The Weekend Warriors Home Improvement Show

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The Weekend Warriors Home Improvement Show broadcasts every weekend across 17 radio stations in the Great Pacific Northwest! We're offering inspirational and informative entertainment. With over thirty years of combined experience in the building industry, Tony and Corey are true weekend warriors, working on their own projects and solving problems around their homes every day. If they can’t answer your questions, they definitely won’t have any trouble finding someone who can! Tony and Corey bring in professionals from nearly every aspect of the building industry to talk about new products and trends, as well as offering new perspectives and providing the motivation you need to bring those ideas to life. It’s an interactive show, so feel free to visit us on Facebook to ask questions, make comments or share renovation stories. Listen, laugh and be inspired! Website:
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Latest Episodes…

  1. Amateur Tiny Home Builders

    Tony and Corey talk to a couple dudes that built 2 Tiny Homes and then moved on to convert a bus into a tiny home with wheels. ...


  2. Safety First

    Tony and Corey talk about safety in this weekes episode of the Weekend Warriors. ...


  3. Essential Tools

    Tony and Corey give out a list of essential tools for the Weekend Warrior!  Christmas is around the corner so you can use some of the items on their list as gift ideas.   Visit us at ...


  4. Gambler 500 boys

    Tony and Corey talk to the originators of the Gambler 500. Tate Morgan and Andy Munson talk a little about the event. Then we discuss the challenges Andy faced while building his own home that took him 2 years to complete. From suburban dad to full fledged owner builder the ...


  5. Fall Home Maintenance

    Tony and Corey share a list of maintenance items that need to be addressed around your home before the rain starts falling and the cold sets in. Your home is expensive and keeping up on seasonal maintenance is the only way to protect that investment. For more tips like this ...