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Upper Hutt Leader : May 18th 2011
7 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 18, 2011 NEWS 2150018BP We believe in providing professional service without costly price tags. Come in and see us today: you'll notice the difference! 578 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt Tel: 528 4788 UPPER HUTT VETERINARY HOSPITAL & CATTERY Course starts TUESDAY May 24th ~ 7.30pm Puppies 6 to 32 weeks old welcome $50 per course Professional training, socialise with other pups, demonstrations and FREE goodie bags! Bookings Essential You are invited to our PUPPY PARTY! Winner of Wellington Best Specialist Restaurant MANO'S LICENSED RESTAURANT The Exquisite Indian Dining Experience "Serving for 20 years authentic Indian & Malaysian cuisine to pamper the discerning tastes of Upper Hutters" Fully Licensed & BYO Wine Only 39 Main Street, Upper Hutt Ph 939 9288 Fax 939 9336 LUNCH Tues-Fri 12-2 from DINNER Mon-Sun 5pm onwards Sun-Thurs Complimentary Soup for Diners 3668042 Family Restaurant & Bar Proud to be YOUR No. 1 Local FAMILY Restaurant & Bar!! 1 Turon Cres, Totara Park • Ph 526 7002 Email: email@example.com 3485707AH Wednesday 18th May ALL KIDS MEALS HALF PRICE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.upperhuttrestaurantandbar.com (Also follow us on facebook) Family place to be... LIVE SPORTS, POOL TABLE etc NEW MENU STARTING SOON! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 021 270 9113 3489075 PAUL SWAIN UPPER HUTT REGIONAL COUNCILLOR Expect River Rd delays River Rd users should expect delays as traffic is moved on to the new part of the road to allow resealing of the old surface. The work is part of the Silver- stream to Moonshine safety improvements to widen the road and install a safety barrier. New Zealand Transport Agency operations manager Mark Owen says motorists may experience some delays over the next month and a half while the surfacing work is carried out. Work on the existing highway surface began on Sunday and is expected to be completed in early July. We re laying a fresh new coat of seal on the existing highway, and while this work is happening we ll be moving traffic to the newly widened lanes to ensure we can keep a lane in each direction open and minimise delays. Mr Owen says cyclists are asked to use alternative routes while the work is carried out as there will be less lane width available to them. Motorists are advised to adjust speeds to suit the conditions as some areas may have no road markings for a short period, together with reduced speed limits during the works. Mr Owen said the surfacing of the Silverstream to Moonshine safety improvements, which involves sealing the new, widened sections of highway, is progressing well and is expected to be completed in early June. The project will improve journeys and safety along this stretch of highway by providing three lanes and sealed shoulders along its entire length, and a new central median barrier to separate traffic in each direc- tion. Once the final asphalt has been laid, the new central median barrier will be installed, with the completion of the proj- ect expected to be on schedule in August. We re grateful to motorists for their patience and under- standing while we work towards completing this important safety project, he says. Window protector promoted An Upper Hutt business has been delivering safety film samples to Main St businesses whose windows were etched by vandals. Glasspro has a protective win- dow film that hides the etching and gives windows the attributes of safely glass and also protects against further etching. Owner Don Wood, who holds the lower North Island franchise for the product, says windows could be treated for a tenth of the price of replacing them. Some business windows could cost $15,000 to $20,000 to replace with glass, while apply- ing the film could cost $1500 to $2000, he says. Mr Wood says some Christ- church businesses used the film on their windows after the Sept- ember quake. In the February quake the glass broke but held together like modern safety glass, he says. The product was originally developed to protect windows in central North Island forestry trucks. Mr Wood says his company has put film on several Hutt City Council buildings that had etched windows. Examples of the company s work are on its website glasspro.co.nz. Company Profle 3650187 MagicSeal your existing windows for cost effective thermal and acoustic insulation For ten years now Kapiti locals, Christine and Richard Warring have been the proud agents for MagicSeal double glazing; a cost effective, proven and reputable magnetic system to double glaze your existing windows easily and effectively. "Even well insulated homes will lose up to 50% of heat through windows," says Richard. "Being able to double glaze your existing windows with MagicSeal can not only save on your heating bills, but also signifcantly reduce condensation, mildew and noise." "A combination of heat pump or log burner and double glazing provides the ultimate benefts in thermal insulation; however if you have problems warming your home with an undersized heatpump, the results of installing MagicSeal can be dramatic." The secondary glazing component of MagicSeal is an innovative German acrylic with an inbuilt UV inhibitor 5% DISCOUNT VOUCHER Innovative screening and secondary glazing solutions for windows and doors Kapiti Coast; Hutt Valley www.magicseal.com Phone 0800 104466 Christine Jurgensen Richard Warring Tel/fax 04 297 1232 027 231 1456 Reduce Moisture and Noise 3727283AA which not only provides a warmer surface than glass effectively reducing condensation, but also enhances the life of the product and protects carpet, drapes and furnishings from fading. The manufacturers of the acrylic stand by their product by extending a 30 year guarantee. Your local Agents will warrant thee fnished product for 10 years with a 12 month warranty on installation and workmanship. "Ventilation in your home is very important for moisture management," adds Christine. "We achieve this by ftting MagicSeal around catches and hardware so your opening windows can still be opened." Refurbishing your windows with MagicSeal double glazing will add huge value to your home; whether you reft the whole house or just one room at a time you will notice an immediate improvement to your personal comfort and heating bills. Visit www.magicseal.com for more information. 3 Kokako Road, Paraparaumu Contact Richard or Christine on 0800 10 44 66 or (04) 297 1232 KAPITI
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