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Coasting : Issue 8 Feb 2010
13 30.11.09 Thank you for your help in getting my home insulated. During the hot days we have had lately, I have been very grateful to have the noticeable improvement in conform from the insulation. Keep up the good work. Yours faithfully, Carolyn (Point Clare) 9.10.09 We would like to say how pleased we were with the staff you provided at the insulation of our home. Thank you Cheryl and Allan (Kincumber) INSULATION Free supply and install of insulation up to the value of $1,200 *Government rebate p. 4365 0598 | f. 4367 8314 | 3/221 The Entrance Road Erina | e. firstname.lastname@example.org | www.platinumair.com.au Contact us today for an obligation FREE quote and we will send one of our friendly and experienced sales consultants out to measure up your nominated property/ies without delay. Cooling and Heating 301109 your he p y Th k youfory c8644784-7Jan DON'T ALWAYS BELIEVE WHAT YOU READ IN THE PAPERS. THERE ARE THE GOOD STORIES AS WELL - YOU JUST DON'T HEAR THEM! The "Home Insulation Program is improving the energy efficiency of Australian homes - making them more comfortable, reducing their carbon footprint, cutting energy waste and helping householders save on energy bills." "For many homes insulation is the simplest and most cost effective way to make a house more energy efficient, keeping it cooler in summer and warmer in winter. It can save up to 40 per cent in heating and cooling bills. Insulation can also reduce condensation on walls and ceilings, and may lead to improved health outcomes." There is no better time than right now to get your ceiling insulated! Especially considering that at the moment, the Australian Government will contribute up to $1,200 for each eligible household. Why wait and miss out? There would be nothing worse than paying for it all out of your own pocket. www.coastingtoday.com.au MUM'S THE WORD: Mama Kin performs on the final day of the festival. HALF-NAKED: Shirts were optional when Barrel House played in the Lyre Bird tent. RESILIENT: Niki Fraser, left, and Bridie Reddan were unfazed by the mud and rain. WALK ON: Some of the colouful crowd start a march through the festival. BEES' KNEES: Three girls get the buzz of the festival.
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