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May 15, 2021
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8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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May is the time to start transitioning to summer lawns (bermuda grass).

Mowing shorter, cutting back on watering winter grass (rye).  Begin dethatching and aerating the lawn.  Marking your sprinkler heads to keep from damaging them.  

Benefits of dethatching.  Careful not to churn up dirt.  Advantages of an aerating machine to make holes for air space, root growth and nutrients.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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David Byrne of Green ID discusses your air conditioner thermostats!

First a basic understanding of your system.  What is a return and why its the easiest maintenance to extend the life of your unit.  What is your supply (or register)?   The function of the condenser and evaporator.

David explains the placement of the thermostat is important to detect the exact temperature you desire for comfort.

Explains The Approach Method to check unit performance.  A 15-20 degree split between the air in and out.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Rosie tells the story of ordering a dresser drawer and having to assemble it.

CALLER:  Home built in 1982, 1400 square feet, block stucco facing east/west.  Home energy audit showed leaks in the metal air ducts.  Looking at replacing with insulated flex hose

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Outdoor Living Hour – Notes from the Nursery

Rosie on the House Nursery Notes

Notes From the Nursery with Jay Harper! Looking to transition your lawn into summer? Jay has the methods to get it started including proper irrigation management. Summer flowers, melons, nightshade vegetables, plus plants that attract pollinators. #SummerLawnCare

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On The House Topic: Proper Thermostat Placement Is Key To Accurate Readings

Green ID logoGetting an accurate temperature reading is critical to keeping your home at the comfort level you desire. The placement of the thermostat determines how accurate that reading is. Your home’s thermostat is the headquarters for maintaining comfortable room temperatures. The thermostat records the temperature of your home, particularly the room in which it is placed, and uses that information to determine whether the heating and cooling system needs to kick on. Follow these rules provided by Rosie on the House Certified Partner, Green ID, and avoid inaccurate temperature readings…

Weekly Blog Article

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Homeowner Topic: Open Home! 

Chat with Rosie & Romey! Got a Question? Call in!

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Weekly To-Do Topic: #PurposefulEnergySpending | Tune-In! We’ll help you understand the SEER Rating of your air conditioner with TRANE Comfort Specialists Jeff Carmichael of REEis Air Conditioning a Rosie On The House Certified Partner.

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