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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Here's the Wind three team leader Bob Zach Mayer. Good morning, and we are back in the studio. And in case you missed it at the tail end of the last segment. Um, the conference in Tucson where you can learn how to become the bank. Learn to earn get mailbox money every single month. I mean, you hear Garrett Lewis, talk about this all the time. Um, he's doing it. You can do it. There's hundreds of people in Tucson that I've showed how to do this. There's um tens of thousands of people nationally that I've shown at conferences for the last 10 years and also who have purchased my book on Amazon who needs the bank. And this is how to become the bank. But you can learn it first hand right here in Tucson and actually meet other people locally, who are already doing what, Um You know what you want to do? Perhaps, And that is to earn 25 to 30 times more. Then you make so learn how to earn Go to note. Business builder dot com. That's note business builder dot com. Use the code Radio R A D I O And you will get that conference for $100 a chair. So if there's two of you would be $200, but I mean, it's costing that much just to get the venue and and I mean, this information is free. And all by the way, 100% of everything that I've taken in on this conference for 12 years has been donated to the Make a Wish Foundation. We're over a half million dollars raised your you know, to date on 11 conferences. Almost 550,000 actually is what we've taken in I'm this year. I do anticipate a much lower turnout. If you are concerned about coronavirus, there will be plenty of space for social distancing, but we will also have the option at the same price. To watch it on a zoom call and actually own the recording. So, um, anyway, note business builder dot com, uh, type in the code radio. When you go to check out, it'll knock the price down. To $100 per person, and again that all goes to charity. So, um, we have Jerry home, and it's a very unique property. When when, when we look. A lot of people live and die by dollars per square foot. So you get Mohammed. How many dollars A foot is this? Well, The problem with dollars per square foot is that it doesn't include garages. It doesn't include acreage. It doesn't include pools or other amenities. And it doesn't include deck covered deck space. So we have a home up in the foothills. It's at 28 61. All right. I'm sorry. It's 2800 and 61 Square feet, And it is at 603 to North Camino Aries pay That's like Arizona. A R I Z but then a p Like Paul E. Um, I'm going to be there today between noon and two. And anybody wants to come hopefully to come Look at the home. But if you want a free copy of my book who needs the bank? I will be there. And handing them out to the people that come by. But what makes us home unique. Is it has 1600 square feet of covered outside deck space 1600 that's bigger than a lot of houses. And But so if you're an entertainer, if you like, you know being outside, but not in the sun, but in the shade And this week gave us a taste of why people live in Arizona. Beautiful, beautiful, Cool mornings. So this is on an acre, Almost an anchor 0.8 Acre, very, very private. Like and like I say, just just covered deck space. Very large rooms. Um, it's an awesome home. You can go look it up. Uh, 603 to North Camino Aries pay with a peak. A R I z pe. Um and again I will be there with my wife, Camille. From noon to two o'clock today Sunday, so hope to see you there. Jerry. I'm one more article that I wanted to read. And this is a comical article This has written on September 8th by a guy named Logan, Monta Shami and He is kind of poking fun at all The doom and gloom. Ear's out there about the coronavirus going to crash the housing market. And, he says, back in April, when Covid 19 data on unemployment numbers were at their worst, the housing bubble boys Had a halfway legitimate 2020 housing market crashed thesis. If unemployment rates had stayed between 20 and 30%, the economic damage to the homeowners would have been epic. This could have led to a rapid increase in inventory on the market, which would have crashed home prices as demand collapsed. That didn't happen, of course. Instead, the U. S housing market has been the best performing economic sector in the world during the pandemic. This alone should make you question those ridiculous bubble boy websites, the trolling Facebook friends and those YouTube videos of the same ilk. Kind of you can tell he doesn't like them. Um there's one problem with the forbearance housing market Crash brothers. That they have now jobs are coming back. Only during the great Depression of the 19 thirties was the unemployment rate more heartbreakingly bleak than it is now during the coronavirus recession. Although methods of measurement have not been as as sophisticated back then as they are now. The unemployment rate was estimated to have reached as high as 25% during the Great Depression, and there were 15 Million Americans unemployed in 1933. In April of 2020. Our employment rate reached 14.7%. Currently the total unemployed rate in the United States 8.4. So that's encouraging. We're back to single digit unemployment. Um and keep in mind that full employment is deemed to be 95%. So 5% is normal unemployment. The fact that we're at 88.4 with all the restaurants and and retail shopping spaces and things that have been closed and gone, gone under. I mean, that's amazingly.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"24 hour newsroom. I'm Michael Kroger, thereby am 6 40. Conway shown. Just look this up just for the fun of it. They were there was a story that came out of Bakersfield. About the people live in Bakersfield. How is exploding and growing and becoming a huge city? That's true. If you're if you've driven through Bakersfield lately, it's becoming a massive Place for people to get out of LA a a place we can raise your kids and get a good price on a house with a pool and a nice neighborhood. There's a house in Bakersfield for $3.5 million. Come on. That's Bakersfield, Bakersfield for $3.5 million You could buy Bakersfield. This house is 18,000 Square feet. Oh, my God. 18,000 square feet, but only four Bedrooms and eight bathrooms on an acre. It looks like a palace. I mean, there's three or four different pools. The driveway looks like like something out of Caesar's Palace. But it's 3.5 acres, million dollars. I think you can enjoy Bakersfield with an 18,000 square foot home. That's incredible. That's that's How do you need a house that big and Bakersfield by the way for people thinking of, Maybe they're going to get a house that big and Bakersfield the unless you have a lot of solar Uh, your air conditioning bill is going to be four or $5000. A month in the summer X just bought a house in Pahrump. It's harder than hell out there. Oh my God. She and like like you were saying she's the housing market so tough that she ended up paying for the same How same amount that she was looking for in Vegas, But with this house in Pahrump, it's like Almost 8000 square feet. Wow, Is that right? Bedroom? It's got one of those, Uh, great. One of those, uh, which called the little side houses for for the in laws or whatever they're called. Oh, yeah. What are those things called the God around Like a, uh Not a widow's, uh, something like that. Yeah, It's like a mother in law. Yeah, Whatever. What is that called? They're like Little house sits next to it. Mothers. Uh, stuff. Your mother in there. It's it's called Mother suffered apartment or something like that. Right? Sweet, But there's another name for it to that. I think you're thinking of, but, yeah, she's Yeah, like almost 8000 square feet. It's got like, seven bedroom, another house on the side, and she got it. Indecent price. I mean, like, a really good price, because it's preemptive. Add a I know. But then look where you are, You know? I mean, you gotta You know, every time you walk outside ago, Okay. Like you said, you better get out of solar. Yeah, but you can buy a beautiful house in in basic field casino. Okay? Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, That's right. That's right. But you can buy a beautiful house in Bakersfield. You know if you haven't No luck, you know, in Los Angeles. And you just want to, you know, Get out for three for less than $300,000. You can buy a beautiful home. Um, you know, if that's uh you know the way you want to go there. The schools are cool. Right? So maybe that's the way to go. But for $300,000, you can get a nice home. Are there a lot of young people in Bakersfield? I think so. I think so. Yeah, I think a lot of first time Homebuyers. Mm. You're smiling when you say that? Well, there are some older there's some older folk out there as well. But I think that people have been priced out of L. A Are moving to Bakersfield and you know nice place to raise the kids little warm in the summer cold the winter. And when that wind, so it's blowing. You better be prepared for it, man because it does come through there. You know, the first time I went to Bakersfield like there's a lot of really nice places out there a lot of new a lot of new development and then a lot of old like farm houses that are just beautiful, but There's this trip that I go on every every year along the current with a group of friends and the first time um, that I drove out there. I had to go through Bakersfield to, you know, head out towards the current So the first thing I see when I get off the freeway and I drive into Bakersfield, I looked to my right and there's this guy and he just bends over and hurls like, Welcome to Bakersfield. All right, great. That's always fun. When you're you're eating RBS while driving, and you see that he's like, Oh, okay. Well, sometimes with the French dip, Thanks. Um, but for a little I mean, look, you can buy a house. Out there. For like 280 grand, three bedroom, two bath 1600 Square feet. That is, uh, you know, that's a decent house, you know, at decent starter house. And you may fall in love with it and raise the family out there. A lot of people do that. You know, Bakersfield is not what it was 20 years ago. There's a lot of people out there. Uh, a lot of the farmland has been chewed up by these new home tract homes that have been put out there and as long again as long as you can deal with that heat. In the summer, and I'm not talking about you know, two weeks in August, I'm talking about May, June, July, August, September, October and a little bit of November. Yeah, I was just thinking because we did a story yesterday about how it's been record heat this year than ever the and recorded temperatures and I just kept thinking, when have we had a real just A nice, just cool kind of day. When's the last time? It's been literally months and I can't do it drives me insane. Every day. I want to go out and do something, and I can't because I'll die five minutes in. I know I I I've got to clean out our garage and I mean to do it every day and I walk out there and I want to pass out. So I got to wait. And then I said Okay, I'll do it at night when I get home, and I'm too tired to do it at night is too loud. So I wait for the weekend. And the only time I can do it on the weekends is between like seven PM and nine PM Yeah, right. You know, it's jazz school enough to get in there and to late that you you need to be inside because a couple exactly throw some crap away. I put my you know, in the mornings when I get up. And ah, I I put the dog outside to do his little business and put his water and food out there so we can eat and drink and all that stuff and normally is out there for a little bit. It has been so hot. The last couple days he goes. The bathroom doesn't touch the food doesn't touch the water and just stands at the glass door wants back in immediately. That's great. Yeah, we set a timer when we put our dogs out because I don't want to forget him out. Right? Right. So make noise or anything. Well, they if they do scratch at the door, sometimes you can't hear it, but I put a timer on for 10. Minutes and check on him because You know, I could..

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You're in it. I respectfully exited. I didn't want to put them in an awkward situation where they had to kick me out. What a giver. But Reggie John Page did offer a little hope that he may pop up in the series. Okay. What? I don't know. I just feel like that was he offered a lot there and gave us nothing. Well, yeah, I left the group chat, and I might show up in this. Like, Okay. Great. Uh, you know what that strikes me as it's similar to people when they're like, I'm going to take them time off of social media. And then they tell you like for paragraph why, and you're like, right? I think that's probably a good idea. Yeah, Good idea. I don't got to read this paragraph. Uh, no, I don't know. I wish all the best. Yes. Breggin page. I mean, he's trying to stay hot. I imagine he's trying to, you know? Mm hmm. Make himself um, as worthwhile as humanly possible to the people who are making decisions. And that seems like probably a good strategy. Word on the street set Reggie John pages in consideration to be the next James Bond. I would be fine with that. Yeah, I would be able to bond with that. Okay. Okay. Thank you. Yes, Moving on from that. Jamie Spears, Jamie Spears. Britney Spears. His dad Jamie Spears has filed to end Britney's conservatorship after 13 years. Y'all This is fishy. Yes. So Jamie is saying his sudden change of heart as a result of recent events relating to the conservatorship. Through an attorney, Jamie is indicating that Britney's circumstances have changed to such an extent that grounds for establishment of a conservatorship may no longer exist. Mm Yeah. So, in other words, I don't want the heat to be on me. I'm being Jamie Spears right now. I don't want the heat to be on me for all of the things that have gone wrong with this conservatorship, So I'm just gonna like there's nothing to see here. Nothing to see here. Y'all need to do to to do did it. The heat is on Bradley do that dance. The heat is off. Um, it's a home street. Finally Jonathan Shavon has sold his sky house home for 2.5 million. Sorry, I'm sorry. What is his name? Hopeful. God. Thank you. I was so confused that sorry. We haven't heard anything out of him in a while. That's a fun update. Tell me more about his sky house. Yes. Uh, well, sky help like the Jetsons. No. Okay. I believe that's the building. It's called Sky House looking Sky holes, Sky House condominium, So he sold that for $2.5 million 2.5 bedrooms, 1600 Square feet, Okay. I mean, yeah. So this is a real estate deal. This is a real estate real deal. Because food God is relocating to Florida. Okay, well, good. They don't have to pay taxes there some dumb thing right in Florida. Yeah. State? Yeah, and, uh, Income tax. I think I don't know. What do I know? Yeah. State income tax. Okay, That's all the dirt this hour and all your real estate now. Oh, go on to my talk one of 71 dot com for entertainment. Yes, that's what we do. Best hate is, um, thanks for alerting us my talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71 beautiful..

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOMO

"Combat 1/5 wave of Covid with another mask mandate as Cuomo's Brian Calvert reports. There are very few exceptions. Maybe your office is a space that isn't accessible to the general public or you work by yourself. You are an exception. The rest of us must cover our faces. It's frustrating all the back and forth in general. I think you know it seems to work and it seems to lower the cases, which is great. It was pretty aggravating because everyone pretended not another rules. Even though I think most people did everyone age five and up must have a face covering whether you go out to eat, Go shopping, even going to the gym, But we got to do we've got to do in order to get this under control. The mandate does not cover outdoor situations. At least not yet. For now, you're being strongly encouraged to put on a mask. If you're outside with a bunch of other people close by Brian Calvert. KOMO News Mariners fans will need their mask when they grabbed their hat and glove before games the rest of the season. Washington Governor Jay Inslee statewide mask mandate is now in effect requiring anyone older than five to wear a mask while in indoor areas starting with the team's next home game on Thursday, fans must wear a mask in all indoor areas of the park. The return of our state's indoor mask mandate appears to be welcomed by hotel and restaurant operators. Anthony Anton, CEO of the Washington Hospitality Association, says they're aware that mass have been a polarizing issue. But he says he's heard nothing. But positives from people in his industry were well over 12,000 restaurants in 800 hotels, So I can't say everyone's always got a universal opinion. But overwhelmingly, I think people have viewed this as a positive, proactive step that hopefully gets us ahead of any decisions that would further Business for jobs. Anton says They also expect to put out some legal guidance soon for businesses thinking about a vaccine requirement for patrons. He also hopes he'll be patient with hospitality workers. Who have to make up for an industry that is about 30% short of the workers it needs from lumber. Two new cars to coffee syrup at Starbucks businesses continue to suffer major product supply chain disruptions. The issue goes back to the start of the pandemic when manufacturing shut down. But the fix is taking far too long for some businesses Co most Carlene Johnson reports, lumber prices are beginning to fall as supply picks up to meet the demand, but the ripple effect still being seen in home prices. Daniel Stanton is an expert in supply management. What we're seeing today in the construction industry. It is a bunch of this turbulence a bunch of these bullwhips That we're actually triggered by this really radical drop that we had in February, March April last year, the price of a 1600 square foot house that closed in June last year was $329,900 in Clark County. The price for that same home this month. 425,000 an increase of nearly $100,000 not just construction. You've got car dealers with hardly any new vehicles on the lot, mainly because of a global shortage of computer chips. The vehicles need Charlene Johnson. Come.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle, the state of Washington will combat 1/5 wave of Covid with another mask mandate is Cuomo's Brian Calvert reports. There are very few exceptions. Maybe your office is a space that isn't accessible to the general public, or you work by yourself. You are an exception. The rest of us must cover our faces. It's frustrating all the back and forth in general. I think you know it seems to work and it seems to lower the cases, which is great. It was pretty aggravating because everyone pretended not to know the rules. Even though I think most people did everyone age five and up must have a face covering whether you go out to eat, Go shopping, even going to the gym, But we gotta do we gotta do in order to get this under control. The mandate does not cover outdoor situations at least not yet. For now, you're being strongly encouraged to put on a mask if you're outside with a bunch of other people close By Brian Calvert Common use Mariners fans will need their mask when they grab their hat and glove before games the rest of the season. Washington Governor Jay Inslee statewide mask mandate is now in effect, requiring anyone older than five to wear a mask while in indoor areas. Starting with the team's next home game on Thursday, fans must wear a mask in all indoor areas of the park. The return of our state's indoor mask mandate appears to be welcomed by hotel and restaurant operators. Anthony Anton, CEO of the Washington Hospitality Association, says they're aware that mass have been a polarizing issue. But he says he's heard nothing. But positives from people in his industry were well over 12,000 restaurants in 800 hotels, So I can't say everyone's always got a universal opinion, but overwhelmingly, I think people have viewed this as a positive, proactive step, but hopefully gets us ahead of any decisions that would further Business for jobs. Anton says they expect to put out some legal guidance soon for businesses thinking about a vaccine requirement for patrons. He also hopes he'll be patient with hospitality workers who have to make up for an industry that is about 30% short of the workers it needs. State Land Commissioner Hillary Hillary friends wants all wild land firefighters to be vaccinated, She says. The Department of Natural Resources is hoping to make vaccines available at all fire camps in the state. But France is also asking the federal government to mandate the vaccine for all interstate firefighters. From lumber. Two new cars to coffee syrup at Starbucks businesses continue to suffer major product supply chain disruptions. The issues go back to the start of the pandemic when manufacturing shut down, but the fixes say, taking far too long for some businesses. Cuomo's Carlene Johnson reports, lumber prices are beginning to fall as supply picks up to meet the demand. But the ripple effect still being seen in home prices. Daniel Stanton is an expert in supply management. What we're seeing today in the construction industry. It is a bunch of this turbulence a bunch of these bullwhips that we're actually triggered. By this really radical drop that we had in February, March April last year, the price of a 1600 square foot house that closed in June last year was $329,900 in Clark County. The price for that same home this month. 425,000 an increase of nearly $100,000 not just construction. You've got car dealers with hardly any new vehicles on the lot, mainly because of a global shortage of computer chips. The.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOMO

"Says Colleague named Emily. I had to call over to the pediatric ICUs one day and asked for a Beanie baby to give to a 12 year old while I turned off the supporting her dad died like I don't want to do that. What can you say? I know the depth of grief that I would feel if I couldn't be with my loved one as they died. So I take the responsibility very seriously, too. Love That person is if they were my own family member, um, provide them with a death. That's dignified and honorable as much as possible. And then I see you. That is sterile and cold and and forgiving. I think it's you know, it's been a struggle to show up every day. But we've been here and You know, my team has been here and I'm really I love being a nurse like I love being a nurse. But this has been really hard. And I'm really proud that I've continued to show up. They wanted you to hear what they're going through. And they beg you to consider the vaccine if you haven't already and that people could see what a day In our life looks like and you know, I think it would. It would be a way to wake up Call Brian Calvert. Camo News Come on news time 509 from Lumberton. New cars to coffee syrup at Starbucks businesses continue to suffer major product supply chain disruptions that began in the pandemic. Lumber prices are beginning to fall as supply picks up to meet the demand. But the ripple effect still being seen in home prices. Daniel Stanton is an expert in supply management. What we're seeing today in the construction industry. It is a bunch of this turbulence a bunch of these bullwhips That we're actually triggered by this really radical drop that we had in February, March April last year, the price of a 1600 square foot house that closed in June last year was $329,900 in Clark County. The price for that same home this month. 425,000 an increase of nearly $100,000 not just construction. You've got car dealers with hardly any new vehicles on the lot, mainly because of a global shortage of computer chips. The vehicles need Charlene Johnson Co Mo News. And companies time 5 10 Seahawks have to do some roster, trimming ahead of Saturday's final exhibition game. Details from commas Bill Swartz at the Beacon Plumbing sports desk there down to 80 players. E. J was a costly Saturday night home field loss for Seattle linebacker Ben Berg, Kervin and receiver John Ursula both suffered season ending knee injuries. Just too many mistakes by quarterback Alex Magoo and tight end dumb would Anderson. They've been waved along with defensive lineman Cedric Lattimore, a big two game hardball series for the Mariners in Oakland begins at 6 40 Tonight. Seattle is 17 of its last 10. There are 3.5 games out of the wild card. The East Lake All stars from Sammamish face an uphill battle tonight at the Little League World Series. Challenged him. That's in the hole that's going to get through. That's going to bring diarrhea for sure..

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Joining me as always, is encyclopedia Steve World's most knowledgeable guy, at least the guy most knowledgeable guy that I know. Well, I appreciate that high. I mean, I'll be like, Hey, Steve. What's the serial number on the 1947 Volvo bumper and he'll just rattle it off. It's just I don't know where he comes up with this stuff. Yeah, we do have a lot of good conversations about some random topic random, random. Actually, That's one of the funny things about And we'll just talk for another hour. We're like we should have recorded that, you know? Yeah, absolutely. We're just talking. But one of the things that has been a topic of conversation a lot lately, especially with a lot of the Realtors that I work with. Is that There's no houses. Especially for like the first time people who are just trying to buy their first house. You know, those tend to be on the smaller side. You know, you're not your first house. You're not buying some big mansion or something. You know most people Start small and move up from there. Yeah, I think I was telling you before the show, my very first house 812 Square feet. Wow. Yeah. Now did it feel like it was that small Because that sounds really small. It was small, but it did not feel that small. It was Before kids. Yeah. You know, kids change everything. Yeah. Yes, they do. They come with a lot of stuff. So once the kids started covering shortage starter homes Why do you think that is? You know, there's lots of different reasons that that kind of go into this and I think part of it has to do with the generation. That is now. First time Homebuyers. It's the millennial generation, right? Right. So those are people aged. I believe right now. It's 26 to 40. Okay, so a lot of people you know they graduated college. Maybe they rented in a new city for a little while and now they're going. Hey, you know what? It's time to settle down, maybe have some kids and so the millennial generation is the biggest generation that we've had thus far. So you've got an increased amount of people who are in that category, his first time Homebuyers, so I think that's a big part of it. But then there's also some other competition going on, Uh, you know, from corporations who are buying homes and different things like that. Yeah, well, I mean I was reading. I just looked up the guidelines and Freddie Mac in particular what they define as a as a small or starter home. It's a It's a home that's about 1400 Square feet. Or less rights. That's what they can and that that particular type of house is not being built, built as much as it used to be. According to the data that I looked up from the from the National Association of Home Builders. Single family homes are At a five decade low. Wow. You know, there are fewer of those type of houses are being built now than ever before. You know, Part of that probably has to do with these construction companies realized, you know, the bigger rebuild the house. The more we can charge for it. Yeah, they're more more profit. There's probably more margin more profit in a bigger house. Yeah, because it probably doesn't in the end cost all that much more to build a slightly bigger house. But you can charge a whole lot more for it. Yes. Yeah, especially as things are pretty much sold, like in a dollar per square foot. So this is actually an interesting trend about that. So Years and years ago and I say years and years ago we're talking. Maybe like 10 years ago, The median size of a home sold in the U. S was 1600 square feet. Okay, 1600 Square 1600 square feet, So it's a little bit higher than you know the starter home, which obviously makes sense. That's the median. Right right. Well, Flash forward 10 years to now, and the average home is 2300 square feet that is now sold. So all these new homes that are being built are being built bigger and bigger and bigger. And so there's also been this trend of Uh, you know, open open floor plans, right. You know, it's and you and I have talked about this. So Yeah, we're like there's obviously a lot of positives, but there can be drawbacks. We've got one and, yeah, so part of the reason Actually, that open floor plans have become so popular is because they're cheaper for builders build because there's less walls. Things aren't as isolated. There's not as much material, fewer doors fewer everything exactly, And so that's part of the reason. The reason these builders have been moving towards open floor plans and bigger houses. They're just getting more money. They're just going to build up. Big box, you know, with no walls on the inside, you know, toilets over there sinks over there. Here's your open floor plan. Yeah. Enjoy. Oh, God, that's gonna be scary. Well, well, well, one chart that I saw that was crazy. It said that in the late seventies There was about 418,000 new entry level sized houses built per year at that time, Okay, so 1400 square feet or less. There were 418,000 of them. And in 2020 about 65,000. Oh, That's from 418 down to 65 just in like, what is that 50 years? Yeah, that's crazy. And you know, it looks like because I'm looking at the chart that you're talking about. It looks like it's been a fairly steady decline. You know, it's not like it's something where There was a lot of this building happening, and it was just consistent and the White House and tipped off. Yeah, or like covid calls that or something. It's been a steady trend. It looks like if you take you know, seventies eighties nine years, it just is a straight line down..

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With a 32 win. The Canadians advanced the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since 1993. Coincidentally when they beat Wayne Gretzky and the Kings that year. It was the last time a team from north of the border one at all. They will have to wait for the winner of the Islanders enlightening who's playing Game seven tonight in Tampa? The Rockies Open a three game series in Milwaukee this afternoon. They're looking for their second straight went on the road. John Gray takes the mound for Colorado. Corbyn Burns goes for the Brewers. First pitch Shoot 10 pregame coverage gets going right here on cable news, radio instrument free of charge and I Heart radio at 1 30. Last night, the Western Conference finals, The Clippers decided they'd show up for the series, beating the sons who got Chris Paul back. One of 6 92 at Staples Center. Game four Sunday in L. A. And for the second time ever Colorado track and field will have to buffs compete in the Olympics in the women's steeplechase at the same time, as Emma Coburn and Valkanis seen finished 1st and 3rd, respectively in the steeplechase finals at the U. S track and Field Olympic trials last night in Eugene, Oregon. Coburn, who's headed to her third Olympics, explained after the race what she would do to hold off Courtney Free. Ricks, who took second in the event, Courtney's are very, very, very good athlete. She's the American record holder, an event in the event and so I knew I had to. Really grind if I was gonna, um, get some real estate between us, and and so, Yeah, I think my fitness is good and the tactic worked, Um and we have a really great team going to Tokyo in 2016 in Rio. Colburn took home the bronze and steeplechase in 2012 in London. She finished eighth that sports I'm Randi Crystalline can win his radio home of the Broncos. Boston Iraqis. Thanks PKK Away. These radio time is 6 16. Our top stories on Colorado's morning news and infrastructure deal is done. But what's next could be an uphill battle. The president says a bipartisan group of senators worked with the White House to reach the deal on improving roads and bridges. Here's where the money for this package will not come from. We're going to do it all without raising a cent from earners below $400,000. There's no gas tax increase no fee and electric vehicles. But and this is a big, but the president has said the Senate first needs to pass a reconciliation bill that includes the human infrastructure needs like childcare and education. And it's the reconciliation proposal that a Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, calling out President Biden for what he says is caving to Democrats. McConnell accused Biden of flip flopping on the bipartisan effort to appease Democrats. The GOP leader says the conflicting messages from Biden Raised serious doubts if he's actually serious about getting bipartisan infrastructure framework passed through Congress, NBC News Radio's Brian Shook the newly named head of Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz says they work with customs officers to track migrants who are coming from places that have ties to terrorism. This idea that if somebody comes from Yemen And they show up on our doorstep, and we apprehend them that that's the first encounter with them. Now we know they're coming today. VP Kamala Harris visits El Paso, Texas. We're asking you this morning how to solve the crisis at the border you're weighing in this morning on Facebook and Twitter. You're Governor Andrew Cuomo is signing into law today the Gender recognition Act. It eliminates barriers that undermine the health safety and equality because of someone's gender. It adds a gender neutral marker X As an option for birth certificates, and the law allows parents to change their names on birth certificates and allows someone to identify their own gender quote, not by any government designed form. The state of Colorado is seeking applications from organizations that help defend people who are at risk of being evicted. Colorado judicial branch opened applications for its eviction Legal Defense fund yesterday. Hawaii is making it easier for you. If you're vaccinated to travel and visit the Aloha State is ending a pre travel covid testing requirement for fully vaccinated US visitors starting on July 8th in Richmond, Virginia. They're building the first three D printed home. The 33 D printer is making the outside walls for the 1600 Square foot home. Construction is set to be done in October. Those involved with the project say building a home this way could lead to a drop in home prices. And finally Another guitar used on stage by any man. Heylen is up for sale and a lot, including hundreds of rock and roll artifacts and autographed black and yellow char Vall E V. H art series guitar that was played by Eddie during a Van Halen concert in ST Louis in 2012 is up for sale as part of this auction 6 19 on Colorado's Morning news Coming back, we'll talk about A special name for the new WVA Medical Center. That with Congressman Jason Crow. Next at 6 24 1st at 6 19. Let's go back outside. Beautiful, sunny skies out there. Nice mild day today. How's the commute.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Peer loya 63 65 cocoa news time, six Oh, two President Biden in Geneva right now, meeting with Russia's leader Vladimir Putin, President Biden and President Putin a due to meet at an 18th century. The manor house overlooking Lake Geneva. President Biden calls Putin a worthy adversary but says he hopes to find areas of cooperation. There's a long list of American grievances, including Russian cyber attacks targeting the United States. Both leaders have described US Russia relations as being at their lowest point in years. That Simon Owen reporting from London, We will be talking to Simon coming up at 6 40. The county held its final coronavirus briefing after nearly all pandemic restrictions were lifted in the state Supervisor Nathan Fletcher said. Those who are fully vaccinated don't have to wear masks unless they're in health care, emergency settings, public transit or in schools for the unvaccinated. It will be required an indoor settings. I think the issue with Cal OSHA will be resolved in the next 48 hours to align all mass guidance. The county, announcing 61 new cases with a positive test rate of 0.8%, The former CDC director is defending the theory that Covid could have been leaked from a Chinese loud, Robert Redfield told Fox News. The spread of the virus was not consistent with other deadly Corona viruses with similar profiles such as SARS and MERS. Redfield said the other viruses spread at a much slower pace during the interview. Hatfield said that this suggests that the back virus was taken into a lab and taught to evolve so it could possibly be transmitted to people. Doctors remind you it's time to resume those checkups and for kids necessary vaccinations. Pediatrician with the Federal Department of Health and Human Services says People did a great job heating stay at home orders during the pandemic lockdowns, but many conditions are being left unchecked. In terms of kids. Parents have foregone regular check ups and vaccinations for communicable diseases if they aren't vaccinated, and they're going back to school that puts them at risk, but also the people around them at risk for infectious diseases. So we think about things like measles that are easily prevented by vaccines. But when you've got a growing number of folks in the community who aren't vaccinated, you run the risk of having an outbreak, Dr Michael Warren says. Now is the time to get kids needed immunizations before they head back to school in the fall. Marilyn Haider Kogo news More information coming to light about just how many military weapons have been lost or stolen during the past decade, Rob Dawson reports. An investigation by the Associated Press revealed. At least 1900 firearms were unaccounted for. The weapons disappeared from army and marine bases, A Navy ships, some of the disappearances were tied to military personnel themselves. One sailor told the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. He stole a pistol from the ship's armory for protection against former gang affiliates. Several military police still automatic rifles from an army base and sold several the street gangs. Military officials tell the AP. The weapons stolen are a small fraction of the stockpile, and some are recovered. Roughly 1300 of those are from the Army alone. The military's largest branch, Americans are among the most stressed out workers in the world. The latest Gallup State of the workplace report shows American and Canadian workers ranked highest for daily stress levels. 57% of workers in the U. S and Canada reported feeling stressed every day that's up 8% points over last year and well above the global average of 43%. Increasing stress is hitting women particularly hard with 62% of working women in the U. S and Canada reporting feeling stressed every day compared to 52% of men. The newest rivalry in golf won't be on display this week at Torrey Pines, at least For the first two rounds between the two of them. Bryson, the Shambo and Brooks, captain of 13 of the last four U. S. Opens but social media posts from both of video of kept rolling his eyes at two Shambo and fans taking the rivalry to the course and people now asking about things other than golf ahead of the open for me, I'm always going to be trying to play my game and not really worry too much about what people are doing the shambo and kept it both saying their new rivalry is good for the game. It doesn't matter to me. I play my own game. I don't care who I'm prepared with. It doesn't matter to me what goes on. It makes no difference to me and Out there trying to play my own game. The USDA did not pair them together for the first two rounds. But play on the weekend is based on the standings, and both are among the favorites to win here in San Diego Jack quoting cooking news, the home where Charles Manson's followers murdered the LA Bianca is in the hands of a new owner. After months of sitting on the market and a big price drop, sources familiar with the purchase tell TMZ, the Los Feliz home where Leno and Rosemary La Bianca were killed in 69. Just passed hands from somebody named Zack Baggins to someone who's not so famous and wants to keep it that way. The anonymous buyer closed Tuesday they paid about $1.8 million That it was listed back at $2.2 million. It's a two bedroom, two bath home. Yeah. 1600 square feet. $1.8 million. Zak Baggins is, um Oh, he's a ghost Adventurers. Um, he's on ghost adventures. I don't know. All right, God vacation plans yet You're 2021 summer forecast with the Google coming up. We also have your traffic and weather. Coco. Do your time 608. To celebrate state farm. 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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Our house. It was unbelievable. Awesome. Now, when you live in Arizona through the summer, What do you like your temperature at when you go to bed at night? I I, It's hard to say, because I have a two story house. The second story gets very, very warm. So what I actually do is set it at 75 or 76 at eight o'clock. And then at the letter run at that temperature till three in the afternoon. Then I move it upto 80. Okay, I would be setting it lower than the 75 or 76. But my wife has been working from home for the last 14 months, and she freezes the death even at 75 or 76. Well, that's what I tell people said. It is cold as you can stand it. Don't make yourself uncomfortable. And if you can get anywheres between 8 to 10 degree split between your cold a man and you're And your heat limit you're going to you're going to save you in in 1600 Square feet. What's your highest summer bill Prior to The super cooling. It was about 3 20 or 3 30. Once I started doing the super cooling it, uh, it's been about 2 70 is the highest On day again. It's because of this the two story house. It's just amazing the difference when the temperature upstairs and downstairs that that does introduce a new level of challenges, it really does. But you've gotten your kilowatt purchase. Down to about 15 cents a kilowatt. So in a two story home and that home is how old 33 years in a you know, in a vintage home of that vintage two story you're doing excellent. So congratulations. And thanks for sharing your story. We really appreciate it on D other thing. I am on the equal payments and I'm at like 1 60 a month with the higher bill, So I'm.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In our house. It was unbelievable. Awesome. Now, when you live in Arizona through the summer, What do you like your temperature at when you go to bed at night? I. It's hard to say, because I have a two story house. The second story gets very, very warm. So what I actually do is set it at 75 or 76 at eight o'clock. And then at the letter run at that temperature till three in the afternoon. Then I move it upto 80. Okay, I would be setting it lower than the 75 or 76. But my wife has been working from home for the last 14 months, and she freezes the death even at 75 or 76. Well, that's what I tell people said. It is cold as you can stand it. Don't make yourself uncomfortable. And if you can get anywheres between 8 to 10 degree split between your cold, a man and your and your heat limit. You're going to. You're going to save you in 1600 Square feet. What's your highest summer bill Prior to, uh, the super cooling. It was about 3 20 or 3 30. Once I started doing the super cooling it, Uh, it's been about 2 70 is the highest On again. It's because of this the two story house. It's just amazing the difference being the temperature upstairs and downstairs that that does introduce a new level of challenges. It really does. But you've gotten your kilowatt purchased down to about 15 cents a kilowatt. So in a two story home, and that home is how old 33 years in a you know, in a vintage home of that vintage two story you're doing excellent. So congratulations. And thanks for sharing your story. We really appreciate it on D other thing. I am on the equal payments and I'm at like 1 60 a month with the higher bill, So I'm.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Applied this morning on this beautiful Arizona Saturday morning, man. What a great spring. Any of you with a memory. Remember last spring boy, I've been here since 65. I'll say one thing about last summer. It was hateful. It was a hateful, hateful summer. Uh, it was worse than bad. It was just a means summer by the group God. So we're here with Mr Tim Hat trick out here. It's Henderson, Fort. Tim being the graduate of Harvard of the Pines and they use when we When were you there? I was in penalty you and in Flagstaff and the early eighties, so I came back to the big city. Uh, about 84. 85 got a big big radio gig down here and the dome. Were you there for the dunk and show Absolutely. And the three things that happened in the dome well, two of them football, and then they would also have intramural hockey in there, and I think we should have Ah hockey team with our with my dorm mates. That was a blast Hockey games in the Donald Worrell blast. That's actually a very beautiful building. It really is. And Ah, lot of my friends would try when it snowed to give a crawl up top yet. They've been, but no, it's a It's a beautiful place, and that was, you know, pretty old now. It was built a long time ago. And at the time, I don't know if it still holds the record at the time. It was the largest wood framed don't structure on the planet. Well, of course now. I mean, I've been back to Flagstaff this past year and I drive around the campus, and it's just stunning. It's um It's amazing what they've done it in. And you Well, you could get lost on that campus today. Compared to what it was in the eighties. Yes, you can. Yeah, That's right. What them? I can't thank you. Enough. I know. I know. You shop here. Sanders and Ford. You said your family here. Sanders and Ford. What? He all currently driving right now I'm driving and explorer. I've been of truck guy forever. I've had an explorer for a bit, and I love it. I may go back to attract, but I gotta tell you something I bought my wife, Bronco sport. And it is like she is a celebrity in that car. Everywhere she goes. People want to find out about it. Does she love it? They're only anymore marketing for me, But I'm telling you that that Bronco sport is really something Yeah, that is a nice little vehicle. I'll tell you when. When I bought my rapture, my head I had my accident was in the hospital for nine months. Almost couldn't get the rapture back from my wife. I had the fight for the keys to get that Rafter keys back. I'm glad you recovered from that and you could work all that out. It's good to be on your show of good to see you, man. I love listening to you and glad that you would ask me. Mr Tim. Thanks A million for taking the time to come down here enjoys really appreciate it. I still got that to two by four of the bids up to $35. All right, all right, and well, it should be because the price of lumber is still going up, and there's a lot of things that play into that. Um, we we kinda redefined our tariff with Canada about a year and a half ago, and that restricted a lot of the lumber coming in from the north, and we generally typically will get about 30%. Of our power of our of our number from Okay, Canada. Well, that all but shut down and then Cove it shut down! Ah, lot of the middles and then a beetle. Created a soft lumber kill off has our lumber supply and an all time low when the demand is at an all time high. So that's one of the reasons Climb Hood has gone from $12 a sheet downwards of 50 or $60 a sheet while number has gone up 300% over the course of the last 12 months. And what that does to the average price of your average hole. It's increased the cost of that whole, the average rolled by $13,000. So it's very real, and we have supply chain challenges in the remodeling process right now. So the thing we want to talk about in the 10 o'clock hour a little bit is the sequence of remodeling and how much more important it is now to do proper planning. But before I go on, I'm going to ask our next guest to pick the telephone up. I understand your lister to the program. Go ahead and pick the phone up. And, uh, you're here to join us. It's Xander. Support back. Get your first name. My name is Mark and you had a whole new question. And that's what we do. Wanna question What? What is it that I can help you with? Okay, I've been super cooling for the last two years. I had a four ton 13 Cyr unit. In the 1600 Square foot house. About six weeks ago. I have bought a new before ton. 15 here. Okay, Tool stage. Okay. My question is, How does the dual stage unit affect super cooling? Not any way you need to be worried about, um, it's going to. It's going to allow that compressor to cool your house in the cooler part of the day. It may never even go to second stage. So not only save money started up, you could be saving money the entire time it's running. That second stage humidity 108 110 110 plus days if we never have to start that second stage You're gonna be saving money. Hand over foot. So stick with the super cooling. Are you a PS arrest or Pete? A ps. Okay, uh, You know, they're giving away free programmable thermostats when you got the new unit. Did you get a programmable thermostat? Yes, I did. I got a new train unit and I got the program Robo thermostat with it, and I did something else. That maybe some of your other listeners.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This morning with us is John Whalen, founder and owner of Cornerstone Development. Before we went into the break. I talked about the sense of community. So my wife and I have owned homes for the last 25 years. In this last year, we've been living in an apartment and I was amazed. At the sense of community. I get there because we do have the pool and we do have the community room and we're in one of those type of, you know buildings. That's one of the benefits of these kind of medium neighborhoods. I would assume John It is and I can't tell you how many times we have seen. So let me give an example. I've seen folks from our very first neighborhood, which is an anomaly falls. People who never knew each other. I'll see them out together his friends or they come to a latest model. We just want to see the latest from you guys, and that is just so rewarding because those friendships wouldn't have Happened. If the neighborhood hadn't been created, So that's a that's a real joy for us to see that take place. Well, yeah, I lived in Ah, house for three years, and I think I knew two of my neighbors and then we moved into this community typesetting, and suddenly we knew all these people and we were hanging out and it's just an easy way to get to know people. If you're an introvert, and you have trouble like, go hang out at the pool. Go hang out at the community room and you'll get to know people just by being in the vicinity. And it's a great way to make some may be lifelong friends. Well, I agree. But there are some people who maybe prefer the privacy and we try to create at home so that you have a variety of seven. If you want that private deck of that private patio. I'll just read by yourself on that. You know, some summer morning or evening. You can. You know you wanna go swim laps in the pool by yourself? You can check it up. No one's there. You do that, too. So Yeah, There's there's really something for everybody. I know my mom lives in a condo, and they often see turkey and deer and like it's it's just like having your own home on Lee, You're not having to deal with all the snow removal and all the crowd that comes along with owning your own home, I guess. Exactly. That's exactly right. Yeah. You know, I should probably give some, um some numbers to the folks that are out there, meaning okay. They generally range from 1600 square feet toe over 2000. Um, not concluding a lower level where we can head and customize it toe how someone might want it. They run from 3 99 up and Depending on finishes and everything else even though you've got a beautiful home for for that number, and it just goes from there, because we are going to personalize it. And you know they have two and three bedrooms. Many of our homes have some rooms on Den's. People like Flex rules, and that is for us. Sons have become incredibly popular. I'd that 90% of our homes have sometimes you guys to go. That's how people don't. They don't have to buy one that way, but they choose it because it's just such a beautiful room. So that better captain helped frame for people what we're really talking about, And then they want to see more again. You can't even walk through it. I'm a virtual tour without ever leaving your laptop. At home. You can take a virtual tour right online and do association. Fees vary from location to location. They do their. I'll give you the range. They vote to 50 to 300 or so about right now, that's really inclusive. So you have to remember. So they looking right. You have to think about insurance. And you have to think about all those services. You get those Adolescent expensive rate right then paying somebody else to come and do your single family. Long driveway and walk every time because you're buying collectively, but the insurance parts what's really interesting guys?.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on KTRH

"Brick parked up. All in the brick. Yeah, yeah, on the inside, you can trim that out. Anyway, You'd like toe to finish it off. But the brick is really what's gonna dictate the size of the window? Yeah. Yeah. Okay, That's good. That's good ideas there. Well, you know, you can call America's choice windows if you want, And they could get you a measurement on that and let you know what it would run Tau get a window for it. But On. They could also give you them the ideas of of how it would go in and where you'd have to trim back to make the window fit properly. Mm hmm. American, citing America's choice windows Yeah. Yeah, and you can reach them at 713. 482 8902 Okay. Okay. Thanks a lot. You bet. Take care. All right. Bye bye. And again our numbers 713 to 125874 Dallas. If you want to talk with America's choice windows, you can reach him at 214. 390 55 98 because they have offices in both cities. So No. But again our number 713 to 125874. Any home improvement question. Half feel free to pick up the phone. Give me a call, and I'll see what I could do that. Help you out here on Texas home Prove mint Matic in interesting question coming yesterday. This is from Stephen and couldn't burn. And he's asking about appearing being foundation negotiating on an old 75 to 80 year Old House. Floors are buckled in numerous places. Supposedly, some peers and beams were replaced five years ago in a limited area of 1600 Square foot, should we assume the foundation Is that end of its life expectancy. How can we estimate a discount in our offer for the house? Well, Typically the foundation especially, uh, pier in being It doesn't have a life expectancy, if that would has kept dry. And don't let the humidity levels skyrocket under the home because of ventilation and stuff. It'll last virtually forever. So you may have to go in and replace part of the wood and do leveling and things like that. But it is as far as it being a maid. This this foundation is shot We got put in a new one. That's not the norm. Normally, the only time that happens And I can tell you I've been in the foundation business for Ashes in my 43rd year now. Theo on Lee time I see. We're appearing being foundation is shot is when people close up events. Let the humidity levels skyrocket. And add insulation because that holds the moisture against the wood, and it just rots it out. If you'll keep it where there's ventilation underneath there to where the is where the Humidity levels don't skyrocket and you keep it dry. You know, insta bars don't put insulation if you if you're gonna insist on putting some insulation underneath. Across space home on Lee used the spray foam insulation closed itself so it doesn't take on any moisture. But it's not going to save you a bunch of money on your energy bills. A lot of times. People try to do that thinking they're going to save on the energy bill, and it really doesn't It just doesn't And so But if you're gonna insist on insulation in across space close cell only, but I'd recommend you Don't put any And keep it ventilated. Keep the humidity levels down. And like I said, you're probably gonna have some lovely now. How can you estimate the discount? You have to have a foundation guy come out. And take a look and see what needs be done to bring it back up to par..

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Had a hat trick of the wind. Thank you very much to rock Willie. The hat trick. Let's continue with more. Bill Cunningham. Tell me your Bengal. Angles news radio 700 wlw. This is 700 wlw. I'm really counting on the great American John French Wall filets the provider taste of Belgian, one of the great facilities in the Tri state and Is wrestling with the new rules and regulations. I spent some time in a tent and the Ken would town center parking lot there the other night taste of Belgium. I thought it was pretty good, and I called him. No, thank him for opening up in the difficulties and challenges I had him on a few months ago, and John Francoise Philip J. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and joking. How are you? I'm doing good. How you doing? I don't know. Am I saying your name correctly? Yes. He's awful stuff. They say you did very good. Ah, your para front saying poor but do it in French, too. In English, Please. Let's don't do it in English. Talk to me about the difficulties and I've been in ot. Are we ready? Penny, nine. My wife and I went down on Saturday. When I talked to restaurant operators that must go nameless. They are struggling and fighting like crazy. And and now that winter has arrived. What are the unique challenges that a restaurant like taste of Belgium has in an environment where inside seating is very limited? In fact, in Kentucky, it was barred till about a week ago. And outside is in a tent. What are the special challenges? You have a taste of Belgium? I mean the challenges. It's really to create to try to keep the outdoor going because there is still did. The perception of the outdoor is safer because there is more fresh air. It's address so all can we kind of recreate that create a sense of security, making sure that there is enough air flow. So what we have done is with we have invested in a lot off. Sense that we put all our location except for soul drain on with the 10th. The advantage is that we blow a massive amount of fresh air that we condition with propane heaters and then with the tent. The air is coming out from the bottom, so there is more airflow. It's kind of like eating in a restaurant with the windows with the windows Open if you want, John, when you've done this the last few weeks Is it working or not working from a business perspective because I can't I was in the business 20 years. It's difficulty. It's hard. Every day's a challenge. It's like right in the back of a Bronco. You don't know what's going to come. This thing came out of nowhere I would assume in January. About the love months ago when you got together with your team and said, Let's plan out 2020. This is something no one even thought about was a possibility. How much can you speak to the issue of the challenges and the difficulties of half the restaurant's closing because they can't make it the challenges unique with covert 19 that nobody could have anticipated? The biggest challenge of really being to adapt to the changing regulations from the government. Like as you mentioned in Kentucky, they decide to, uh to shut down. We just opened a brand new location at Crestview Hills. We open two weeks ago three weeks ago, and we We had everybody trend. The bar was fully starched. And then Governor Bush here decided that in the dining is banned. So we had to call our 10 contractor get intense set up, and for first time Monday, we were able to finally serve. I'll get indoor the rules that constantly changing so that that it's been really the Did. The biggest challenge is how do you plan for anything? If you don't know what tomorrow will be? The only certainty is that tomorrow will be different from today. So that's that's really hard because there is no planning and then the other challenges. The fact that our industry has bean so unfairly portrayed as being a source of contagion. While for example, if you listen to Governor Cuomo last week as he is shutting down New York City restaurants In the same sentence dimension that only 1.7% off covered cases are traced back to restaurants, while 74% that's traced back to informal gathering. So there is this perception that restaurants are unsafe. While we do everything we follow all the rules If there is one place that, he says it's a restaurant. In fact, by shutting down the restaurants, you send people home in the congregants settings in which there was no one looking out. No one concerned about fresh air. In other words, you're you're safer in a restaurant with five year closest friends, then you would be if somebody's home with five of your friends. However, government does things bass Ackwards. The number one source of transmission is from large, big box retailers like a Costco, or, like Ken would town center all inside or at home. And so you can't shut down home. Someone's got to pay the price. So government makes restaurants pay the price when you're not the problem, and I can't imagine was like to operate a restaurant, California I can't imagine what that's like. You buy products. You buy inventory. Then you got to throw it out. When you outfitted in Kentucky, your facility, the Crestview. Hill Mall you had of it. I have the inventory toe fit the menu. You spent tens of thousands of dollars that were not recoverable. Then we'll be sure shut down the restaurant's most of the inventory. You had to give away or donate you to throw it out. Because you can't be open. That's impossible to operate a business like that. It is impossible. And then the one thing that is really crazy it If you look at historical data, try the country. You'll see a spike after memory all day after Fourth of July celebration after Labor Day after Halloween, massive one after Thanksgiving. We know we're going to see a notice spike after Christmas and the one thing that all those that have in common Is that restaurant that closed? We don't do any business or memory all day. Fourth of July Labor Day. And yet we believe we blame restaurants. So the one thing that is clear is that restaurant I know because of the problem. Oh, and the other thing that with that if people are not going to restaurants now, by the time this that spring from Iran and they say, Oh, I want to go and support that restaurant that I like what that restaurants will be gone. Right. In fact, why did you decide to open up a brand new restaurant in Ken would in this environment, It's got to be rough. Scott to be difficult. It's crazy, but the one thing is that we will do what we didn't want it to have been a restaurant in in the middle of January or February because we were in the another contract. So what we did say to do it, sport a massive chunks of concrete slab so that we could put the tanks in which he died. So we have a 1600 square foot dining room under a tent. It's very comfortable with it. But at least we can capture some of those cells throughout the holiday season. Well, I don't know. I have great respect for the for the Gregorys and and a great respect for the Rubies and great respect for all those that are fighting through this when you're not, you're not the problem, but you're blamed for it. And then you don't know what the rules are. And because of Madonna and Fizer, Aren't you optimistic that in the spring and summer things gonna be normal with the taste of Belgium and l aren't you confident? Now, In 68 months, you're gonna be back to normal. In 6 to 8 months. Yes, The question is, Can we survive 6 to 8 months? And for the vast majority of operators? The answer is no. So what? We needed some some some relief from the government, so hopefully they do vote on the P p p Today that was the lifeline for all of us. Esso out that happens. The other thing that really needs to happen is that Our reacted. Officials need to change the rhetoric. We need to encourage people to go out to restaurants. Stake. Your bubble out, will make sure that the people are safe. But it's just if people don't do it now, they won't They won't be a restaurant industry come the spring. We gotta run. John John Francoise. Phylicia is foolish. A thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show I love to support all local businesses, especially good ones that are fighting like crazy against Cove in 19, But more importantly, government rules and regulations that make it almost impossible to operate that business, But Merry Christmas to you, John and Happy New Year. Merry Christmas Been thank you. God bless America. Thank you very much are let's continue with more. 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"1600 square foot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Mortgage talk and text line at 85561616 20 got one final fireplace questions so we'll go to that animal gets everything else. This is from the 262 number. They want to know your thoughts about pellet burners. They're thinking of adding one to the basement basement a little cold this time of year, right, They said they have a ranch about 1600 square feet, and they want to know if adding a pellet burner would help heat up that basement, especially during these winter months. Well, I think it definitely would s so it's similar to a wood burning fireplace, so it's a solid fuel burning fireplace. Versus a gas fireplace. Solid fuel be would in this case palettes so as long as it's installed, correctly invented properly, it's gonna have to have a chimney. On. It probably needs at least a double wall Chimney pipe. That's gotta go vertical, probably contracting horizontally for a little bit. The manufacturer is gonna have the specifications on how that chimney should be installed and where it can be located, you know, probably can't be. You can't if you're in the basement, you can't stick it go up and then through the rim, Joyce with that, probably okay, but it probably can't be right below your bedroom window, I think is the last thing you want is somebody to crack that window. And then all that broken everything go right into the window, So there's gonna be some Some regulations on where that too many pipe can be located, and maybe has to go all the way up past the roof line. The gutter line. I don't know for sure on that. The other thing is those pellet stoves. It's probably a freestanding stove. There's going to seek peace and requirements on what where it could be located, so it can't be probably can't be within, say, eight inches or so of a flammable material. So if you have it in the corner of your basement entertainment room The corner there. The walls on the corner for certain distances probably have to be tiled concrete. You know, some non flammable material can't be drywall or wood or something like that. Unless you're a certain distance away. So again, it comes down to the Installation instructions. You can probably go on by these that, you know, big box store. So you know, somebody's gonna try to install themselves absolutely refer to the manufacturer's specifications. Installation instructions on how and where. This thing needs to be installed. If you have any questions, the best people that refer to our the what I mentioned before fireplace cos you know, country still in fireplace, fireplace, limited sum and others. You know that can help you with that. Definitely one of those times that you do want to read the instructions Just putting everything together. I fall into the category of not always doing that. I can figure this out. Really? So with the design background like you? Yeah, but something like this. You know it. And the more and more I've gotten into getting certifications for these exterior inspections, sightings and things like that, and we always talk about referring to the installation instructions. It's becoming more and more of Ah, Mo awareness on my part. You got to follow the way, the manufacturer said. It has to be installed. I'm sure you run into some stuff during inspections where it's like, who did that, like? I don't know that the previous owner didn't It's like really did not did not do it The way they were supposed to be. Oh, it might be working. It's not right. Yeah, let's we have an interesting one about our our roof talker. There. We We haven't had a color from the world. We toast the area. Darlene was wondering about some icicles that were popping up. We started to talk about ventilation and ventilation can it's not always just heat loss of ventilation that they could create some ice dams is well. There's a texture from the 414 number who says they have an old English tutor with a couple of peaks. They had a roof installed with the tear off a year ago in the contractor did do an addict review like we were talking about earlier they installed the roof replaced an attic fan with Ridge vents as well. But the home does not have any soffit vents being in English tutor. So last winter, they said, they were good last week with the snow. No problems at all. But they heard us talking about Ridge vents and said that, you know, you said that they need to use soft adventures well. They don't have any soften fence, but they don't have any problems right now. Is that something you need to be concerned about? So I was I was probably being a little too specific on that. So in Darlene's case, she's got a ranch. Almost 99% sure she's got overhangs and and soffits. So in that case, yes, he needs top events, the texture here with an English tutor, So I was kind of talking about Roofs that have unique roof lines. So Cape Cod's tutors these older style of homes that we don't really build too much today without a soffit in or or an overhang. Those are unique situations and so A song is the roofing contractor did an addict calculation. I would expect that they be OK now what they may have, and it sounds like they replaced an attic fan. That's what he does with the ridge vents. Um, and we really shouldn't have different types of ventilation on a roof. So if you have a rich man, you should not also have that thermostat Ycl e controlled fan that goes on when it gets hot up there. That's gonna end up pulling air in through that ridge vents so we could go on about that. But in this case They might have Gable vents, which is in the peak on the on the side of the roof. So if they have other ventilation other than the ridge vent, it doesn't necessarily have to be. A soffit vents. So a tutor. There's the floors on the rooms and on the second floor of the house might have a flat area and then they have an angle. Part of the roof because that the ceilings underneath the roof. That's where you're gonna run into where a soft event it's really not gonna be helpful because the air can't get from a soffit up to that attic area above the flat ceiling. Gotcha. If everybody's picturing this along with me Agave event can provide enough ventilation through Ah Ridge Mint again. If you just have that small attic Kerry above their it These older houses are are unique. They don't fall into the the old then. You know, Rance, where you've got a ridge vent and Asaf it And you know, pretty pretty straightforward type s O. They do need to be evaluated. It sounds like they had somebody actually do it. So hopefully it's working out well for them. I'm glad to hear that. They didn't keep the fan and add the regiment because that would to me. That would be a problem which would lead you to believe that they knew what they were doing. They only win with one big ventilation. So that is some good news there. At least we got a couple more texts here wondering about furnaces and even back to the very beginning of our show today, talking about what's going on in your basement, sewer croc pumps, So we got all this stuff coming up next. We'll wrap it all up coming up next. This is the fix it show on WTMJ. Do your dinner conversation. Sound like this? How was your day by way.

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"1600 square foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"1600 square foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is wrestling with the new rules and regulations. I spent some time in a tent and the Ken would town center parking lot there the other night taste of Belgium. I thought it was pretty good, and I called him. No, thank him for opening up and the difficulties and challenges I had him on a few months ago. And John Francoise Philip J. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and joking. How are you? I'm doing good. How you doing? I don't know. Am I saying your name correctly? Yes. He's awful stuff. They say you did very good. Ah, your para front saying poor but do it in French, too. In English, Please. Let's don't do it in English. Talk to me about the difficulties and I've been in ot. Are we ready? Penny, nine. My wife and I went down on Saturday. When I talked to restaurant operators that must go nameless. They are struggling and fighting like crazy. And and now that winter has arrived. What are the unique challenges that a restaurant like taste of Belgium has in an environment where inside seating is very limited? In fact, in Kentucky, it was barred till about a week ago. And outside is in a tent. What are the special challenges? You have a taste of Belgium? I mean the challenges. It's really to create to try to keep the outdoor going because there is still did. The perception of the outdoor is safer because there is more fresh air. It's address so all can we cannot recreate that create a sense of security, making sure that there is enough air flow. So what we have done is with we have invested in. Ah lot off 10. We put all our location except for soul drain on with the 10th. The advantage is that we blow a massive amount of fresh air that we condition with propane heaters. And then we defend the air is coming out from the bottom. So there is more air. So it's kind of like eating in a restaurant with the windows with the windows Open if you want, John when you've done this the last few weeks. Is it working or not working from a business perspective because I can't I was in the business 20 years. It's difficulty. It's hard. Every day's a challenge is like right in the back of a Bronco. You don't know what's going to come. This thing came out of nowhere I would assume in January. About blood months ago when you got together with your team and said, Let's plan out 2020. This is something no one even thought about was a possibility. How much can you speak to the issue of the challenges and the difficulties of half the restaurant's closing because they can't make it the challenges unique with covert 19 that nobody could have anticipated? The biggest challenge is really being to adapt to the changing regulations from the government. Like as you mentioned in Kentucky, they decide to, uh to shut down. We just opened a brand new location at Crestview Hills. We open two weeks ago three weeks ago, and we We had everybody trend. The bar was foolish, starched and then Governor Bush here decided that in the dining is banned. So we had to call our 10 contractor Get a tent set up, and for first time Monday, we were able to finally serve. I'll get indoor the rules. I constantly changing so that that it's been really The biggest challenge is how do you plan for anything? If you don't know what tomorrow will be? The only certainty is that tomorrow will be different from today. So that's that's really hard because there is no planning and then did the other challenges. The fact that our industry has bean so unfairly portrayed as being a source of contagion. While for example, if you listen to Governor Cuomo last week as he is shutting down New York City restaurants in the same sentence dimension that only 1.7% off covered cases are traced back to restaurants while 74% trace back to informal gathering. So there is this perception that restaurants are unsafe while we do everything we follow all the rules if there is one place that, he says it's a restaurant, in fact, by shutting down the restaurant. You sent people home in the congregants settings in which there was no one looking out. No one concerned about fresh air. In other words, you're you're safer in a restaurant with five year closest friends, Then you would be if somebody's home with five year friends. However, government does things bass Ackwards. The number one source of transmission is from large, big box retailers like a Costco, or, like Ken would town center all inside or at home. And so you can't shut down home. Someone's got to pay the price. So government makes restaurants pay the price when you're not the problem, and I can't imagine was like to operate a restaurant in California. I can't imagine what that's like you by product. You buy inventory. Then you got to throw it out. When you outfitted in Kentucky, your facility, the Crestview. Yeah, well, um, all you had to eat. I have the inventory toe fit the menu. You spent tens of thousands of dollars that were not recoverable. Then we'll be sure Shut down. The restaurant's most of the inventory. You had to give away or donate you to throw it out. Because you can't be open. That's impossible to operate a business like that. It is impossible and then the one thing that is really crazy it If you look at historical data through the country, you'll see a spike after memory all day after Fourth of July celebration after Labor Day after Halloween, massive one after Thanksgiving. We know we're going to see a notice spike after Christmas and one thing that all those that have in common Is that restaurant that closed? We don't do any business on memory all day, Fourth of July Labor Day. And yet we believe we blame restaurants. So the one thing that is clear is that restaurant I know because of the problem. Um So and the other thing that with that if people are not going to restaurants now, by the time the spirit that spring from Iran and they say, Oh, I want to go and support that restaurant that I like what that restaurants will be gone. Right. In fact, why did you decide to open up a brand new restaurant in Ken would in this environment, It's got to be rough. Scott to be difficult. It's crazy, but the one thing is that we were what we didn't want it to open a restaurant in in the middle of January or February because we weren't another contract. So what we did say to do it, sport a massive chunks of concrete slab so that we could put the tents in which he died. So we have a 1600 square foot dining room under a tent. It's very comfortable with But at least we can capture some of those cells throughout the holiday season. Well, I don't know. I have great respect for the for the Gregorys and and a great respect for the Rubies and great respect for all those that are fighting through this when you're not, you're not the problem, but you're blamed for it. And then you don't know what the rules are. And because of Madonna and Fizer, Aren't you optimistic that in the spring and summer things gonna be normal with the taste of Belgium and l aren't you confident?.

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