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August 5, 2021


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Tip of the week: This is the perfect time of the year…..just plant something!!! Put together a game plan and talk to a specialist so you know you’ll be happy.

*Cheryl Goar with the Arizona Nursery Association.

*Right now is the time to transition from winter to summer lawn. Take the right steps for a happy and green summer yard.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Talking Easy Turf with Mark Gabbard from Sunburst Landscaping.

  • What synthetic grass is made of and what’s the perfect application?
  • Grass won’t grow in shaded areas?
  • This is not outdoor carpet!! Learn the differences.
  • Make sure you know where your product is made. American made standards are much higher than other countries.
  • Verify warranties are legitimate.

Your synthetic lawn should last 15-20 years.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Live at the Arizona State Fairgrounds for the Big Maricopa County Home and Landscape Show.

Mother’s Day is coming!!! Romey restoration project for his wife, Amanda. Restoring a rocking chair at Irwin’s Furniture Restoration.

We’re talking appliances!  Innovations, common problems and how long should they last?

What does an appliance repair technician have to say about new appliances?? Chad from Frost Appliance recommendations.

  • Whirlpool is his favorite brand!
  • General rule – the more expensive the brand, the harder it is to find parts.
  • The more bells and whistles, the more expensive and generally have a shorter life.

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