Adam deals with some animal issues, and goes on a rant about spiders. He also talks about handy tricks with a nail gun, and why a pitched roof is the way to go.
The first emailer asks Adam how to protect his door trim from being chewed up by the dog. Adam then breaks down the anatomy of a door jamb, and offers a couple suggestions. Next up is an email about a guy with too many spiders, and Adam goes on a rant about their exploding population.
Moving to the phones, Adam talks to a caller about electrical circuits and drilling in can lights. Another caller is having problems with their dog digging under the fence, and Adam offers a very creative solution to the problem. Later a caller wants to know which room to begin his remodeling in, and another is trying to redecorate his dad’s hardboard panels. The show wraps up with Adam giving handy nail gun advice, and explains the benefits of having a pitched roof.
This week’s dialing music contributed by Lawrence Scaduto. Visit his site at lawrencescaduto.com
Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Associate Producers: Matt Fondiler & Gary Smith
Audio/Post-Production/Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Phones/Research: Gary Smith
Technical Director: Chris Laxamana
Web Engineer: Melanie De Jonge