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Home Living : July 29th 2008
6 HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, July 29, 2008 Surface tension » ADVERTISING FEATURE HOMELIVING Coating systems to suit all substrate conditions are now available. The MiTex Advanced Coating Systems range consists of a number of acrylic or polymer modified cement preparation products to suit all kinds of substrate conditions. MiTex's acrylic texture coats each have different profile depths and patterns to achieve an attractive, durable finish. CSR has applied its extensive knowledge of substrates in the development of MiTex to develop a range of products that best interact with all kinds of substrates. General manager, new business, Gary May says that the launch of MiTex Advanced Coating Systems will be highly beneficial to the building industry. ''The wide range of MiTex systems, combined with CSRs technical expertise, means that the building trade can rely on CSR to achieve the very best finish for their projects,'' he said. Details: www.mitex.com.au Hit the roof over energy price hikes With electricity costs predicted to rise by 16 per cent and gas by 9 per cent, now is the time to implement a plan to combat energy bill hikes with insulation rebates. On average, one-third of all home energy use is for heating and cooling. The single most effective way to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs is to install insulation. This one-off outlay will provide immediate and long-lasting environmental and financial benefits. With the introduction of insulation rebates, insulation is even more affordable. The rebate applies to installing insulation in existing homes and is 50 per cent off the total cost, up to $300. Insulation, such as Bradford Gold Insulation, can keep you up to seven degrees cooler in summer and 10 degrees warmer in winter. Combining roof space ventilation with an insulated ceiling will greatly assist in making the home even more comfortable. In summer, roof-space temperatures can reach more than 70C. However, roof-space ventilation combats this problem by extracting stale and hot air, making your ceiling insulation more effective. Installing insulation is a great way to do your bit for the environment and can save up to one tonne of greenhouse gas emissions a year. For more information on how insulation can make your home more energy efficient, call Bradford Insulation on 1300 850 305 or visit www.bradfordinsulation.com.au cumberlandnewspapers.com.au 2189101 Inspiration, innovative products and practical solutions Each week Home Living provides you with the latest in renovation, interior decorating and design Introduce your business to over 1.8 million* prospective customers. phone 9689 5395 *Roy Morgan Readership Survey, September 2006 supershades super SALE! • awnings • shutters • blinds • curtains FREE INSTALLATION on all timber shutters* FREE measure, quote and advice - ph 9938 4377 1/9 Powells Rd Brookvale 2100. Innovative Shade Solutions Since 1980 *Sale runs until 31st August 2008. www.supershades.com.au email: email@example.com 10% off Normandy Timber Shutters Display Kitchens Wanted!!! 70% of normal prices Kitcheners Kitchens has an impressive range of brand new Call 1800 826 144 now (24hrs) for more info or visit www.kitcheners.com.au HUGE DISPLAY DISCOUNT! Please supply more info Please send e-book Book free design & quote Name Phone Email Suburb Free Post: Kitcheners Kitchens PO Box 7044, Alexandria, NSW 2015 NZ Does your pool have cracks, rust spots, broken tiles, cracked pavers, flaking paint or just need a face lift. ASK ABOUT OUR WINTER SAVINGS $$$ WARATAH POOLS FOR FREE ESTIMATION CALL 9911 6628 NEED A FACELIFT DOES YOUR POOL 2273480i hln wk52
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