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• By Julia Evans

A DATE has been set for

a meeting between elderly

Mairehau retirees, Ryman

Healthcare staff and Environment

Canterbury bosses over plans to

re-route the Orbiter.

An ECan spokeswoman

confirmed that chief executive Bill

Bayfield, and chairman

Steve Lowndes, will visit Diana

Isaac Retirement Village on May

11.

“In the meantime, ECan staff

are working with Diana Isaac

Retirement Village management

and residents to seek their advice

while developing options,” she

said.

It comes as a group of 80 retirees

presented ECan a petition,

pleading it to reconsider route

changes to the Orbiter that would

see the closest bus stop move

900m away from the village.

“We’re very pleased. We’ve had

a huge response from residents

in the village, staff and others,”

resident and petition organiser

Graham Tate said.

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THE ORBITER, an institution of the city’s public transport

system.

I’m sure that bus has taken the same route since the dawn

of time, so it’s no wonder people are unhappy with the sudden

change.

The Northern Corridor has a lot to answer for, let’s hope it

pays off.

On page 1, a date has been set for Environment Canterbury

bosses and the elderly Mairehau retirees fighting the changes to

meet.

Petition organiser Graham Tate told me they’ve been working

on a number of different proposals that they’ll pitch to chief

executive Bill Bayfield and chairman Steve Lowndes.

Hopefully, they get the response they’re after and a

compromise is found.

Either that or they might get offered a job in ECan’s public

transport department.

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Larger signs to deter sex workers

• By Julia Evans

4 2 2 2

SIGNS ALERTING the

public that CCTV cameras

are operational in residential

Manchester St discouraging

street-based sex work will be

made larger to target drivers.

Since late last year, the city

council has been working with

the community, the New Zealand

Prostitutes Collective and

police, to encourage street-based

sex workers to move away from

residential areas after calls from

residents.

As part of that work six large

signs will be installed in the

St Albans area on Manchester

St to alert people that surveillance

cameras are operating,

city council general manager

citizens and community Mary

Richardson said.

A city council report said:

“These signs (750mm x 750mm)

will replace two small existing

signs (375mm x 375mm) that

are only legible to pedestrians.”

The signs will be installed by

May.

Following the February 22,

2011, earthquake, and the loss of

the central city a swell of street

workers moved from the central

city part of Manchester St into

St Albans.

Residents have since been battling

to move the street-workers

on for six years after reports of

needles and syringes, human

faeces, used condoms, and

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Vandalism to houses and cars

has also been reported, as well

as thefts.

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It comes as the city

council opposed introducing

a by-law banning street

workers from residential areas

last year.

“Rather than resorting to a

bylaw, which could not necessarily

be enforced, we have been

working with agencies and the

community to find other ways

of tacking the issues,’’ Ms Richardson

said.

But recent monitoring shows

only one or two sex workers are

regularly operating in the area

north of Bealey Ave.

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Orbiter route meeting with retirees

•From page 1

The Orbiter stop outside the

village’s entrance on Philpotts Rd

would move 900m away to Innes

Rd.

“It’s a terrible thing to impose

on elderly people,” Mr Tate said.

Mr Tate said before the meeting

with Mr Lowndes and Mr

Bayfield, the group would meeting

with ECan staff to discuss options

and investigate alternatives.

“There are a lot of options, we

can see, that would keep the bus

accessible,” he said.

But while Mr Tate said the

group was “very pleased” with

the prospect of a meeting.

“We won’t be counting our

chickens before they hatch.”

The Orbiter currently runs

along QE II Drive, right into

Philpotts Rd and onto Innes Rd.

But the Northern Corridor

work will restrict right hand

turning in and out of Philpotts

Rd.

ECan plans to change the route

so the bus would use Cranford St

then Innes Rd, skipping out the

QE II Drive and Philpotts Rd section

altogether.

Said ECan chairman Steve

Lowndes: “The only viable option

we have for the Orbiter is to reroute

via Cranford St.”

But Mr Tate said the group was

“optimistic” that ECan would

reconsider.

PASSION: Diana Isaac Retirement Village residents are

opposing ECan’s proposed changes to the Orbiter route, which

would move the bus stop 900m further away from the complex.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

“We’re just waiting to see

something concrete and we’ll

be maintaining representation.

We’d certainly be out protesting

again, but we’re hoping it won’t

come down to that,” he said.

ECan plans to implement the

changes later this year.

In a letter to ECan, Ryman

Healthcare chief executive Gordon

MacLeod said the village was

home to more than 600 residents

and 200 staff, and the Orbiter was

a “crucial” form of transport.

St Bede’s College deputy rector

Gerry Davidson wrote a letter

of support for the petition. He

urged ECan to look at alternate

routes.

Mr Lowndes said ECan is

still looking at other means of

continuing the coverage and one

option could include “one in five,

or one in 10” Orbiter buses going

via the village.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Will

you be affected by the

change to the Orbiter? Email

your views to julia.evans@

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JULIANA HUNG has claimed

the biggest victory of her

amateur career by winning the

New Zealand Stroke Play at the

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

The Burnside High student

went wire-to-wire to win her

maiden women’s NZ stroke play

title with a final round of evenpar

as she showed patience

in difficult conditions to be

crowned the country’s best.

It was the second year in a

row that a Burnside High golfer

has claimed the title after Amelia

Garvey’s success in 2017.

Hung’s two-shot victory

(which was a seven shot lead

with three to play) goes down as

the 16-year-old’s biggest victory

to date in what is shaping up to

be a very promising career and

she was unable to take the smile

off her face.

“It definitely feels pretty good,

I’m so happy that I won after

playing solid all week and it’s

easily the biggest win of my

career,” said Hung.

“We have some pretty good

players in Canterbury, including

the guys, so it’s always nice to

play well for the region.”

Hung has gained a lot of

experience over the past year

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Call to lower speed limits further

• By Julia Evans

HAREWOOD School’s calls for

lower speed limits on its roads

are finally being heard.

But principal Julie Greenwood

said the school would still prefer

limits to be lowered further.

The city council

has opened for

submissions on

a proposal that

would see speed

limits around

Julie

Greenwood

Harewood,

including outside

the school, lowered

to 60km/h.

Parts of Sawyers Arms,

Waimakariri, Harewood, Styx

Mill and Gardiners Rds could all

become 60km/h.

The city council is also proposing

parts of Highstead, Claridges,

Hussey and Harewood

Rd be reduced to 50km/h from

80km/h.

“The proposed speed limit

changes take into account safe

and appropriate speeds in

accordance with the NZTA approved

guides to speed management.

They aim to address the

changing nature of post-quake

north-west Christchurch with its

recent and proposed residential

developments,” a city council

report said.

Ms Greenwood said:” We are

thrilled that the council is consulting

about lowering the speed

limit to 60km/h on Harewood

Rd. We support lowering the

speed and encourage people to

make submissions.”

However, she said the school

would still prefer the limit be

lowered to 50km/h along Harewood

Rd.

“Ten kilometres per hour will

make a positive difference however

making the speed limit

50km/h all along Harewood

Rd would provide consistency

for motorists and make it even

safer.”

Ms Greenwood told the

Nor’West News last year that

when many drivers pass the

school, they seem to have a case

of “lead-foot.”

She had been pleading with

the city council to lower the

limit.

Outside pick-up and drop-off

times, the stretch of road in

front of the school is currently

70km/h – though for the last

CONCERN:

The speed

limit on

Harewood

Rd outside

Harewood

School could

be lowered.

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SLOAN ​

three years that has been reduced

to 50km/h.

“The changes seek to mitigate

the effects of increased traffic

flows along previously rural

roads and reduce the risk and

severity of accidents to the residents

and users of these roads,”

the report said.

•Submissions can be made

at www.ccc.govt.nz/thecouncil/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/

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FIRE HYDRANT CONCERNS

The Papanui-Innes Community

Board has asked the city council

enforcement team to actively

monitor Papanui’s Perry St after

reports vehicles had been parking

over a fire hydrant. The board also

approved no stopping restrictions

for the section of the street after

residents expressed concerns that

emergency services would not be

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event of a fire if a car was parked

on top of it.

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Tuesday April 3 2018

Your Local Views

Casebrook

resident

Beverley

Scott writes

about her

concerns

regarding

Environment

Canterbury’s

proposed bus cuts as part

of its draft Long Term Plan

I am writing in regards to the

termination of the bus route

107 from Northlands Shopping

Centre to Styx Mill as proposed

by Environment Canterbury

along with five other essential

bus routes.

I find the termination of this

bus route and others completely

unnecessary for the following

reasons.

One of the reasons given is low

patronage, however, on Friday,

March 9, I travelled on the 107

bus at 8am and returned at 4pm.

On both services there was

standing room only and 70 per

cent of the people were high

school students for whom this was

their only method of transport

to school. So by terminating this

service ECan will essentially be

preventing children from getting

an education. Yes, these children

could bike or walk to school.

However, what happens if they

have a medical condition that

prevents them from doing this

and is it really healthy to bike in

the middle of winter when it is

pouring with rain or the temperature

is below freezing?

I thought the plan was to get

more people using the buses,

especially after the earthquakes,

but by terminating the 107 and

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Standing room only on some bus services

108 routes it will omit a large

area and also have a huge impact

on retail and tourism. The 107

is the only bus that goes past

Willowbank and this is used by

tourists every week.

I have had the privilege to direct

tourists to the 107 bus to get

to Willowbank. I personally use

the 107 to go to the Supa Centre

on a regular basis and will no

longer shop there if this service

is terminated.

From a personal point of view

I am unable to drive and therefore

rely on public transport

every day. The termination of

the 107 will mean I have to walk

to the next nearest bus and with

acute asthma that often flares up

in winter this will be impractical

and cause me to have significantly

more time off work.

I also have an elderly mother

who visits once a week and

would not be able to walk from

Northlands to my house so

relies on the 107 bus. My elderly

neighbours are also very afraid

it will prevent them from having

any social life if this is terminated

and I believe this applies

to a large number of people in

the area.

There is a new retirement

home being built at the end of

Cavendish Rd which will have

no bus access nearby so many

residents will not be able to go

and visit friends and family.

As for the other routes being

terminated I know there are

many people that use one of

these routes for access to and

from Burwood Hospital for

ongoing therapy and care.

Again if this route is terminated

health care of these patients

will be in jeopardy and they will

not get the quality healthcare

they need. There are also other

school students affected by the

termination of the 145 route.

Even if the routes ran on

reduced frequency it will still

be beneficial to keep them. Has

ECan even considered this as an

option? It appears not.

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Readers react to a recent

article regarding elderly

Mairehau residents

protesting against the

proposed changes to the

Orbiter bus route

Lynne Bear Henderson

– This is going to affect a lot

of elderly and disabled people.

Buses are lifelines to the community.

Please don’t limit access

for elderly and disabled people

by doing this. This will have

unfavourable outcomes in health

and well-being which will in

turn cost more money.

Stephan Lance Gardiner

– I don’t see any problem. The

new route would be better.

Carolyn Hunter – Maybe

if they changed timetable . . .

its common to see two or three

right behind each other and not

full.

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Major revamp for Waimairi courts

SPORTS

Students

named in NZ

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after Maadi

FOLLOWING TOP rowing

performances at the Maadi Cup,

a group of students have been

named as the New Zealand

junior trialists

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School’s Isabella

Carter has been selected for

the girls trials, and is one of two

Christchurch girls named.

In the boys trial squad, Maadi

Cup winners Christ’s College

had three students, Alex Todhunter,

Jamie Batchelor and Max

Goodwin, selected.

Coming out of its biggest

Maadi medal haul ever and having

been named the best South

Island boys’ school, Christchurch

Boys’ High students Jack

Chapman, Matt White, Tom

Woelders and Will Gilbert were

also named as trialists.

Tom recently won a head-tohead

erg race against two-time

Olympic gold medallist Eric

Murray during a fundraiser

at the school to get students to

Maadi Cup.

Former St Andrew’s student

Zackary Rumble has also been

selected for the trial.

WORK IS well under way

on a $500,000 project at the

Waimairi Tennis Club, in

Watford St, which will see

improved surfaces for all seven

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but the time had come for a major

revamp, said club president

Lloyd Russell.

“Work started in January

and play at the club has been

out of action for three months

with coaching and tennis

programmes transferred to

other venues. We’re very

grateful to Elmwood and St

Paul’s Tennis Clubs for letting

us use their courts during this

period.

“And we’re very appreciative

of the immediate neighbours

who have been understanding

while this sometimes noisy and

dusty work is being carried out.”

Four of the new courts will

be cushioned hard courts for

competition play and the other

three are all-weather synthetic

turf surfaces for coaching and

training.

Work is expected to be completed

by the end of April and an

ASTROTURF: Work is well under way at the Waimairi Tennis Club in Watford St as new

surfaces are laid on the club’s seven courts. ​

official opening celebration will

be held at the start of the new

season in September.

The largest club in Canterbury,

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and 140 seniors.

It has teams in many competitions.

Waimairi was named 2017

Club of the Year and was also a

finalist for overall outstanding

club of the year at the recent

Nexia NZ Sport Canterbury

Awards.

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Books for Ugandan pupils

ENGLISH teacher

Phoebe Wright recently

left St Andrew’s College

to take up a role in

Uganda.

But she didn’t leave

without taking books

from the school with

her.

Her year 9 StAC students

had written created

books for the pupils in

Uganda as part of their

curriculum.

The books are now

being shared all over the

village, with hand-written

notes from the student

authors inside.

New English teacher

Donna Jones is championing

another book

project to send more

books over to Africa later

in the year.

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EDUCATION: Former St Andrew’s teacher Phoebe

Wright (left) took books written by her StAC

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Uganda.

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highlights

International Rugby Programme

The 2018 Burnside High School International Rugby Programme (IRP)

commenced on 19 March. This year there are boys and girls from Germany,

Argentina, Italy, Korea, Japan, Afghanistan and Scotland in the group. The

IRP provides a programme of detailed rugby skill instruction, weight-training,

speed and agility sessions and of course rugby team involvement until the

end of August.

The first two weeks involve detailed orientation with several guest speakers

as well as physical and skill testing. The orientation is designed to help

the students enjoy their homestay experience, to provide advice on how

to proactively interact with their team-mates and to understand the New

Zealand road rules - all in all, how to enjoy the next 22 weeks of their rugby

adventure. The IRP has been running at Burnside High School from 2014 but

has already produced Olympians in Sevens and male and female national

team players in 7s and 15s.

BHS PTA Uniform Shop

The PTA Uniform Shop stocks new and second hand items. The shop

is located at the front of the school in A1. Now is the time to purchase

winter uniforms, all items are available at the shop.

Opening Hours are:

Monday lunchtime 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Tuesdays after school 2.45pm - 4.00pm

Wednesday 4th April after school 2.30pm - 4.00pm

A visit from Seasprite helicopter

The Navy Seasprite Helicopter is en route to the Warbirds Over Wanaka

Airshow. When the opportunity arose for the Seasprite helicopter to make

school visits on its way south, Burnside High School jumped at the chance.

STEM activities and exhibitions

Fifteen students from Ashburton College and Burnside High School

recently gathered at the Burnside Campus for four days of Germantaught

STEM activities and exhibitions (science, technology, engineering

& mathematics).

This opportunity was offered to all German-learning students from

the two schools as part of the PASCH schools program through the

Goethe-Institut, and was overseen by Goethe staff member Judith

Geare.

The foundation of the course was laid out on the first day, Friday,

where Bianca Violet and Philipp Legner from Imaginary introduced

the students to several computer programs based on fractals and

polynomial graphing. From there the students were set free to think

up their own exhibition projects and take them from paper sketches to

reality over the next three days.

With Christ The King School directly across the road they were also warmly

welcomed over.

As part of our career development programme, we invite many tertiary

providers to speak with our students throughout the year, to provide them

with a wide range of information and to assist them with their decision

making. It is not often that they turn up in a helicopter!

Today's helicopter visit was an amazing opportunity for 20 students who

have expressed an interest in the Defence Force. They not only got to see a

piece of the Defence Force in action; they also got to interact with the flight

crew and pick their brains about the variety of occupations available. Many

subject classes also benefited from the Seasprite’s visit, including Science

classes discussing the transfer of energy that occurs during a helicopter take

off; Physics classes discussing the rotor blades; and Mathematics classes with

problem sets based around helicopters.

We are grateful to the Defence Force for offering this opportunity to our

school.

Ideas ranged from metre-tall double pendulums to intricate optical

illusions, something from every aspect of the STEM curriculum.

The exhibits will be set up for viewing at the Burnside High School

library until the end of Term 1 and then will travel down to Ashburton to

allow all interested students (and keen maths teachers) to view, learn

and interact.

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

The health

effects of sugar

Should we be alarmed or is this

likely to be another area that science

backtracks on?

The answer to that question is Yes,

we should be worried, there are real

problems caused by the volume of sugar

being consumed by the average person

and when look back over the last decades

the problem is getting worse, not better.

developments in research and

understanding the fields of nutrition

and food safety change how we view

products we consume and patterns of

consumption can make the negative

effects of foods more pronounced.

while these advances should be

embraced, as each development leads

to better understanding and health

outcomes it can also be frustrating to

the average consumer who can feel like

just when they ‘get’ a good healthy eating

plan together, the rules change.

The recommendations for sugar are a

good example of how information can

be confusing, some sources encourage

the complete ban on all sugar containing

products and others, such as the heart

foundation recommend a reduction

rather than complete removal.

It’s not so confusing though really, at

no time in history has sugar ever been

presented as a healthy food, but as in the

past it took more effort to consume sugar

it was less of a problem, we could ‘get

away with it’.

In the past sugar was something that

you could control through how much

you added, in baking and to your cup of

tea. This knowledge then transferred into

the first generation of convenience food,

if it was sweet, it had sugar in it.

what we now face as a challenge is

not that suddenly sugar is bad, but that

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processed foods we consume, even when

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The availability and often-reduced

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With the facilities about to be completely reinvented it’s time to usher

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community fair? Everyone is welcome. There will be candy floss, book,

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Shirley Library, 36

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Super Saturday

Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning

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and craft. Storytimes is

an interactive programme

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rhymes and play. This is a

free session.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

Sheilah Winn

Shakespeare Festival

Saturday, 9am-5pm

Go along and enjoy

innovative fresh takes on

Shakespeare performed

by students from around

the Canterbury region.

For the 27th-year,

students will perform

five and 15min scenes

from the Bard’s plays at

the SGCNZ University

of Otago Sheilah Winn

Shakespeare Festival 2018.

You could see anything

from a steam punk Romeo

and Juliet brawl scene, a

Te Reo Hamlet to a classic

Elizabethan The Comedy

of Errors hilarity. Watch

old favourites with a new

twist or scenes from lesserknown

plays dusted off and

brought to daylight. Adults

$10, students $5.

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, 10 Matai St East

Stellar Strings

Saturday, 4pm

Stephen Larsen is a wellknown

New Zealand violin

teacher. His students, who

include several Rangi

current music scholars

and alumni, have enjoyed

success in numerous

competitions on a national

and international level, and

have gone on to work and

study all over the world. He

will be holding a concert

at Rangi Ruru showcasing

students he has tutored in

workshops on Saturday.

For more information, go

to https://nz.patronbase.

com/_RangiRuru/

Productions.

Merivale Lane Theatre,

10 Merivale Lane

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Cooling tips

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HOME & HEATING

Choosing the

right heat pump

for your home

Whether it be a new build, or

a retrofit, most homes include

at least one heat pump, if not a

whole heating solution. They can

provide cheap, clean heat and are

much more convenient than a log

burner as you just need to press a

button. But how do you decide

what is best? Choosing the right

sized heat pump is key to ensuring

optimum comfort levels. Every

situation varies and it is therefore

important to get professional

advice from heat pump experts.

The range varies from wall

mounted high walls, floor mounted systems,

multi systems, ceiling cassettes, right through

to ducted central heating systems allowing

you to have a very discreet way of heating

your whole home to a constant temperature

throughout.

Firstly, you must select a heat pump that is

suitable for the size of the space you wish

to heat. Usually a site visit is the best way to

ascertain this. Not only is the size of the area

taken into consideration but also, insulation,

building orientation, windows and ceiling

space. There are a wide range of heat pumps

available with different heating outputs so it is

important to select

the correct size for

Heating is a major

investment in your home

and it is vital to get the

right advice.

your requirements

that will handle

the job but not

be unnecessarily

overpowered.

Secondly, the

location of your

heat pump is also extremely important. The

cheapest installation is a back to back where

the outdoor unit is positioned directly behind

the indoor unit however this is not necessarily

always the best option. It is vital that the indoor

unit is positioned in a place that will not be

constantly blowing on you. Also important, is

the location of the outdoor unit. Most people

do not want their outdoor unit sitting directly

in their outdoor entertaining area or right

outside their bedroom window.

Choose a brand you can trust. Many brands

have come and gone over the years but there

are a number of manufacturers who provide

reputable and reliable products. All brands

vary in their energy efficiency, quietness of

systems and price, so it depends on your

application as to which will be most suitable.

Major brands such as Panasonic, Fujitsu,

Mitsubishi, Daikin, Toshiba and Hitachi are

all reliable brands backed up by good technical

after sales service.

Ensure your heat pump is installed by an

accredited installer. This will not only ensure

correct installation of your heat pump, but also

validate the manufacturers warranty.

Other things to

consider when

choosing a heat pump

are time clocks, ease

of use of the remote

controllers, air

filtration and also wifi

capabilities.

Heating is a major

investment in your home and it is vital to get

the right advice.

Enviro Master Ltd specialise in the supply,

installation and servicing of all major brands

of heat pumps. Our salesmen are engineers

ensuring you get quality, unbiased advice as

to which system will suit your application

the best. Enviro Master Ltd offer a free, no

obligation quote and will come to your home

to see what is required. Visit our website at

www.enviromaster.co.nz.

Fresh air

in your home

All houses require air exchange in order

to stay fresh and dry. No one likes to live

in a stuffy, smelly, damp home. Indoor air

quality is important for the health of the

occupants. Houses can have many sources of

contaminants, such as bathrooms, kitchens,

pets, smokers, and even furnishings. Opening

the windows can refresh the air, but is not

always an option for security reasons and can

also lead to heat energy being lost to outside.

Although older houses have small gaps around

windows and doors, you want to be able to

control the flow of air. You don’t want air

coming in to the bathroom or kitchen and

pushing the soiled air around the house. It

is better to expel the air out of kitchens and

bathrooms to outside. This will draw air in

from the rest of the house to replace the air that

has been removed.

Modern houses are very airtight and

theoretically require a source of incoming air

to allow kitchen and bathroom extraction to

work optimally. Ventilation systems should be

low air velocity and low air pressure so as not

to cause draughts.

There are two main types of ventilation system:

Positive pressure and Balanced pressure.

Positive pressure systems, such as the Dry-

Matic, bring filtered, warmed attic air into

the house, which then percolates through the

rooms, pushing the damper stale air out.

Balanced pressure systems bring in a similar

amount of air to the amount they exhaust.

Balanced pressure systems with Heat

Exchange, such as the HEX390, use the heat

of the outgoing air to warm the incoming

air from outside. These are the most energy

efficient systems available, as they recover up

to 80% of the energy in the air, rather than

losing it to outside. Heat exchangers work just

as well cooling incoming air when the house is

cooled in summer.

The NZ building code has recommended

air exchange rates for houses. To ascertain

the required airflow for your home, please

contact Smooth-Air on 0800 SMOOTH

(0800 766 684), who will also be able to

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Tuesday April 3 2018 17

REAL ESTATE

Corner the market in Westminster

165 Westminster Street, St Albans

3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 1 toilet | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street parks

Listing Number: ST7364

Our current owners have family

commitments visiting their nearest and

dearest overseas - hence this should leave

you in no doubt as their willingness to

sell.

This charming character bungalow has

been well maintained over the years, with

an updated kitchen/dining, bathroom,

separate lounge and 3 bedrooms. Extend

your summer al-fresco entertaining

options with the delightful north

facing deck and vistas of the garden.

Underfloor insulation plus the ambience

of a logburner and a heat pump for good

measure covers heating for the cooling

months.

The 671sqm grounds allow children to

play freely in the fully fenced property

where there is room for backyard cricket

and a trampoline. Move straight into this

friendly neighbour located on the fringe

of Merivale, zoned for St Albans Primary

School and Heaton intermediate is part

of the appeal for families, parents will

love the added bonus of cafes & amenities

virtually on your doorstep.

Homes in this sought-after location are

always popular and this gem offers an

affordable first (or second) step onto the

property ladder. Come and view before

it’s gone. Open Home: Sunday 8th April

2.15pm – 2.45pm.

See you at the Open Homes or for

a private viewing contact Peter or

Kathryn Hampton of Harcourts St

Albans - Holmwood (Licensed Agent

REAA 2008) on 377 0377 or Peter

mobile 021 367 761 or Kathryn mobile

021 889 903

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