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Home Living : February 28th 2012
2 HLF - HOME LIVING: NORTH WEST, Tuesday, February 28, 2012 MB INSULATION THE LIGHT BRIGADE Glare can detract from a room. WHAT to consider: Let the light in -- Glare from natural light can detract and make a room uncomfortable. UV in natural light can dis- colour fabrics, floors and furni- ture. Cool in summer -- Low-E glass reduces the amount of natural daylight entering your home. A thin metallic coating on the glass deflects much of the solar energy striking its sur- face, reducing heat transfer though the glass and away from your home's interior. Warm in winter -- Double glazing works by introducing a second layer of glass to create a static air gap and transparent insulating barrier. It also keeps the inner pane of glass closer to room temperature. WINDOWS ROOM WITH A VIEW ENERGY-EFFICIENT GLASS THE NEW TREND Windows play a critical role in your home's comfort and energy consumption. THERE is much more to win- dows than you think. More than any other feature, windows set the mood of your home, provid- ing views, ventilation, daylight and a sense of spaciousness. They also play a critical role in your home's comfort and energy consumption. Central heating and aircon- ditioning make a home more comfortable but use energy, cost money and create greenhouse gases. The installation of energy-efficient glass for win- dows is a new trend in home building. Energy-efficient windows cre- ate a more comfortable, light- filled and secure home, as well as helping reduce your house- hold's energy consumption. Less artificial heating and cooling also means a more re- warding and healthier place to live. Greater energy efficiency also allows you to have larger windows, maximizing views and natural light. You can also combine energy- efficient glass with windows that reduce noise, the need for cleaning, provide protection from intruders and create shel- ter from extreme weather. Get the most out of your home and decide on your double glaz- ing needs by visiting: www.seebeyondwindows.com. FREE 'IN HOME' CONSULTATION 1300 137 198 www.ccbd.com.au W Curtains W Romans W Sunscreens W Pelmets W Swags W Shutters W All Blinds W Bedspreads LATEST DESIGNS IN CURTAINS & BLINDS by Design CREATIVE CURTAINS 2188211i 11/1 MD Regular MD Budget MD Luxury FROM $399 ,IC .O # !". 48 HOUR TURN AROUND 2116783m 13/12 0 Generate Your Own Electricity and Save! SPECIAL OFFER FOR FIRST 50 CUSTOMERS ONLY $999* 1.5kw system with 2kw inverter (8 panels) 2kw system $1,999* (10 panels) for only 3kw system $4,499* (16 panels) for only 5kw system $8,499* (26 panels) for only Fully installed by CEC Accredited Licenced Electricians Office: (02) 8840 9793 Mobile: 0421 806 328 firstname.lastname@example.org www.eurosolar.com.au Lic. No. 232564C *Conditions apply. Meter installation NOT included. FREE UPGRADE TO 2KW INVERTER WITH 1.5KW SYSTEM* 2016003 28/02 HIGH EFFICIENCY PANEL WITH 25 YEAR WARRANTY* WE'LL BEAT ANY LEGITIMATE QUOT E 5 BY% SOLAR POWER SPECIALIST CALL 1300 959 013 We offer a range of Gable and Flat Awnings and Carports, Conservatories and Sunrooms, designed to suit your needs and your budget. FREE QUOTES Phone 9627 1922 Interest Free terms - conditions apply Awning with Gable (6000x3000) $4340 Screen Enclosure with Glass Wall (6000x3000) $7000 Unit 1, 58-60 Melbourne Road (Cnr Brisbane Rd) Riverstone www.adams-newdawn.com Improve the value of your home 2191459 07/02 SUMMER SPECIAL Authorised Dealer Authorised Dealer SPLIT & DUCTED AIR CONDITIONING WILL YOU BE COOL THIS SUMMER? SAVE UP TO $600 on Daikin Ducted Systems SAVE UP TO $300 on Daikin Split Systems PHONE NOW for a FREE In-Home Quote 9531 7462 2121776 27/12
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