The Centralian advocate Fri 19 Feb 2010
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Centralian Advocate, Friday, February 19, 2010 49 P U B : C A D V D A T E : 1 9 -F E B -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 4 9 C O L O R : C M Y K HOME RENOVATIONS A Centralian Advocate Advertising Feature Locally Owned & Operated STEEL SUPPLIERS Roofi ng Fencing Corrugated Colourbond Shed Kits Flat Bar Square & Round Tube RHS & SHS Duralin Purlin Angle Reinforcing Enquiries & Quotations welcome 8953 7355 firstname.lastname@example.org 6 7 3 4 0 5 /1 0 Perfect for your Home Patio ~ Deck ~ Pool ~ Entertainment Area Perfect for your Business Restaurants ~ Hotels ~ Motels ~ Resorts ~ Shop Fronts Stylish UV Protection Modern & Colourful 20 Cool Shades available Variety of Styles & Sizes Versatile Durable Heavy Duty Product Enquires Welcome Sandra & Craig: 0419 840 414 www.al icesprings.paradiseumbrel las.com 6 5 3 4 0 5 /1 0 6 8 3 4 0 5 /1 0 A Shade Better than the Rest... Ph/F 8953 5122 ...No Job too small Ph/F 8953 2700 Peter & Kaylene Sullivan Receive up to $1200 FREE under the Australian Governments environmental stimulus package GOVERNMENT APPROVED INSTALLER SAFE PRODUCT - CELLULOSE FIBRE SAVE on your power bills - REDUCE your carbon footprint Environmentally Friendly - Made from recycled materials RECOMMENDED for people with Asthma & Allergies Contains Fire proofi ng retardant & Vermin proof retardant We are NOW INSTALLING in YOUR AREA Phone for FREE Quote or any enquiries, please call 0267 852 619 or 0458 971 247 RC Insulation 6 1 3 4 0 5 /1 0 Keep in the shade with giant umbrella Craig and Sandra Prettejohn demonstrate one of the uses of a giant shade umbrella over a swimming pool. A full 360-degree rotating shade umbrella can provide shade for various areas around the pool or entertaining area as required. To keep cool while outdoors give Sandra and Craig Prettejohn, from Paradise Shade Umbrellas, a call on 0419 840 414. STAY in the shade and keep cool while outdoors during the hot summer months by installing an umbrella from Paradise Shade Umbrellas. A giant shade umbrella has all the advantages and they cater for the pool, backyard, clubs, resorts, cafes and businesses. These umbrellas are the ultimate providers of shade, and have a modern and colourful design that will enhance your entertainment area, spa or poolside. Paradise Shade Umbrellas have a vast range of umbrellas with 25 different models available from the 2.7m centre post umbrella to the versatile cantilever 360-degree 5m Shademaster umbrella. There is a wide range of fabric colours for the umbrella canopy and, depending on the colour, the shade co-efficiency can be as high as 97 per cent. You will be kept cool and free from sunburn under an umbrella from Paradise Shade Umbrellas as the shade fabric cloth is up to 99 per cent UV rated. The umbrellas are made out of steel or aluminium and are heavy duty engineered to resist winds at 48km/h while standing upright and 180km/h in a folded down and stored position. Structures for shelter from burning sun ESTABLISHED in 2001, Shadetech in Alice is the longest-established shade business in town and provides customers with quality shades and professional service. Shadetech in Alice designs and installs shade structures to suit individual needs. Structures can be used to shade areas such as pools, carparks and play equipment to ensure you and your family and friends keep cool and free from sunburn while outdoors. Shadetech in Alice has installed a large number of commercial and domestic shades throughout Alice Springs, Yulara and surrounding communities. If you are keen to install the poles yourself, Shadetech can supply them and the information needed to install them. Shadetech in Alice can then site measure and install the cloth so it is fitted correctly and not void the warranty. Shade sails are the perfect answer to making your outdoor living a much cooler experience. Give Shadetech in Alice a call on 8953 5122 or drop into their premises at 78 Elder Street. Insulate your home THE business will not be in Alice Springs for at least two weeks but when your house is insulated by RC Insulation, it will be worth the wait. RC Insulation is based in northwestern NSW, but will extend its s e r v i c e s t o A l i c e Springs in the upcoming weeks so Centralians can get much needed insulation to survive the scorching summer and freezing winter. RC Insulation uses e n v i r o n m e n t a l l y friendly cellulose fibre which can make your house 12C cooler when it is hot and 12C warmer when it is cold, which means you lose less energy to keep your house at a comfortable temperature. The cellulose fibre reduces energy bills by up to 40 per cent 83 per cent of the fibre is recycled material , which means it is great for the environment. The cellulose fibre creates a thermal blanket as it goes over the whole ceiling and leaves no gaps, which means that none of the outdoor heat or cool can come through the roof. RC Insulations cellulose fibre is recommended as suitable for those people who are asthmatic or have allergies. The cellulose fibre is fireproof and verminretardant. Under the Australian Governments new Environment Stimulus Package, insulation is free until the cost reaches $1200. This means insulating any home that is 110sqm or smaller can be free of charge. So to get your house insulated by RC Insulation, give Cassandra Glanville a call on 0458 971 247.
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