Tool Talk Radio: 5.07.2022: From Scissors to Amps on the Breaker

Joe and Allan start out with a salute scissors and cutting throughout history. In Critter Wars, be careful, lots of critters are leaving the nest and getting into trouble. Next, the guys launch into why the proper rating on a breaker is so important. Joe gets into the perils of expanding foam and the advantagesContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 5.07.2022: From Scissors to Amps on the Breaker”

Tool Talk Radio: 4.30.2022: From USB Cord Overload to Painting Without a Drop Cloth

Joe, Allan, and Max start the show off with a salute to the doghouse. They follow up with USB cord overload in your home office and what else may happen in the house of the future. There is a cautionary tale about roller painting without a drop cloth and the guys wrap it all upContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 4.30.2022: From USB Cord Overload to Painting Without a Drop Cloth”

Tool Talk Radio: 4.23.2022: From Battery Powered Tools to Wildlife Bridges

Joe and Allan get things rolling with a salute to weather stripping then followed up on recycling plastics. There are a couple of cautionary tales about how not to install a closet light and properly using flashing. Joe keeps buying new battery powered tools, then beware what may be lurking underground. The guys wrap upContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 4.23.2022: From Battery Powered Tools to Wildlife Bridges”

Tool Talk Radio: 4.16.2022: Repurposing to Critter Wars

Joe and Allan start off with a salute to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. We are off to a good start with lots of room for improvement. Next, they are joined by Jay Hill from Big M Roofing and Renovations for a conversation about navigating the process of replacing your roof. Allan and Joe take differentContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 4.16.2022: Repurposing to Critter Wars”

Tool Talk Radio: 4.09.2022: From Grinding Wheels to Exploding Toilets

Joe and Allan start off with a salute to the grinding stone. Next, it is time to check for house and yard for nests that may be in a bad place. A caller needs help with a loose leg on an antique table followed by another caller with a cautionary tale of strong drain cleanersContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 4.09.2022: From Grinding Wheels to Exploding Toilets”

Tool Talk Radio: 4.02.2022: Leaks and Tree Roots

Joe and Allan get to work talking about how the temperature swings over the last few weeks can result in slow drips around the house or even root invasions into your plumbing. Larry Brown from Brown Refrigeration stopped by Joe’s house and has some advice for home owners with homes that are older. Cindy WilliamsContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 4.02.2022: Leaks and Tree Roots”

Tool Talk Radio: 3.26.2022: Live From MidSouthCon 38

Joe and Allan broadcast on location from MidSouthCon 38. The guys start off with a salute to the paint brush and a bit of its history. Then the guys chat about setting up and maintaining displays and collections. Since they are out on location, they give the listeners a peek behind what it takes toContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 3.26.2022: Live From MidSouthCon 38”

Tool Talk Radio: 3.19.2022: Hot Water Tanks to Critter Wars

Joe and Allan salute the hot water heater and discuss its past, present, and future. In Critter Wars, we find out the new invasive species called the joro spider and Joe has squirrels fighting back. The guys are joined by Bobbi Wilkerson from Shelf Genie and they chat about organizing your kitchen, pantry, and bathroom.

Tool Talk Radio: 3.12.2022: Cinder Blocks and Barndominiums

Joe and Allan start off with a salute to air compressors, from primitive air bladders to modern equipment. Cinder blocks are still a topic as they answer a few questions and comments from last week. The new building style called barndominiums is next to be explored. They wrap up with drainage dilemmas.

Tool Talk Radio: 3.05.2022: Pickup Trucks and Lasers

Joe and Allan start off with a salute to the pickup truck. Then, lasers are making their way into more and more tool categories. Joe has a job involving lots of cinder blocks, so they get into the pros, cons, uses, and short comings of that building material. Max has a deep cut about beingContinue reading “Tool Talk Radio: 3.05.2022: Pickup Trucks and Lasers”