The cold weather is creeping back to the state, just in time for the holidays. So the guys are talking about making sure your fireplace is ready for that first fire and also looking to protect your pipes from the bitter winter.
November brings the holidays, colder temperatures, and more visitors to your bathroom. Today we get your home ready for the influx of visitors and pay some special attention to your bathroom. From leaks, tile, grout, and the wobbly toilet we make sure your bathroom is ready for the holiday traffic.
Every fix does not always go as planned and today's show starts with two repair stories that are sure to make your wallet cringe in fear. Also later the debate between gas and propane makes another appearance on the show.
The fall season brings a new set of home maintenance worries and the handyman hangout wants to ease those worries with advice about your home improvement projects. Also, a listener in need of fire ant removal encourages lots of different methods to get rid of these nuisance insects.
The handyman hangout is always full of home improvement advice and today is no exception. On this episode, we add real estate appraiser Wyatt Roberts into the conversation as he tells us how he places a proper value on properties.
Its the last week in Septemeber and fall season is here. Let's take some time to tackle the little fixes before they become major projects. Also today in the handyman hangout we share tips on unclogging drains and keeping your tools rust free.
Today in the handyman hangout we welcome Shane McLendon from Shane McLendon Builders, LLC. back to the show. We talk about home remodels, ductless a/c units, and take you step by step through a drywall repair.
Many natural disasters leave little time to properly prepare, so it's best to already have a plan. Today in the handyman hangout we discuss tips for hiring a contractor after a storm, important documents you should have, and DIY ways to inspect your home for storm damage.
The man cave is a great place to entertain but your bathroom is one place that gets a lot of action. Let's take a look at your entertainment space and add some DIY touches. Also now is a great time to refresh your bathroom before all the fall guest. The handyman hangout is ready to help.
Today on the program we get a quick visit from Timmy McClendon with A/C Remedies and try to get Jason's ice maker to work. Also, the handyman hangout gives tips for longer lasting appliances and talks air conditioner maintenance.
The handyman hangout is full of timely advice as we approach the end of summer. Jason, Del, and Jeff answer questions about mold, load-bearing walls, and if a spiral staircase is a good idea. Also, the question of flat head vs Philips makes its way into the conversation.
Universal Design is changing the way many aging individuals are staying in their homes and living full lives. With a few modifications, any home can become more accessible to those with physical limitations.
In 2018 having a smart device in your home is easier (and more affordable) than easier. The handyman hangout gives out tips about updating your home and answers your questions about various summer projects.
With heat advisories being issued every day, staying cool during your home improvement projects is a major priority. Today the handyman hangout is full of advice to help stay cool while working and once again ask the age-old question: Which way does the ceiling fan spin during the summer?
This summer you probably want to use more than your ceiling fan to keep cool. Our friend, Timmy McClendon from A/C Remedies is here for your a/c and appliance questions. And you know we can not have an appliance show without the customary ice maker questions.
Home improvement and little fixes don't take summers off and we don't either. Today is an open topic episode and the handyman hangout is full of advice about everything from leaky faucets to repairing floors. Also, Jason gets advice from some listeners about his chomp happy puppy.
The Moore Community House Women in Construction Program is helping meet the industry's demand for a trained workforce. Program director, Julie Kuklinski and Simone Agee join the handyman hangout and talk about the success of the Biloxi based program.