Joe and Allan start out with a salute to the saw horse then get distracted by a new 14,000 pound 18 foot across from handle to handle frying pan by the Lodge Cast Iron Company. Next, they talk winter roofing with Jay Hill from Big M Roofing. They stay with winter issues as they cover water keys, water shut offs, and frozen pipes. They wrap up with how much fun it is to restore old furniture.
Joe and Allan start off with a salute to wood stains, then they are joined by Mike Serapholian from Tri-State Interiors to talk about remodeling the bathroom or the kitchen. Later, Judith Bell, Empowerment Agent, joins the guys to talk about the Vesta Home Shows and the state of the current real estate market.
Joe and Allan salute indoor showers and take a short history trip on the topic of being clean. Next, the guys try to unravel the world of futures purchasing and lumber prices. Then, they take on what industry in space might be like. Joe heads back to Earth with the benefits of 320 grit sandpaper and they wrap up with Allan’s “encounter of the opossum kind”.
Joe and Allan salute the wonders of Lego toys and get to interview Dan The Lego Man. Jay Hill from Big M Roofing stops by for a slice of birthday cake and to hand out some roof care advice. Allan explains about the advances in enzymes and other biologicals to keeping your plumbing in good working order. They wrap up by discussing the lighting in your home from candles and lamps to the new uses for LED technologies.
Joe and Allan are joined by Brandon from Geek Tank Radio. They start off with a salute to the circuit breaker and a reminder to check on your external grounding wire. They cover recycling plastics into pavers and building bricks that are stronger than concrete. Then, they dive into the trials and tribulations of holiday decorating including when critters get in on the action. Finally, Max leads the discussion on the repair art of Kentsugi, where the repair is highlighted not hidden.
Joe and Allan start off by discussing the history of the modern kitchen with Mike Sarafolean from Tri-State Interiors. They even find out what the kitchen triangle layout is all about. Then, they are joined by Larry Brown with Brown Refrigeration and they have a timely talk about your home’s heating system and using uv-c to clean your air.
Joe, Allan, and Max dive straight into the uses of the dimmer switch and tackle heirloom gardening and why old stuff is new again. Max leads a discussion about the possible uses of the “Bagdad Battery” from history, then the guys are joined by interior designer Meredith Fernandez as they talk about what it takes to build and furnish a showcase home in this year’s Vesta Home Show.