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Miriam Johnson

Television Host

Hometime

HQ Phone: (800) 489-9955x133

Hometime

4355 Peavey Road

Chaska, Minnesota 55318

United States

Company Description

Presently in its 17th season, Hometime (www.hometime.com), hosted by Dean Johnson and Robin Hartl, is a home-improvement television show broadcast on public television, The Learning Channel, and in syndication. Hometime aims to help homeowners achieve pro... more

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Web References (22 Total References)


System | DrainBusters Blog

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Hometime's Miriam Johnson talks about the benefits of having an Uponor PEX-a plumbing system in their Creekside Home project in Orono, Minn. read more Contractor Magazine


Videos | Simpson Door Company

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HOMETIME hosts, Dean Johnson and Miriam Johnson discuss the benefits of Simpson's Nantucket Collection.


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Hometime's Dean Johnson discusses tool and project safety basics

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Hometime's Dean Johnson and co-host Miriam Johnson
Over the last 20 years advances have made hand- and power-tools better and safer than ever before - but even top-of-the-line tools require care and common sense, says longtime host of PBS Television's Hometime, Dean Johnson.
Johnson and his team were among the early pioneers in DIY TV, teaching homeowners since the mid '80s about tools and home renovation projects.
"The right tool makes it easier to do the job and you end up with a better result," Johnson says. "But no matter what kind of operation you do, when you start to use a tool that isn't meant to do something - that's when you start to get into trouble."
The Basics
Whether you're using non-powered hand tools, corded tools, or battery-powered ones, proceed carefully and methodically, says Johnson. It's good advice.
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Johnson stresses not to take short cuts when working with tools, such as cutting a piece of wood on an unstable surface like a trash can while holding the other end with your foot. His other important tip: Stay organized with your tools and material throughout the process.
"I see many contractors come in and some are incredibly organized but some aren't," Johnson said. "Before long you're just stepping on their tools and you're walking over everything. Keeping things neat and putting things back in their cases will keep your workplace much safer."
How to handle the most common tools
Tools require knowledge and common sense, say Johnson and other safety experts such as the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, offer the following recommendations:
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Johnson adds that power tools require extra care as they're more likely to cause serious injury if careless mistakes are made. He says get to know the tools you're working with and their limitations, read the directions, know the correct way to clean and maintain them, and how to change out parts such as drill bits and blades.
What are some of the more popular power tools that have resulted in the most injuries? Table saws, chainsaws, nail guns, circular saws, and ladders, according to Popular Mechanics.
Many of DIY shows offer videos and advice online. Johnson recommends carefully planning out your project and learning how to use the tools first.
"I think there are so many good How-to shows, This Old House, Hometime, and HGTV are non-stop home improvement and a good way to get acclimated," Johnson said.


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Here's a couple of pictures from our feature on PBS's show Hometime with Dean Johnson. The first one shows Dean getting instructions from Joe St.Pierre of Aeroseal Solutions as preparations are made to seal the ductwork in a new home construction. The next shot shows, co-host Miriam Johnson (no relations) looking over Joe's shoulder as they watch the results of the duct sealing being shown "real time" on a computer monitor.

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If you missed that one, just take your left-over turkey sandwich over to the TV on November 30th for a new episode of HomeTime with Dean Johnson to see how Aeroseal was used on a new home construction project Dean and his crew has been working on this season. Dean has been a long-time fan of Aeroseal technology and asked if we would make sure his new home was energy efficient and comfortable throughout.


Here's a couple of pictures from ...

www.aeroseal.com [cached]

Here's a couple of pictures from our feature on PBS's show Hometime with Dean Johnson. The first one shows Dean getting instructions from Joe St.Pierre of Aeroseal Solutions as preparations are made to seal the ductwork in a new home construction. The next shot shows, co-host Miriam Johnson (no relations) looking over Joe's shoulder as they watch the results of the duct sealing being shown "real time" on a computer monitor.

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If you missed that one, just take your left-over turkey sandwich over to the TV on November 30th for a new episode of HomeTime with Dean Johnson to see how Aeroseal was used on a new home construction project Dean and his crew has been working on this season. Dean has been a long-time fan of Aeroseal technology and asked if we would make sure his new home was energy efficient and comfortable throughout.

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