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Home Living : November 11th 2008
6 HLF - Publication, Tuesday, November 11, 2008 New era in home coffee » ADVERTISING FEATURE HOMELIVING DeLonghi has an exceptional new addition to its popular Nespresso range with the cyber coffee maker. The EN90APLUS is proof that coffee machines do not have to take up significant bench space. Despite its ultra compact size it will consistently deliver cafe-style coffee. This machine also comes complete with a bonus large capacity aeroccino plus, which can whip up enough milk for two creamy cappuccinos, rich lattes or even iced frappes with the cold milk frothing function. The secret to the Nespresso system is the pre-measured capsules which remain sealed right up until the coffee is prepared to ensure the freshest brew possible. Added features include high 19-bar pump pressure and thermoblock heating element, a functional handle allowing for easy coffee preparation and ejection of used capsule to a concealed collection container, removable one litre water tank and back-lit control button. The DeLonghi EN90APLUS Essenza Nespresso is available for $349 and comes complete with bonus tasting pack of 12 Nespresso capsules, and an aeroccino plus. Details: Visit www.delonghi.com.au or call: 1800 126 659. Ditch the dryer More than half of Australian homes now have clothes dryers and it can send household energy bills into a spin. Paul Myors, an energy efficiency expert at EnergyAustralia, says almost 30 per cent of homes use the dryer at least once a week. ''In fact, some households use them for every load,'' he said. ''A standard clothes dryer run twice a week will cost youupto$70ayeartorun,andcan generate up to 400kg of greenhouse emissions. ''But the solution is simple and it's been in many back yards for the past 62 years.'' The outdoor clothesline is the simplest and cheapest form of solar power under the sun. Even during wet weather, clothes can effectively dry on a line or rack under the cover of a veranda, carport or garage. And it's much gentler on clothes and will prolong their life. If there is no choice but to use the clothes dryer, there are ways to make it more efficient. Choose a high star-rating model when buying a new one. Dryers that automatically sense when clothes are dry are safer and save electricity. Make sure the filter is cleaned regularly; this will allow the dryer to run more efficiently and improve safety as clogged filters are a fire hazard. Details: call 131 535 or visit www.energy.com.au ................................................. Last chance for delivery berfore Christmas When it comes to beautifully hand-crafted window furniture, Norman Shutters are the world leaders. Our shutters are manufactured exclusively to suit the climatic conditions of your own home and your environment. Add class, style and value to your home with these unique shutters from Complete Blinds. Call us now for a free measure and quote. www.completeblinds.net.au 8824 7975 20% OFF internal plantation shutters | aluminium shutters | sunscreen rollers | timber venetians | holland blinds roman blinds | motorisation | awnings and more... zb0022_cbl_b We offer a range of Gable and Flat Awnings and Carports, Conservatories and Sunrooms, designed to suit your needs and your budget. FREE QUOTES Phone 9627 1922 Awning with Gable (6000x3000) $4340 Screen Enclosure with Glass Wall (6000x3000) $7000 Unit 1, 58-60 Melbourne Road (Cnr Brisbane Rd) Riverstone Bld Lic No 178737c Improve the value of your house 2279994i hln wk14 Dealer Licence No 187520C Authorised 2259315i hlnw wk12 PHONE NOW For a FREE in Home Quote SPRING SPECIALS 9737 0293 • SAVE UP TO $400 ON DAIKIN DUCTED SYSTEMS • SAVE UP TO $200 ON DAIKIN SPLIT SYSTEMS
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