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June 9, 2018
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7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

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Talking about some of the stories of the day and Arizona events.

Arizona Game & Fish Canyon Lake Big Horn Sheep Expedition.

Arizona State Parks are open including activities at Kartchner Caverns State Park.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Talkin trees with Integrity Tree Service’s John Eisenhower.

The tree of the month is the Phoenix Datoliphia date palm.  Regal, elegant looking and produce dates.  Different from fan palms.

Integrity Tree Service’s Tree Calendar.  Care for your trees year round.

The palm tree has an interesting  root system anatomy.  One of the reasons it rarely will uproot and blow down in storms.

Time to prepare your trees for monsoon storms.  Trimming, pruning and reducing ‘end weight’ on the outer branches.

Example of ‘end weight’ are seed pods on mesquite and palo verde trees.  Removing them lightens the weight on the branches to prevent uprooting.

CALLER:  Has date palm pigmy plants in pots.  Wants to keep them in pots and told to perforate the bottom for drainage.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Its National Homeowners Month!  You can always find a ton of homeowner information 24/7 at Rosie On The House.com

Rosie discusses avoiding scams and gives an example about radiant barriers.

Talks about a 56,000 square foot home in Los Angeles, 7 staff & 7 family bedrooms for sale priced at 175 MILLION DOLLARS!

Rosie gushes over his new favorite door knob made by Brinks Security.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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The topic of the hour is OUT-sulation.  What about putting rigid foam boards on the exterior of your home and spreading stucco over that? You may have heard the term “out-sulation” and maybe you wonder if that’s the answer.

CALLER:  Has O’Hagen vents on a tile roof.  Underneath the dents, the insulation is blown all over and wants to know how to re-spread the insulation.

Rosie note about attic insulation:  Disturbing just 5% of a perfectly insulated attic can reduce its efficiency by 50%.

Using attic fans to remove heat doesn’t work.  Rosie explains.

OUT-sulation For Your Home (running time 7-11AM)

Start your mornings off with Rosie on the House as we talk about interesting people, places, and things around Arizona! Tune-in to find out something new and interesting – sponsored by our friends at Sanderson Ford!


Outdoor Living Hour – Talking Trees with John EisenhowerJohn Eisenhower with Integrity Tree Service joins us to talk about all things trees including how you can prepare your trees for Monsoon Season. With high winds and storms on their way, you’ll want to #MonsoonPrep.


Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!
The lines, email and text are open for your DIY questions! Plus in honor of National Homeowner Month we will have our newest Rosie on the House Certified Partner John Gluch of Gluch Group on answering any real estate questions you may have!Call: 1-888-767-4348Text: 411-923 (During Broadcast Only)Emailinfo@rosieonthehouse.com


Homeowner Topic: Out-sulation
Are you starting to notice that it’s getting harder to keep your house cool? Tune into Rosie on the House and learn different ways you can insulate your home to prevent hot summer air from seeping into your home! Learn what to look for in your windows and doors to make sure they are keeping your home as cool as possible. Also, discover an easy do-it-yourself project that can help prevent hot air from getting in around your electrical outlets.

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