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Home Living : February 28th 2012
MB HLS - HOME LIVING: SOUTH, Tuesday, February 28, 2012 1 QUALITY CAN SAVE ENERGY CHOOSE TO SUIT LIFESTYLE Janita Singh Carpets help retain warmth in a room and make a great floor covering for children. MAINTENANCE If it vacuums up then it ain't dirty, is usually how carpet owners think. But what most don't know is the industry recommends that carpets should be cleaned at least once every year. It's worth every cent having your carpet professionally cleaned. You may be able to negotiate a price with a carpet company if you use them regularly. There is a wide range of DIY professional carpet care products that can also help. Carpets need to be regularly vacuumed, especially in areas of heavy traffic. Spills are part of every carpet. Carefully blot up any spill but do not rub. There are many products available that can be applied straight to the spill and won't stain. Work from the outside inwards to avoid the spill or stain spreading out. CARPETS PICKING floor coverings is a personal choice. Your lifestyle and cost will be two major driving forces. The debate over which is best -- carpet or hard floor- ing -- has been going on for many years. In Australia, while many love timber flooring, just as many still opt for carpets to project that cosy feel for their homes. Carpets make sense for countries that have cooler climates. The benefits de- rived from selecting good quality carpets in any type of application are manifold. These include sound insu- lation, energy savings, comfort underfoot, a safe, non-slip floor and easy in- stallation and cleaning of many of the contemporary varieties. Today's new range also gives consumers great flexibility on design and quality. Carpets can also help re- tain warmth in a room. They have low heat conduc- tion and are natural ther- mal insulators, creating a heat barrier. Go to your hardware or carpet store and give them as much information as possible to pick one that suits your lifestyle. Seen any great ideas? Tell us at email@example.com REDUCE HEAT AND GLARE Toned glass windows are a simple way to reducing the amount of heat and glare entering your home, while maintaining your views. GREEN EDUCATION Our Home Our Planet program is an educational initiative providing people with simple and practical ways to reduce energy consumption at home. PAINT WITH ATTITUDE Autumn paints are about different attitudes. Easy neutral colours, restful violets, warm oranges and reds are all making their mark. MANUFACTURER DIRECT QUALITY PRODUCTS AT TRADE PRICES 2/52 Alfred Rd, Chipping Norton (opp Mack Trucks) CALL TODAY 1300 302 822 www.maverickrollerproducts.com.au ROLLER SHUTTERS L Domestic Roller Shutters L Shopfront Roller Shutters L Pergola Roller Shutters L Heavy Duty Extruded Shutters L 10 Year Written Warranty L Fast Professional Installation by Qualified Tradesman L Reduce Heating & Cooling Bills L Deter Burglars L Reduce Noise L Storm Protection FREE MEASURE & QUOTE Lic No 196633C WE SERVICE MOST BRANDS OF SHUTTERS 2123814i 17/5 *Discounts off R.R.P. on selected ranges only. Offer supercedes previous offers. 27995 QUALITY BLIND PRICES WHACKED! SYDNEY BLINDS & SCREENS 9636 1555 Showroom: 26 Stoddart Road, Prospect. (Mon--Fri & Sun) www.sydneyblinds.com.au Best prices ever seen! FREE quotes ALL suburbs HOWZAT! A SMASHING... •VERTICALS •VENETIANS •ROMANS •ROLLERS •PANEL GLIDES •SHUTTERS •AWNINGS PHONE NOW FOR YOUR FREE MEASURE AND QUOTE. MD Regular MD Budget MD Luxury FROM $399 ,IC .O # !". 48 HOUR TURN AROUND 2116783m 13/12 0 • 2 x Mirror doors • Wall to wall up to 2.4m wide • 1 x Single Hanging space • 1 x Draw unit (4 draws) + 3 shelving •1xShoerack • 1 x Double hanging space • 3 x mirror doors •Walltowallupto 3.6m wide Bankstown 9786 0395e Surcharge applies to Campbelltown area Wally's Wardrobe World 2173633i hlc wk49 up to 2.4m wide up to 3.6m wide 2.4m high 2.4m high $570 inc GST $870 inc GST
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