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Home Living : May 25th 2010
6 HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, May 25, 2010 Security plus » ADVERTISING FEATUREHOMELIVING Security should be the priority of all homeowners and businesspeople. If security is on your mind, go to Shutter World at Ingleburn. Founded as a family business in 1976, Shutter World makes shutters uniquely designed for Australian homes as well as commercial and industrial buildings. ''Our design in roller shutters also ensures the highest degree of safety,'' owner Paul Cannarella said. Shutter World's unique design offers a slimline shutter, blending in with your home while offering the greatest distance between shutter and glass for maximum insulation properties. Their shutters face the correct way, which means the convex of the slats is facing outside and the concave inside. Mr Cannarella says Shutter World does not use fabric cords or cables for operation, instead using an unobtrusive mechanical system. About 95 per cent of the product is produced in Australia, with the remaining parts being imported from Germany and Italy. The shutters are available in manual, electric and remote control operation. They keep out 90 per cent of heat and cold, and reduce noise intrusion. And their latest product, The Ultimate Shutter, also provides bullet-proof protection. Shutter World shutters are unconditionally guaranteed and the obligation-free quotes come with competitive prices. Details: shutterworldsydney.com.au, call 9829 1255 or visit Unit 4/17, Stennett Rd, Ingleburn. Contact your local advertising consultant for information or call 9689 5395. Reach renovators and decorators. Source: Engaging Communities, The Leading Edge (June 2008) PLANTATION SHUTTERS Plantation Shutters www.sarmax.com.au email: email@example.com Just a few reasons to call Sarmax NOW for your free quote Privacy Noise reduction Ventilation Light control Insulation Low maintenance Cedar or aluminium Basswood Custom made High quality Local family business Save $ - buy direct from the importer Your team that thinks outside the square Call us today 0428 178 997 2039454im 17/1 Wk34 It is easy to convert your existing old inefficient fireplace to an efficient Jetmaster open wood or gas fire, slow combustion wood heater or a Heat & Glo AT Supreme balanced flue glass fronted gas log space heater (pictured left). The AT Supreme heats around 100sq meters and features an airtight firebox which takes air from outside for combustion, never taking oxygen from your room - brilliant for your indoor air quality. Jetmaster open fires can burn wood or gas. Choose from a range of stunningly realistic gas coal, log or pebble fires. Jetmaster's Kemlan wood heater inserts are perfect for heating large areas and overnight burn. With so many options to convert your existing fireplace why choose anything else other than Jetmaster. $350 off. For a very limited time only get $350 off AT Supreme balanced flue gas log insert. Call into your Jetmaster showroom or visit us at www.jetmaster.com.au Jetmaster Castlecrag - 167 Eastern Valley Way (cnr Covelee Circuit) 02 9958 1777 Jetmaster Castle Hill - 3/10 Salisbury Rd (between the Tavern & the RTA) 02 9680 7279 Bring your existing fireplace to life and gain exceptional clean heat. 2243196i hlc wk39 PLANS ACTRON DESIGN PTY LTD • ALL PLANS • EXTENSIONS • NEW HOMES • COMMERCIAL www.actron.com.au NORTH SHORE 9410 3363 Metropolitan Built-in Wardrobes Pty Ltd FREE MEASURE & QUOTE SHOWROOM OPEN 6 DAYS Mon- Fri 8.00am - 4.00pm Sat 8.00am - 12.30pm T: 9763 5899, F: 9763 5877 www.metropolitanwardrobes.com.au Unit 6, 1-15 Wentworth Rd Nth, Homebush (off Bellona Ave) 15 YEARS GUARANTEED 2141582i hln wk39 Lic. 137155c
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