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Home Living : March 23rd 2010
2 HLW - HOME LIVING: WEST, Tuesday, March 23, 2010 The senior kitchen » ADVERTISING FEATUREHOMELIVING Seniors are one group in the community very fond of a kitchen renovation. They may be recent empty-nesters, perhaps downsizing, or simply preparing the space for grandchildren. Whatever the reason, the requirements in a new kitchen for seniors are very particular. ''The first thing I suggest to my customers is to consider both today and tomorrow,'' says Michael Kitchener of Kitcheners Kitchens. ''As you grow older, energy levels change, so you want a kitchen that won't put a strain on your body.'' Diminished mobility, sight and stamina are issues we must consider as we get older. That's why Mr Kitchener says seniors need a company that will create a design that makes life easy today and accommodates changes over time. In fact, 35 per cent of Kitcheners' customers are over 55 so they have great experience with their requirements. Kitcheners' award- winning design team places an emphasis on durability, low maintenance and effortless fixtures such as Blum pull-out drawers based on an advanced sensory system that only requires a light touch. Considered layouts and thoughtful placement of appliances and electrical sockets are also undertaken. Logical design layouts will minimise unnecessary kneeling and bending for low drawers or stretching to higher shelves. The designers will also suggest sensible surfaces and floor coverings. Kitcheners will also design a space that minimises unnecessary walking between preparation areas and cooking appliances. Details: Kitcheners Kitchens, 56 O'Riordan St, Alexandria, 1800 826 144 or kitcheners.com.au. ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & SLIDING DOORS BETA - VIEW BETA - VIEW 900x900 (3'x3') $138 1200 x 1500 (4' x 5') $202 1200 x 1800 (4' x 6') $224 1200 x 2400 (4' x 8') $328 web: www.betaview.com.au - email: email@example.com PRICES FOR WINDOW ONLY & INCLUDE GST AVAILABLE IN BROWN, WHITE, HAWTHORN GREEN, PALE EUCALYPT, STONE BEIGE, CLEAR ANO, PRIMROSE FREE QUOTES FOR SUPPLY & INSTALL Unit 6, 9 Kurrajong Rd, St Marys 2150682i hlw wk30 Ph:9623 5611 F:9623 5091 ABN 14 070 225 197 Master Lic No 408872083 Lic 84933c Security lic. no. 408925402 GLASS CUT TO SIZE OPEN SAT phone 9725 2266 f. 9725 2166 e. firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 4/94 Hassall St, Wetherill Park Licence Number 219462c The Wardrobe Specialists Guaranteed to beat the lowest price • Lifetime guarantee •Callnowfora free measure & quote • Servicing all areas 2149873i hls wk37 $389 Showroom Open 6 days factory outlet 36 Sargents Road, Minchinbury p 9625 9201 open7days Mon-Sat 9.30-5, Sun 10-4 why are you still paying retail? march from madness Single $179 $99 K/Single $279 $189 Double $289 $199 Queen $359 $249 King $489 $299 Australian Made manufacturer direct to public when you can buy at factory direct prices we can custom make a mattress to suit your needs and your budget ensembles trundle beds drawer bases Downessa 'Microdenier' Pillow Essentials $14.95 save 25% Mention this ad, free pillows with any mattress purchase mattresses ALL AREAS 9838 9090 FREE MEASURE & QUOTE Lifetime Warranty www.justforyouwardrobes.com.au DESIGNED TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET Timber Coloured panel Painted Mirrored Sliding p Hinged Built-inWardrobe SPECIALISTS JUST FOR YOU WARDROBES PTY LTD Y Lic. 185684C 2137083K wk5 Sheds of all sizes Domestic-Commercial-Rural-Industrial Sheds-Barns-Garages-Awnings Call now for your free onsite obligation free inspection Sheds made easy D.I.Y. kit sheds or licensed builders available Ph: 9836 3546 www.ezysheds.com.au email@example.com 2221711i hlw wk36 Mention this ad for a 10% discount on your next custom shed
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