All posts tagged "water"
Why World Water Day Matters
In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly designated March 22 as the first World Water Day. Consider the following facts – some wondrous, some disconcerting, all eye-opening. There is about 332,500,000 cubic miles of it on earth...
- Posted March 24, 2018
Show Notes: Fall Must Do’s 1 & 2
Fall home check-up time is upon us. Start your home check-up with the furnace, after that, your fireplace. Beat the “furnace is out rush” by making these inspections now. Thank you to our guest, Jeff Kenkelen, with...
- Posted September 24, 2017
Show Notes: Pressure Washers and Water Heaters
If it’s cleaning up the concrete walkways and bricks after a wet winter or getting ready to paint your home, a pressure washer is a “must have” for DIYer’s. Got hot water? If the answer is no, we have...
- Posted April 22, 2017
Tip of the Day: Water Hammer
Here is one quick, money-saving tip that will help you fix up and improve your home. All from the award-winning On The House Tip of the Day. http://www.onthehouse.com/tip_audio/2017/2017-01-26.mp3
- Posted January 26, 2017
Water Heaters: A Hot Revelation
Our nephew Chris is 22 years old and studying Spanish in Santiago, Chile. Chris lives with a Chilean family where he sleeps in a makeshift bedroom – a small section of the laundry cordoned off by a...
- Posted November 16, 2016
Tip of the Day: Don’t Drink The Hose Water!
Here is one quick, money-saving tip that will help you fix up and improve your home. All from the award-winning On The House Tip of the Day.
- Posted September 2, 2016
Swimming Pools: Short In Pool Light?
Q. I apparently have a short in my under water pool light. The GFI circuit breaker keeps tripping when I try to turn the light on. The light itself appears okay. Any suggestions on trouble shooting it?...
- Posted May 19, 2016
Lawnmower Tips For Your Yard
If you haven’t already run your lawnmower at least once this season you soon will. Yep, it’s that time of year again – Spring has sprung and lawns are sprouting! No matter which tool it is, when...
- Posted May 2, 2016
Garden Hose 101
Let’s get right to the point. Here’s Garden Hose 101: Garden hoses are available in three basic lengths: 25 feet, 50 feet and 100 feet — with the most popular length being the 50-footer. Yes, they are...
- Posted March 12, 2016
Don’t Get Bugged Gardening
As Californians we love this time of year. The warm weather is perfect for planting fresh herbs, vegetables (tomatoes and zucchini are our favorites) and an array of beautiful flowers. Rich, black soil properly prepared usually results...
- Posted March 11, 2016