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Home Living : January 26th 2010
HLF - HOME LIVING: NORTH WEST, Tuesday, January 26, 2010 1 HOMELIVING ............................................ INSIDE NATURALLY Clean and green KITCHEN FIX Cheaper options ENVIRONMENTAL Gadgets save SMART WAYS Saving energy A green house Pauline Priest A green house Be energy-efficient in the home to cut down on running costs and to assist in keeping the planet clean and green. From the rooftop to the ground floor, there are myriad products to choose from. Some areas to consider are: Insulation -- to keep the house cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Energy-efficient lighting -- turn down the watts and switch off lights when not in the room. Appropriate window coverings -- keep blinds and curtains closed to stop the cool in summer and the warmth in winter escaping through the glass. Solar items -- solar tubes brighten a room so you don't have to switch on the light. Water-saving products -- stop excess water from going down the drain, and install water tanks. Green cleaning products -- ensure waterways are kept clean and free of chemicals. 1300 364 290 The Trusted Outdoor Additions Specialist PERGOLAS DECKS OPENING ROOFS CARPORTS www.pergolaland.com.au Visit our Showroom N 0
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