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Home Living : May 31st 2011
HLW - HOME LIVING: WEST, Tuesday, May 31, 2011 1 HOMELIVING ............................................ INSIDE WARMING WAYS Keep the heat in Think energy saving IDEAL IDEAS Smart buy of the season 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. BUILT IN WARDROBES 9725 2266 www.kingwardrobe.com.au f. 9725 2166 e. email@example.com Unit 4/94 Hassall St, Wetherill Park GUARANTEED TO BEAT ANY PRICE Life time guarantee. Call now for a FREE measure & quote. We service all areas Eftpos available 2082994i 3/5 from $389 Penrith, Alexandria, Chatswood, Lowest Shutter Prices Country Oak Venetians off 20% Plus Receive Natura Roman Blinds 30% off Plus Receive Shantung Roller Blinds off 30% Plus Receive 131913 accentblinds.com.au Call for a free measure & quote It s our End Of Season Sale Wallsend, Oakflats, Seven hills AND our lowest shutter prices
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