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April 23, 2022

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

Segment 1
12:00
Segment 2
6:54
Segment 3
13:30
Segment 4
6:47

The Urban Farm's Farmer Greg and The Micro Farm Project's Kari Spencer discuss ways to preserve your harvest of fruit and vegetables.

This segment they discuss canning in jars.  The 2 methods of canning, which one to use for high and low acid foods without the need to store in the fridge.

Kari explains botulism.

The National Center For Home Preservation

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

Segment 1
12:07
Segment 2
6:40
Segment 3
6:40
Segment 4
5:28

Bobby Sefarin of Rosie Certifed Mission Hardwood Floor Company discusses everything hardwood floors.

The deal about bamboo flooring.  Its a hardwood!

The evolution of wood flooring in Arizona.

Explains today's method of installing hardwood much different than years ago with lots of layers.  Bobby explains the two layer system with moisture vapor barrier on the slab and glued planks on top.

Mission Hardwood's best sellers of floor.

Discussion of removing and installing a hardwood floor in a remodeling project.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

Segment 1
12:26
Segment 2
6:19
Segment 3
13:08
Segment 4
6:35

Discussion about upcoming events:  Mask Shredding Party, Construction Apprentice Fair with the Diamondbacks, APS new Time Of Use Hours.

More Information About Podcast

4/23/22 (running time 8-11 AM)

8am grass icon 2 Outdoor Living Hour – Urban Farming with Greg Peterson

Urban Farm LogoTune-in to Farmer Greg Peterson of the Urban FarmThis Saturday, we’ll be talking about   #Harvesting&Preserving

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The Benefits of Hardwood Flooring | With all the innovations in flooring, it can be easy to forget that wood floors have been around for centuries. Wood has withstood the test of time as a flooring material. A solid wood floor is more than a covering; it adds strength and stability to the floor system. A one-inch thickness of wood has the same insulating value as fifteen inches of concrete. Wood is durable and long-lasting – occasional sanding and refinishing essentially results in a brand-new floor. The smooth surface of a wood floor does not retain mildew or absorb dust or dirt, therefore, greatly simplifying cleaning while keeping allergens down in your living space…

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Homeowner Topic: Open Lines! 

Got a question? Call In! Chat with Rosie & Romey!

Weekly To-Do Topic: #Hammer&Nail101 – READ MORE>>Hammering a nail sounds pretty straight forward… well, tell that to your smashed thumb! Tune-in and we’ll talk about different techniques for How To Properly & Safely Hammer Nails.

How To Properly & Safely Hammer Nails | #Hammer&Nail101 | READ MORE>>

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