Thank you for visiting Rosie On The House, the online home to Arizona's longest running weekend radio broadcast!
August 15, 2021

7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

Segment 1
(running time 12:45)
Segment 2
(running time 6:50)
Segment 3
(running time 6:50)
Segment 4
(running time 6:56)

We're joined by the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, Jeff Fleetham.

  • The purpose of this organization & how businesses join and why.
  • The number of licensed businesses in the state.
  • Why some businesses have multiple licenses.
  • Searching their website and using their resources to verify businesses are who they say they are.
  • Red flags from contractors to beware of.
  • Why proper licensing with the ROC helps guide you toward reputable companies.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

Segment 1
(running time 11:41)
Segment 2
(running time 6:57)
Segment 3
(running time 13:16)
Segment 4
(running time 6:53)

It's winter now, what should you be doing for your trees? We ask John Eisenhower with Integrity Tree Service! John also brought a guest, Rick Cober with Arid Solutions.

Tree of the Month: The Fan West Ash

  • It's become very poplular and the guys explain why.
  • It handles the cold well and is a vigorous grower.
  • Listen for applications they are right for.

Tips on picking the right tree:

  • Branch placement should be equally placed.
  • Inspect the root flair or trunk flair.

*We discuss planting at proper depth and looking for a good root system on purchased trees.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

Segment 1
(running time 11:55)
Segment 2
(running time 6:50)
Segment 3
(running time 13:33)
Segment 4
(running time 6:42)
  • Romey talks through all of our publications and how you can connect to Rosie On The House.

Our article this week is on the lifespan you should expect out of your appliances:

  • Older units might feel bulletproof, but they don't have all the bells and whistles.
  • Apps that let you see inside your fridge from the store.
  • What does it take to fix all those new bells and whistles?
  • Should you buy the 1st generation of a new feature?
  • Jennifer talks about Guild Quality and how we use it to make sure our contractors are qualified.

We welcome a new partner,  Above & Beyond Pool Remodeling.

Caller:

  • Mary - She needs a new kitchen door and had a recommendation for a fiberglass door. What do we think of it?

Recommendation - We investigate the door and the direction it faces. Fiberglass doors are fairly new to the market and are made to look like wood without all the maintenance. Romey purchased Pella Window & Doors Impervia Fiberglass windows for his home and loves them.  He could also reach out to Freelite Inc.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

Segment 1
(running time 11:54)
Segment 2
(running time 6:41)
Segment 3
(running time 13:10)
Segment 4
(running time 6:39)

Sun Valley Solar Solutions join us to answer your questions and to update listeners on their industry.

  • Net-metering. What it is and why it's important to your bill.
  • Winter is a great time for a solar installation and Kyle explains why.
  • Working with off-peak/onn-peak power.
  • Deciding your goals in buying solar and if it's a good fit.
  • Going solar doesn't mean your completely "Off the Grid."
  • Incentives being offered right now by SRP and APS.

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