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August 5, 2021
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Broadcasting from the Pella Windows & Doors Factory in Pella, Iowa!!
Gardening Tips of the Week:

  1. It is time to make sure your ready for summer.
  2. Make sure your watering systems are set correctly.
  3. It’s time to get those summer plants in and established before the heat really hits.
  4. Lawns should be switched over.


  • Laura – Putting in a new garden in metal cattle/water troughs. Does she need to put drainage holes in the bottom.

Recommendation – Yes, and she doesn’t need to fill the entire trough with soil either.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Pella, Iowa is a beautiful Midwest town with a population around 10,000.  Home to the annual Tulip Festival and the historic Vermeer Mill which still grinds wheat into flour using only wind power.  It’s the tallest working windmill in the United States!

Guest Interview:

  • Kathy Krafka Harkema of Pella Windows & Doors.


  • John – He has a possible leak around his sliding glass door.

Recommendation: Probably has some bad flashing around the door. Call Lyons Roofing to investigate.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Signup to win the Sanderson Ford Arizona StayCation Package!

A special thanks to the Cerreta Candy Company for giving a lucky listener a basket of candy and chocolates.

Rosie talks about what it takes to be “Rosie Certified”

Learn about the extensive research and development that goes into a window and door.

  • Sanderson Ford

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