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Home Living : March 3rd 2009
HLS - HOME LIVING: SOUTH, Tuesday, March 3, 2009 3 Right ingredients » ADVERTISING FEATURE When Eddie Kok moved into his new waterfront development he was disappointed with the kitchen so he contacted Kitcheners Kitchens. Mr Kok has a keen eye for design and wanted to work with a consultant who would understand his needs and vision. Michael Kitchener says his business has a unique way of working with customers. ''We can go away then return and surprise them with a beautiful design, or we can collaborate together every little step of the way,'' he says. ''This is what makes the company a true custom-design business. ''We cater completely to the needs of the customer, right down to the step- by-step design process.'' Mr Kok sat down with a Kitcheners designer and went through details. He sought something stylish, yet functional, with easy access to storage facilities and cooking appliances. Together, they produced the smartest use of the apartment space with apt internal lighting and the best range of appliances. To top things off, Kitcheners dropped by with celebrity cook Iain Hewitson to cook Mr Kok a meal before taking photos for their new catalogue. Details: Kitcheners Kitchens, 56 O'Riordan St, Alexandria, visit www.kitcheners.com.au, or call 1800 826 144. ................................................ Standby for savings Saving on power used in standby mode will save on electricity costs. A TV Standby Killer switch has been designed to protect and save on standby energy, reducing energy costs and saving money and the environ- ment. The compact device is easy to install. Start by plugging the television's power lead into the TV Standby Killer and ensure it's plugged into the main wall socket or powerboard. Clip the infra-red device on to the front of the television. When the remote is pointed at the sensor, it automatically cuts off power to all electrical appliances connected to the controller power outlets. Bunnings Warehouse electrical buyer Sanjiv Jassal says it takes saving energy to a new level. ''Leaving products such as TVs, DVD players and home theatres on standby not only uses a lot of power, but also shortens their lifespan,'' Mr Jassal says. Details: Available at Bunnings Warehouse. HOMELIVING Display Kitchens Wanted 70% of normal prices !!! Call 1800 826 144 now (24hrs) for more info or visit www.kitcheners.com.au HUGE DISPLAY DISCOUNT! Please supply more info Please send e-book Book free design & quote Name Phone Email Suburb Free Post: Kitcheners Kitchens PO Box 7044, Alexandria, NSW 2015 SZ70 The Kitcheners Guarantee $6,000 to $60,000! * Must purchase a kitchen with cabinetry valued over $6000 (ex glass splashbacks, stone benchtops and trade works). 10% deposit required at time of appointment. Offer can't be used in conjunction with any other offer. SAVE 20% on SKYLIGHTS SPECIAL OFFER on WHIRLY BIRDS Fully installed from $279 4/7 Enterprise Circuit, Prestons NSW 2170 Call 1300 852 622 www.solarbright.com.au $199 Installed with stainless steel bearings 2185695i hlc wk34
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