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Home Living : May 31st 2011
HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, May 31, 2011 1 HOMELIVING ............................................ INSIDE WARMING WAYS Keep the heat in Think energy saving IDEAL IDEAS Smart buy of the season WINTER WARNING Beware of heaters CLEVER COLOURS Paint that inspires you Staying warm needn't cost you Janita Singh Staying warm needn't cost you Investing in a pressure cooker or a smart coffee maker can bring some comfort for the family this winter. Cooler weather means spending more time indoors. So it's important to be prepared. Keeping your house warm can be difficult when temperatures drop. But keeping your home warm is a balancing act between comfort and cost. It's not cheap leaving your heater on through winter. Investing in small, inexpensive things can make your life a little warmer and keep costs down. Adjust your thermostat so your home is reasonably warm. If you have ceiling fans which run in reverse use them. Block all air coming in or warmth escaping from the house. This can be cheaply done by getting weather stripping, or simply get door blocks. Covering windows by closing curtains and blinds helps prevent heat escaping from your home. If you are building or renovating, consider installing double glazed windows and insulation. Nothing fires up the imagination like an open fire. If you prefer heaters, there are many varieties available. In warm weather, let some sunlight in. SYDPRECBL AMAY30 Master Licences: VIC No. 65201491P | WA No. SA37852 | SA No. ISL152299 | NSW No. 405187443 | ACT No. 17501009 | QLD No. 3258669 *The $200 discount is available only to persons entering into a 3 year Initial Term alarm monitoring contract. Total monitoring price for the Initial Term is $1150.20, payable in 36 monthly installments of $31.95. Price for alarm installation is $790.00, $200 off RRP of $990.00. This price includes installation of 1x Alexor Panel, 1x Keypad Prox Tag, 2x Wireless PIR, 1x 2-Way Outdoor Siren and 1x Power Supply & Back up Battery & Telephone Lead. Offer valid until 30 September 2011 and is subject to the customer signing ADT s standard Customer Service Agreement, a copy of which is available at ww w.adtsecurity.com.au 200 $on your new alarm installation* SAVING While valuables can be replaced after a break-in, precious memories can be gone forever. Get peace of mind knowing ADT Security is helping to protect those things that matter the most to you. With full installation, fast alarm response and 24/7 monitoring, wherever you are, rest assured ADT Security is Always There. Contact ADT Security now on 131 238 or adtsecurity.com.au Help safeguard your precious memories with ADT Security PERGOLAS DECKS OPENING ROOFS CARPORTS 1300 361 390 Visit our Showroom 361 Pennant Hills Road, Pennant Hills NSW 2120 www.pergolaland.com.au Call Us to arrange a booking with one of our experienced Design Consultants 1 The Trusted Outdoor Additions Specialist
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