Fix It 101
Fix It 101 | Fire Water
Pam Pybas found something really unique inside the attic of a home during a recent inspection. It's called a fire grenade and is an old-fashioned form of home fire suppressant. (SImilar to the cover photo) The good news is that these are highly collectible antiques. The bad news is that it could be filled with a highly volatile solvent. Or it could be saltwater. Either way, the handyman hangout keeps their cool and tackles another round of home improvement questions including leaking chimneys, standing water, and more. Let's work!
Fix It 101 | Pouring Concrete
When Jeff is out of the studio it is the perfect time for Pam and Jason to mess with him. So while Jeff is on a worksite pouring concrete, they call him out on a few of his advice suggestions while answering another round of home improvement questions.
Fix It 101 | Summer Shimmy
High temps, scattered showers, and extended daylight are all signs that summer is here. And if you can believe it July 4th is this weekend.So if you have a DIY project on your summer to-do list now is the time to jump on it.Pam, Jeff, and Jason are here for another round of home improvement and DIY advice.
Fix It 101 | Universal Design
Jeff Salmons used the escalator as a really simple way to explain the concept of universal design. During this episode of Fix It 101, he states that an escalator is a great tool that anyone can use, but some people have to use it. Universal design is all about making things available so it can be experienced equally by people of various sizes, ages, and abilities. Between home improvement advice Pam, Jeff, and Jason explore more about this concept and how it can be applied easily in your home.
Fix It 101 | Windows First
Fix It 101 is here for all opinions when it comes to home improvement and the proper way of doing things. Even among our hosts, there is no set way of handling business. Pam and Jeff get into a spat over the proper way to place gutters on your home and home warranty issues are giving one of today's callers a real headache. Also during the show, they help with issues ranging from a noisy water hammer to the proper way to paint soffit. Let's work!
Fix It 101 | Busy Summer
Now that summer vacation has started for kids around the state the Fix It 101 crew has some home improvement projects to keep them engaged and busy all summer long. Also if you have some PVC piping laying around we have a few ideas of how to put it to great use.And as always Pam, Jeff, and Jason answer another round of home improvement questions. From the roof to the plumbing this edition of Fix It 101 covers it all. Let's work!
Fix It 101 | Reunited And Its Feels Better Than Zoom
In this episode of Fix It 101, you can really feel the energy with all three hosts in the same studio. This is the first time Jason, Jeff, and Pam have been in the same room in over a year! And they really pick up where they left off last March. Zoom and Skype show have been nice but there is no substitute for face-to-face conversation and laughs. Between helping with your Pre-Memorial Day projects, Jeff talks about the effects of high lumber prices on new home construction, and Pam shares what she did with some recycled wood around her home. Let's work!
Fix It 101 | It's Electric
Today we welcome Master Electrician Georgia Everett from Everett Electrical to talk about your home’s electrical connections.
Fix It 101 | Pam, Shane, and The Remodel
Contractor Shane McLendon was one of the first few guests on Fix it 101 and always is the first call to fill in when someone is out. Today Shane steps up again while Jeff Salmons is out and shares his advice for a kitchen remodel, including the do's and dont's, for your average homeowner tackling a kitchen remodel. Along with Pam and Jason sharing their stories of recent fixes and kitchen remodels of yesteryear, another Fix It 101 podcast is here for you. Let's work!