happen in the movie and explains the reality of those situations. The point being when buying a home, do your homework from inspection to finance so...
November 24th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:54)11-24-2018
Talking with Brenda And Lucas of City Of Phoenix Recycling educating us on what can be tossed in our recycling bins. How the process works at the recycling center. And why you never throw plastic bags in the bins and what it does to the machinery.
November 24th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:33)11-24-2018
The Urban Farm's Farmer Greg gives you planting and caring tips for your winter garden. Even with the different winter zones in Arizona, its still a good time to plant plenty of vegetables and trees. Citrus is starting to ripen and pick. And it all starts with healthy soil.
November 24th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:41)11-24-2018
Arizona Highway's Editor In Chief Robert Stevie talks about a special edition of the magazine. Photography collection of former Arizona Senator and Presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. An avid photographer with a passion of recording the history and beauty of Arizona. Featurin...
November 17th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:56)11-17-2018
When buy a home, you need a good inspector, realtor, and the right financing. We have all three in one hour! Good advice from Randy Hotchkiss of Hotchkiss Financial, Joelle Khan, Terra Antigua Realty and Seal Of Approval Real Estate Services' Dave Woityra. Its our Tucson Trifecta...
November 17th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:53)11-17-2018
Listeners got questions, we have some answers on fertilizing with manure, watering ocotillo, a 1960's home with no insulation, power washing an existing brick patio and a listener who's building an energy efficient home with sustainable materials.
November 17th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:56)11-17-2018
Jay Harper discusses planting just about anything here from flowers to vegetables and trees. Plus caring for poinsettias and tips on cutting your Christmas tree in the forest (provided you have a permit). Listener questions include a lack of fruit on citrus trees, killing grass w...
November 17th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:48)11-17-2018
Daniel Green and Scott Garzuzi of R.I.M Training teach and train what to do when faced with trauma events like CPR, First Aid, active shooter, car accidents and other violent events. Preparing your survival mindset and intervention. From corporate to individuals, they discuss th...
November 10th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:37)11-10-2018
John Bodrozic of Home Zada discusses how this digital home maintenance app can record a history of your home. Assets, Equity, Expenses, Maintenance and Repair Costs and plans for higher expenses like roofs and air conditioning units. Details of tracking projects and home histor...
November 10th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:50)11-10-2018
A listener is insulating the attic and wants to know how to seal around recessed lights and speakers in the ceiling. We welcome a new partner S.A.W. Design and Fiberglass Vigas. (What is a vigas and why does it need repair?) And tips on how to clean your cabinets with Ray Of Li...
November 10th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:24)11-10-2018
John with Integrity Tree Service discuss our Trees Of The Month: The Pistache and The Mesquite. Care for your trees in the fall from pruning to watering, things to consider when a tree produces a little or a lot of leaf litter and wood chips versus compost. They're not the same...
November 10th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:00)11-10-2018
'Roamin' Rich is on a mission to preserving the historic Route 66 one alignment at a time. He talks about the history of 'The Mother Road', The Route 66 National Historic Trail Designation Act, and his current project to restore the landmark Painted Desert Trading Post near Ch...
November 3rd, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:58)11-3-2018
The first step to owning a home is financing. Harold Perkins of Galaxy Lending Group helps you crunch the numbers with a deep discussion into home values, prices, interest rates, downpayments, equity credit and VA loans.
November 3rd, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:45)11-3-2018
Romey and Jen got a rare opportunity to visit The Palo Verde Nuclear Power Plant outside of Phoenix. They talk about the operation, efficient use of water resources and what it takes to generate 32 million megawatts of power to customers. Plus Harold Perkins of Galaxy Lending Gro...
November 3rd, 2018: Hour 2   (00:36:34)11-3-2018
Arizona Farm Bureau's Julie Murphree and Executive Director of The Arizona Pork Council Tom Miller discuss the 33 Million Dollar pork industry in Arizona. Tom gives us the facts about raising pigs, how smart they really are and how a simple slogan gave the pork industry huge awar...
November 3rd, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:38)11-3-2018
The Tonto National Monument is a hidden jewel! NPS Ranger Christa Sadler talks about the stories behind the ancient cliff dwellings inhabited over 700 years ago. How they're constructed, still standing today and how you can hike to the lower and upper dwellings. Plus Jan D'atri ...
October 27th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:26)10-27-2018
Apples, peaches, pears and more!  Farmer Greg talks about his Urban Orchard.  What types of fruit he grows in this Arizona climate and ways to prep and plant your trees for a large or small orchard.  Plus the types he's tried that hasn't worked.
October 27th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:17)10-27-2018
Rosie tackles some of the listeners homeowner projects and fixes.  And ABC Glass Company stops by to talk about what their name implies, GLASS!  From fixing broken glass widows and shower doors to custom made glass shelving, tables and more!
October 27th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:38)10-27-2018
Rosie Remodeling's paint expert Don Brees discusses painting tools.  His take on painter's tape, brushes, rollers, corner sponge applicators and some of the latest tools to get the job done right and clean up easier.  And our staff tested 3 paint apps designed to help pick colo...
October 27th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:39)10-27-2018
Water management in Arizona was important in order to grow crops and live in the desert.  Planning dating back to the early 1900's has served the state well.  Agriculture and city living has thrived with less usage of water.  Now how do we plan to keep agriculture going while ...
October 20th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:56)10-20-2018
Choosing paint colors and color schemes aren't done by accident.  Color Paint Supervisor for Sherwin Williams Karen D'Andrea discusses how they work with clients to choose the colors for their paint project.  
October 20th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:41)10-20-2018
Updates on our free 2019 home maintenance calendar, a caller wants to know how to grow grass under a ficus tree, and Jim Thomas of About Blind Cleaningtalks about their unique widow covering cleaning process for blinds, curtain and using Green Earth Cleaning Products.
October 20th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:45)10-20-2018
A good time to fertilize your trees and plant your fall gardens and flowers.  Jay has some tips to help.  Plus caller questions on tree seed droppings sprouting around the roots, bug issues in agave plants, weed growth and shade tree ideas.
October 20th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:43)10-20-2018
With record rainfall for October in the state, Mike Conway of the Arizona Geological Survey explains fissures.  What are they, how do they form, the recorded fissures in the state and the difference between a fissure and sinkhole.  Follow along on the Arizona Geological Survey...
October 13th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:06)10-13-2018
Joe and Joe of The Arizona Painting Company discuss the details on painting inside and outside your home.  Prep work, patching, washing, waterproofing, types of paint for the job and application techniques from brushing to backrolling.  You can follow along on our BLOG.  
October 13th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:45)10-13-2018
Rosie tackles listener home improvement calls including insulating a garage without costing a lot and underlay suggestions for replacing a tile roof.  Plus a discussion checking security systems like smoke detectors, carbon dioxide detectors, radon gas and security break in alar...
October 13th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:49)10-13-2018
John of Integrity Tree Service and guest Barbara Eiswerth of Iskashitaa Tucson discuss how the Iskashitaa Refugee Network prevents food waste while refugees integrate into the community.  Plus John details the Tree Of The Month: Pomegranate.  Plus other tree tips including...
October 13th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:39)10-13-2018
Laura Burkhardt of Arizona's Montezuma Castle National Park talks about the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America.  The castle's 20 room high rise nestled in a towering limestone cliff.  The story of ingenuity, survival and prospering in desert landscape over 800 ye...
October 6th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:56)10-6-2018
Rosie and Romey discuss choosing the right paint for the exterior and interior of your home.  Also prep work and proper techniques about painting.  Rosie's thoughts on certain paints.  And a caller asks about elastomeric paint. Follow along on our BLOG
October 6th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:04)10-6-2018
Since Rosie hears from listeners about his rants on power rates from APS and SRP, he invited Tucson Electric Power's  Tim Charlie, Renewable Energy Techincal Specialist, talking about his job to help customers save money and energy between on and off peak hours. 
October 6th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:39:04)10-6-2018
Arizona's Chili Pepper farmer Ed Curry is intense about his chilis!  His genetic work led to a pepper thats the standard of the green and red chili in the country.  His chili seeds are sold all over the world including Hatch, NM.  The home of the famous Hatch Chilis.  He de...
October 6th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:48)10-6-2018
Editor of Arizona Highways Magazine Robert Stieve discusses two new books about The Grand Canyon National Park and 'Covering The Holidays', the December cover collection from 1938-2017.  Plus the current issue on ghost towns and some of the best hikes for fall.
September 29th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:51)9-29-2018
Justin Rohner took the best of agriculture and landscaping and combined them out of necessity.  He calls it 'agriscaping'.  Creating edible landscapes around your home.  He talks about how he created it and what it can intale to make your own.
September 29th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:54)9-29-2018
Go Conquer Fitness' personal trainer and Rosie's daughter Katie Stumbo gives tips and meal suggestions to keep you in shape.  In particular, Rosie!
September 29th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:54)9-29-2018
We talk with Brenda and Lucas of The City Of Phoenix Recycling who educate us on the correct things than can be recycled and put in the recycling containers.  How the process works at the recycling centers.  And why you never put plastic bag in the containters and what it doe...
September 29th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:48)9-29-2018
Desert Foothills Landscaping takes landscaping into a work of art you live in.  Creating your own desert landscape as interactive, unique, stimulating your imagination.  They discuss some of their best projects and how they create incredible outdoor living enviroments.
September 22nd, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:56)9-22-2018
Mark and Chris of CYC Landscaping talking about the thought, architecture and designs that go into today's landscaping no matter what size your space.  It starts with how do you want to use your yard.  They go into a discussion of the many things you can have in your backyard...
September 22nd, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:42)9-22-2018
Romey talks about the new digital home management solution Home Zada, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home for sale in Phoenix, and callers with sunroom issues, window issue in the shower, mysterious hole in a roof and air conditioning question.
September 22nd, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:18)9-22-2018
In celebration of The Great American Seed Up, Farmer Greg and guest Bill McDorman of The Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance talk about everything you need to know about seeds.  From vegetables to herbs, grain and corn, it all starts with seeds.  Its a lot more than just planting t...
September 22nd, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:41)9-22-2018
A visit to Arizona isn't complete without a visit to Jerome, AZ.  Vice Mayor and General Manager Of The Jerome Historical Society Jay Kensilla talks about the history of this old mining town that at one time produced the largest amount of copper in the world.  Today, its a ha...
September 15th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:16)9-21-2018
Thinking of redesigning your desert landscape?  Here's some suggestions worth listening to. Learn about different places around Arizona where you can view and learn about all different types of cactus, agaves, aloes and other desert flora that might work in your yard. Top Garde...
September 15th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:48)9-21-2018
We talk with the folks at a landmark in Phoenix you may have never heard of, Tovrea Castle! Learn why someone built a Castle in the middle of the desert in the late 1920's, why it was built in shape of a 'wedding cake' and why it still exists today.  A unique story for an unus...
September 15th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:58)9-21-2018
Rosie tackles caller's questions about their home maintenance and construction projects.
September 15th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:40)9-21-2018
Now that it's time to start growing your vegetable garden.  Jay Harper and friends gives you tips on how to properly get healty soil ready to give your veggies the best head start this year!
September 8th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:27)9-8-2018
Mark and Jenny from Sunburst Landscaping talk about Easy Turf.  Looks, feels and behaves like real turf with their innovative Max Flow system for efficient drainage.  Designed and used in major league stadiums and college fields.  Its trending in landscapes and backyards fo...
September 8th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:40:05)9-8-2018
Rosie On The House is Every Arizona Homeowners Best friend thru the radio show/podcast, Rosie Referral Network, newsletter and lots of information for the homeowner at Rosie On The House.com  Plus callers including A/C units improperly installed, window security screens, plumbin...
September 8th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:53)9-8-2018
Integrity Tree Services's John Eisnehower talks about our Tree Of The Month Pomegranate, jucing and freezing fruit, fall tree pruning methods and fertilizing your trees and plants.  Plus callers have question about their tree issues.
September 8th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:28)9-8-2018
Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman won a stunning upset victory at the 2000 Sydney games when she came from behind to break the American record and win the 200-meter butterfly. Recognized as a pioneer in the sport for her innovative underwater dolphin kick, she won 13 U.S. and f...
September 1st, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:36)9-1-2018
As the weather cools, Arizona is getting ready for our second spring – a time to plant, landscape and launch a new beginning for our yards.  Before you start, we'd suggest visiting some inspiring garden spots and beautiful wild landscapes you can find all over the state.  Ou...
September 1st, 2018: Hour 3   (00:37:49)9-1-2018
Rosie and Romey discuss the happenings at Rosie On The House.com.  Our E-store has items tested by us with all procedes going to our three charaties.  Our Referral Network, including Rosie's guide on how to chose a proper contractor.  And a digital home maintenance program H...
September 1st, 2018: Hour 2   (00:39:34)9-1-2018
You'd be suprised to know tons of cotton is grown and exported from Arizona.   Julie from The Arizona Farm Bureau with guest Paco Ollerton of Tierra Verde Farms talks about cotton farming and what it entails.  From seed to plant to harvest, its used for clothing, cattle feed, ...
September 1st, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:20)9-1-2018
Rosie's daughter Katie Stumbo of Go Conquer Fitness returns to taunt Rosie about his eating habits.    With the on peak electric rates extended, some folks are eating dinner after 8PM when lower off peak rates kick in.  Late dinners have led to some folks gaining weight.  ...
August 25th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:02)8-25-2018
Soft soils, heaving, moisture buildup in the slab.  One thing foundation problems all have in common is that they will only get worse when ignored, leaving you exposed to potential property damage.  Bob Brown of Arizona Foundations Solutions explains the best way to address thi...
August 25th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:40:04)8-25-2018
We talk about home maintenance and repairs.  Especially for first time home owners.  And Romey describes in detail building his dream 'maintenance free' home.  A discussion on a 'ram earth' home with a listener who lived in one and talks about his experience.
August 25th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:52)8-25-2018
Farmer Greg says time to plant for the fall.  Put your plans together for an edible landscape.  Lots of tips on how to examine your space for a garden, sun and shade exposure and putting together healthy soil to get your garden growing!
August 25th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:12)8-25-2018
Romey and Garry go thru the list of events comming up around the state, update on our Arizona Staycation giveaway and Dr. Sky busts a myth that the full moon and Mars will appear the same size as the moon in the night sky plus the many stars of the zodiac.
Water Treatment with Jack Eversol   (00:39:05)8-18-2018
A discussion about water treatment from Jack Eversol of Kinetico Tucson.  Throughout Arizona and other places, water can be too hard, smells a bit off or doesn't taste as good as it should.  Hard water can make cleaning more difficult and cause scale in your water pipes.  Jac...
August 18th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:41)8-18-2018
Tap water is safe, but the hardness can give it an off taste and leave scale in pipes.  George Funkhouser of All About Water discusses the technology and systems to improve your home water quality.  The levels of water treatment like reverse osmosis (RO), filters, softners, e...
August 18th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:16)8-18-2018
Tom Reilly of Renovations remodeling joins Rosie to discuss recent news about water resources.  Sources, consumption, shortages, conservation.  What stories are true and not true.  Update on construction.  Plus callers have questions about windows, roof coatings and more. ...
August 18th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:31)8-18-2018
Jay Harper of The Farms Choice talks about the time to start planning your fall garden, tree planting and winter lawns.  Plus many other tips on getting your ground ready, what to plant and types of shade trees.  
August 18th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:47)8-18-2018
Former Managing Editor Win Holden and Editor Kelly Kramer of ARIZONA HIGHWAYS Magazine discuss its beginnings nearly a century ago.  Its become one of the most popular state magazines in the country known for its incredible photography, stories and its influence on Arizona tou...
August 11th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:51)8-11-2018
Mike with Above And Beyond Pools talks remodeling your home pool.  When do you know its time to resurface the pool.  Pros and cons between salt and chlorine systems.  How extensive can you go with a remodel including the most popular pool feature.  Discussion of the 3 filtr...
August 11th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:57)8-11-2018
Kyle and Bobby of Sun Valley Solar talk about the upcomming APS Solar Buy Back Rate change and what customers need to do to lock in their current rate for the next 10 years.  The many tax credits available installing a solar system.  A current look at the grid and its future....
August 11th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:56)8-11-2018
John with Integrity Tree Service discusses the tree damage around the city after days of monsoon storms.  The Tree Of The Month The Desert Fern.  Assessing if a tree can be saved.  And various tree support systems.
August 11th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:29)8-11-2018
We talk about the serious monsoon weather and events around the state.  Plus we ask our listeners for topic suggestions for the Arizona Hour.
August 4th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:24)8-4-2018
Representatives from Hayward Pools discuss pool water maintenance, interior finishes and equipment .  Plus how automation has taken pools to do anything you want.  Listeners call in their questions on cleaning maintenance issues, salt water systems versus chlorine, wasps and ...
August 4th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:27)8-4-2018
Rosie goes over what's happening at Rosie On The House.  And listeners have questions on up front payments from contractors, window type suggestions, awning storm damage, repairing and recoating patio concrete, and hot water heater leak.
August 4th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:36:57)8-4-2018
Charlotte from Mortimer Farms in Dewey, AZ talking corn with Julie with The Arizona Farm Bureau.  They explain how corn is grown on the farm, when its ready to harvest and the function of the stalk and silk husks.  Plus the other things grown on the 'u pick em' farm.
August 4th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:46)8-4-2018
Arizona State Astrophysics Professor Rogier Windhorst discusses the origins of gravity and black holes.  Laser Interferometer Gravitatiional-Wave Observatory in Washington and Louisiana that detect ripples in time and space.  What this facinating and sometimes hard to grasp r...
July 28th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:49)7-28-2018
Jeff from REEis Air Conditioning explains what a Whole Home Energy Audit is and how the procedure works.  A audit is an important step in identifying the conditions in your home which are affecting your family’s health, comfort, safety and energy efficiency. By performing t...
July 28th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:35)7-28-2018
Rosie has a list from the American Inistitute Of Architechs of the most popular things homeowners want in their home.  And listeners have questions too!  Insulation suggestions for a slump block home, hiring an inspector during the process of building a new home, alternative se...
July 28th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:39)7-28-2018
Farmer Greg of The Urban Farm discusses water harvesting.  Ways to turn lack of water into an abundance.  Various methods to collect water to use for your gardens, lawns and trees.  Difference between rainwater and graywater.  Various sources from stormwater, evap cooler wa...
July 28th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:10)7-28-2018
Ray Odom is a legend in Arizona.  Inducted into the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall Of Fame, Ray has had an amazing career.  Broadcaster, promoter and race horse owner, he was the first promoter to bring a young Elvis Presley to Arizona.  As well as country music icons Joh...
July 21st, 2018: Hour 4   (00:40:07)7-21-2018
Bob from Green Valley Cooling & Heating and Steve from Daikin North America spend the hour talking about air conditioning.  How does it work?  What type of maintenance should be done annually to keep it in shape and last longer.  Plus Steve discusses the fastest growing coolin...
July 21st, 2018: Hour 3   (00:38:45)7-21-2018
Cajun dancing, eating crawfish, and the cost of remodeling the bathroom plus the most common trends for it!  Jennifer gets on her soapbox about shady roofers in the area attempting to take advantage of homeowners.  Plus callers with home issues including a homeowner who got est...
July 21st, 2018: Hour 2   (00:37:45)7-21-2018
Jay Harper goes over the 'to-do' list for the garden and thinking ahead to fall planting.  Plants that use more or less water to grow.  And callers with questions about bark beetles and pine trees, keeping a tree from blooming too much, adding sawdust to ice to slow down meltin...
July 21st, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:20)7-21-2018
Random topics include a story of a man who visions building a water pipeline from the Snake River to Lake Mead to help with the drought, events around the state, what's your favorite place to visit in Arizona and DR. SKY from Sedona discusses what to see this month in the dark sk...
July 14th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:40:05)7-14-2018
Isley's Home Service join us for our topic of the month, air conditioning.   How it works, what it takes to keep it in top condition, and how it can improve air quality.  Plus how whole home energy audits can help you get the most efficient system for your home.  Proper duct...
July 14th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:34)7-14-2018
Rosie has some vital tips on avoiding scams for repairing storm damage.  Jennifer gets on her soapbox to warn everyone about roofing scams in the area.  Plus a caller has a problem with a SINGING TOILET!  Bob Ross of Lightning Busters talks about a lightning surge protection...
July 14th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:13)7-14-2018
John Eisenhower of Integrity Tree Service discusses watching out for tree service scams after recent storms.  Plus other tree maintenance like proper staking, trimming and protecting the bark from sunburn.  Plus our Tree Of The Month:  The True Vitex, also known as the Monks...
July 14th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:40:35)7-14-2018
An informative, fun hour about something we can't live without.  Electricity!  Jacob Tetlow, VP Transmission & Distribution of Arizona Public Service (APS), discusses what it is, how its made, and how its managed and distributed to your home.  The origin of electricity goes wa...
July 7th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:30)7-7-2018
Our focus this month is on air conditioning.  Richard Rojo from Trane Air Conditioners details how air conditioners works, seer ratings, compressors, and one of the fastest growing industries 'ductless mini-splits'.  Plus callers have questions about their home A/C units.  ...
July 7th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:26)7-7-2018
Rosie has a list of what can cause water damage during monsoon season and preventative measures you can take before it happens.  Plus caller questions on tile cracking on a part of the floor, roofing issue, energy consumption for a garage refridgerator/freezer, and cool air comi...
July 7th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:36:21)7-7-2018
July is National Watermelon Month!  Julie Murphree of the Arizona Farm Bureauand Charlie Montgomery of Rousseau Farms talk about growing the millions of pounds of watermelon produced, the hundreds of varieties, and the story behind seedless watermelons.  Arizona is one of th...
July 7th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:42)7-7-2018
Dr. Dean of Grand Canyon University discusses some of the unique ways Arizonans celebrated Independence Day.  The roots of the traditional July 4th celebration come from the east coast.  But as the country expanded west, Arizona celebrated in different ways.  Plus the specia...
June 30th, 2018: Hour 4   (00:38:50)6-30-2018
Sandy Cowen of My Life In Order discusses getting your affairs in order no matter what age.  Documenting your wishes for the future, organizing and separating items of monitary value and sentimental value, wills, power of attorney, important documents.  Simply put, making it ...
June 30th, 2018: Hour 3   (00:40:01)6-30-2018
We talk with Joelle Kahn of Tierra Antigua Realty in Tucson about the hot housing market.  Bruce Yacko of Eco-Friendly cleaners Jaws Cleaners (Just Add Water) has a great cleaner for your BBQ pits.  And callers give their input on their power bills connected to the APS R...
June 30th, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:57)6-30-2018
Jay Harper shares some ideas on watering, pesky weed control and pre emergents.  Chelsea McGuire of The Arizona Farm Bureau updates the progress on the new farm bill.  And listener questions about spurge on a lawn, termites in a grapefruit tree, planting a new lawn, watering am...
June 30th, 2018: Hour 1   (00:38:43)6-30-2018
You likely never heard of Vail, Arizona.  But it is ground zero for the history of southern Arizona!  From a population of 500 in 2000 to over 12,000 residents today, JJ Lamb of The Vail Preservation Society discusses the preservation, educating the youth in the town, and an ...
June 23rd, 2018: Hour 4   (00:39:57)6-23-2018
A fast and furious hour of homeowner questions including permits for a gazebo, foundation heave issue, weather stripping, tankless water heater, removing old weed suppression black plastic, home siding and a dripping sound from an air conditioner. A wealth of homeowner info can ...
June 23rd, 2018: Hour 3   (00:39:44)6-23-2018
A fast and furious hour of homeowner questions including permits for a gazebo, foundation heave issue, weather stripping, tankless water heater, removing old weed suppression black plastic, home siding and a dripping sound from an air conditioner. A wealth of homeowner info can ...
June 23rd, 2018: Hour 2   (00:38:44)6-23-2018
Farmer Greg of The Urban Farm provides some great tips on gardening to grow fruits and vegetables.  Observing the space to determine where to plant, watching sun patterns, ingredients for healthy organic soil, how weed are a good thing (to a point) and watering tips and tricks...