Joe and Allan start off with a salute to the rubber mallet then they wonder just how does Roman concrete last so long. Jay Hill from Big M Roofing drops by to answer questions about roof repairs and the claims process. Next, Joe wants to know if zero footprint mechanical energy is possible and if our batteries today can handle the challenge. Finally, Joe gets amazed by the emergence of tripos shrimp and other critters.
Joe and Allan start off with a salute to “Bondo”. Mike with Interstate Interiors and Justin with First Call Claims drop by to explain the claims process in the event of a home disaster. Then, Larry Brown gives us a snapshot of how the HVAC business is overcoming logistical issues. They wrap up the show with fall mushrooms and Halloween decorating mishaps.
Joe and Allan salute the automatic garage door opener. Then, they dive into the 2021 Lexus Design Award and the winning skylight that makes fresh drinkable water. Next, it is time to find out just how white can a paint really get and could it help cool your house. Max starts a conversation about the architectural style known as Brutalism. Brand Olmstead jumps in to talk about proper food disposer installation and a few Halloween decorating cautionary tales.
Joe and Allan are broadcasting on location from the 33rd Cooper-Young Festival in the heart of Memphis, TN. The guys start out with a brief history of the “A” frame ladder. Next, they get into the topic of project flexibility which leads into “everything old is new again” as they discuss the changes taking place in the materials and techniques in the construction and renovation business. Kelly Cruise from Weichert Realty Benchmark drops by to cover the state of real estate today.
Allan and Brandon get into a conversation about the changing seasons and few steps you should be taking now to keep everything in good working order. Then, they launch into making your house more pet friendly. Better protection for them and less work in the long run for you.
Joe and Allan kick things off with tales of backyard landscaping and blueberry bushes. Can you imagine not having a tape measure? 3D printers are moving into everything. The guys wind up with some weather preparation advice.
Joe and Allan dive into the origins and uses for fiberglass. Then they talk about the questions you need to ask yourself before you try gardening or landscaping. Weichert Realtors Benchmark stops by to give advice on how to win your real estate bid for a new house.
Joe and Allan start out with liquid sand paper and work their way into water detection, home safety, leak detection, and smart home systems. Then they are joined by Larry Brown and get a lesson on the history of air conditioning and get a few tips on keeping the air conditioner in good shape.
Joe and Allan dive into the discoveries of the space program and how soon will they land at a hardware store near you. They also talk about the blending of old building techniques and purposes with today’s new fiber, insulation, glass, and battery technologies.
Joe and Allan have an unconventional show covering million dollar ideas about wall color and décor, the history of Joe’s house, and critter war updates. Jay Hall from Big M Roofing hands out plenty of advice about keeping that roof in good shape and what to do if it isn’t then Rick Bowman and Kelly Cruise from Weichert Realty Benchmark weigh in on the housing market in the Mid-South.