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Home Living : April 27th 2010
HLW - HOME LIVING: WEST, Tuesday, April 27, 2010 1 .............................................. HOMELIVING Clean style » ADVERTISING FEATURE Specialising in manufacturing, importing and distributing kitchen and bathroom furniture since 2002 ensures that MTV Bathroom Centre at Killara, Roselands and Ashfield has everything for the homeowner who wants top- quality products at affordable prices. Whether you are a builder or designer, the centre has fresh ideas for the bathroom and kitchen, while a custom- made system is also available. Owner Xin Wang said the main products were luxury bathroom and kitchen furniture. ''These include bathroom vanities, mirrors, mirror shaving cabinets, modular bathroom cabinets, kitchen cabinets, sinks, taps and mixers, bathroom accessories and benchtops,'' Mr Xin said. MTV vanities feature vibrant colours, sensuous curves and defined lines, emphasising a stylish modern look. The mirrors and shaving cabinets, when combined with an MTV vanity, typify contemporary beauty and functional design. MTV also distributes Caroma, Dorf, Clark, Imperial, Decina, Lanark and other top brands. MTV Bathrooms is at 684 Pacific Highway, Killara, and at Ashfield and Roselands. Details: 9880 2885. Walk on warm wood » ADVERTISING FEATURE There's nothing more luxurious than stepping out of bed on a chilly morning on to a warm and comfortable floor. What many homeowners don't realise is that it's possible to successfully lay solid wooden flooring over all types of underfloor heating if you follow a few simple guidelines. Sydney Flooring director and founder Bill Durkowyak has been installing timber floors for more than 50 years and still gets a buzz when his clients realise the natural charm and character timber flooring brings to their home. But Mr Durkowyak offers sage advice for clients considering the installation of heating beneath a timber floor. ''The biggest factor to consider is the choice of timber product," he says. ''All natural timbers react to wet and dry changes in the atmosphere and heat will naturally create a shrinking effect known in the industry as 'gapping'. Clients need to be aware of gapping and what can be done to minimise damage to their new timber floor.'' Ask about timber product specifications plus details on structure, dimensions and preparation the timber has undergone prior to manufacture. ''All good timber floor companies should have this information readily available," Mr Durkowyak said. ''For example, while all timbers react fairly similarly to drying conditions, timbers such as tallowwood and ironbark are some of the slowest to react and may be a better choice than, say, cypress pine." Also ensure that the site is correctly prepared and that a suitable temperature control system is installed as temperatures above 26˚C can permanently damage timber floors. phone 9725 2266 f. 9725 2166 e. email@example.com 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 2097602i hlw wk43 from $389 Showroom Open 6 days
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