Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Outdoor Living Hour - Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm Bureau
On The House Hour: Visit Arizona's Stunning Places of Worship During the Renewal of Spring
This week Rosie on the House staff and many of our listeners and readers are celebrating Easter or Passover. Arizona has a rich history of varying religious denominations. Let's take a look at some of our oldest and architecturally stunning places of worship in Arizona...
Homeowner Topic: Open Home!
Weekly To-Do Topic: Practice #WaterSafety | Tune-in at 10AM! We'll be talking pool and water safety. It's been getting warmer and warmer and the pool is calling our name!
Julie Murphree of the Arizona Farm Bureau talking Farm Fresh Pork! Guests are Shannon Schultz of Schultz Farms and Kevin Rogers of Rogers Brothers. They discuss their background.
How 4-H and Future Farms Of America help kids learn more than the financial aspects off their prized pigs. It teaches life lessons. Learning great people skills. Animal care teaches skills in raising a family. And creating a network of friends.
Nutritional and heart healthy benefits of pork! Advantages of BBQ and grilling pork. Especially pulled pork and slaw!
We explain the Cajun tradition of a Cochon de Lait.
Pork production's carbon footprint: Producers effort to protect the enviroment. Plus how technology has advanced to produce more pork while staying enviromentally friendly.
The truth about pigs: intelligent, the real reason they like to roll in the mud and love to play.
After looking at the virtual auction on line, Carol asks what is the difference between a $5000 and a $500 pig? Marketing!! They explain.
Update on the cost of materials for a remodel compared to last year.
Easter Weekend. We look at some of the most incredible architecture and historical places of worship.
Chauncey Meyer of Chauncey Meyer Architects discusses his involvement with the design and construction of Mary Undoer Of Knots shrine on Mount Lemmon in Tucson. Breathtaking works of art and painted dome of the Byzantine Catholic faith. The craftsmanship along will amaze you!
Chauncy talks about how an architect from Tucson ended up with a commission to build Mary Undoer Of Knots shire. Starting with how he got to Arizona and his background.
Chauncy discusses his favorite type of work and why he likes it so much. And his current work in Winterhaven.
CALLER: Bought a new build home a year ago built by a national home builder. Did the one year warranty walk thru. He's can never get some of the work done properly before the warranty was up. Like doors falling of their tracks.
CALLER: Recaulking the bottom of a tile shower. Scraped out the old caulk. As they stepped on the tile to put in new caulk, they could hear some gurggling. There's water under the floor pan.
We discuss more of the places of worship in Arizona with historical and architectual look.
First Christian Church on 7th Avenue in Phoenix was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright as one of the 10 best churches in America.
CALLER (not air): They have a west facing window and wants to know if installing Magentite Windows will help in cooling down that room. And other suggestions on energy efficiency.
CALLER (not aired): Putting the molding back on his cabinets. Suggestion for a good glue?
Rosie mentions CA Glue (Cyanoacrylate Adhesives)
Joe Alfrey discusses the Simple Sence Water Leak & Freeze Detector. An easy, reliable and inexpensive way to detect and alert you if a leak is occuring. No limit to the amount of devices you can use. No accounts to sign up, no subscription fees and no limit to alerts.
CALLER: Installed new quartz countertop a year ago. Noticed some discoloration around the sink area and if they spill something, they need to wipe it up fast. Is this unusual for a quartz countertop?
Rosie explains the white buildup on block walls called efflorescence and how to remove it. Suggests a primer paint for masonery called EFF-STOP from Dunn Edwards Paints.
CALLER: Owns a 1978 home with copper plumbing. Discovered a slab leak when she walked on the tile floor and it was really hot from the hot water line. Is there some sort of detection device that can detect possible leaks in the future?
Weekly To Do on Water Safety! We touch on some of the things to prevent drownings in our BLOG.
A listener letter loves the Rosie On The House.com DIY projects in the past. As he gets older will rely on the referral network. Which led to a Rosie story.
Takeaways from today's show!