Southern View: April 03, 2018

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• By Emily O’Connell

WINTER COULD be a little

chilly for about 45 of St Thomas

of Canterbury College’s students

and staff this year.

Trouble on the water

Big swells keep Sumner

Lifeboat busy

Page 5 Page 6

The group had their heads

shaved in a bid to raise money

for Shave for a Cure.

The annual event raises

money for Leukaemia & Blood

Cancer NZ – which receives no

Community board pay

Low pay rates haven’t turned

everyone off local politics

St Thomas

students

lose their locks

FOR A CAUSE: St Thomas of Canterbury College student Matthew Ryan sees the funny side of having his head shaved.

Government funding.

St Thomas’ social justice

leader Dominic Anisy said the

school tripled last year’s efforts

– raising more than $12,000 for

the cause.

He said their initial goal was

$6000 but they kept elevating it

as they surpassed their target.

St Thomas’ has now raised the

most money out of all schools in

New Zealand. •Turn to page 5

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• By Emily O’Connell

THE HALSWELL Domain skate

park won’t be ready until the end

of the year because of a resource

consent hold up.

Its consent, which is still pending,

is awaiting further information.

City council head of resource

consents John Higgins said “the

application is with a commissioner

to make a decision. He has

however asked a question of the

applicant which the applicant is

responding to.”

City council head of parks Brent

Smith said subject to gaining consent,

the Halswell Domain skate

park will be built in stages, with

construction set to start at the

end of August. He said the skate

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Addington’s history soon in print

AFTER A long wait, a book

about the history of Addington

is due to be published in June.

The book titled Local Lives: A

History of Addington was due to

be released on November, but

was postponed until June, due to

funding issues.

It is being

produced by

the Addington

Neighbourhood

Association

and

historian John

Wilson.

Mr Wilson

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has spent more

than 20 years

interviewing locals, pouring

over records and collating a huge

amount information to put the

368-page book together.

“I have talked to a lot of people,

but have missed a lot as well.

If I was to interview everyone on

the list, I would have been dead

for 20 years,” he said.

Mr Wilson, who now resides

in Arthur’s Pass, was working

for the city council heritage

team in the 1990s when he was

approached by the association

to write a book about the suburb.

The book begins with Addington’s

birth as a working-class

suburb in the 1860s and travels

LOOKING BACK: Local Lives: A History of Addington will feature more than 150 photos and

illustrations including this one with the concrete water tower which was built in 1883.

through the years up until the

Christchurch earthquakes.

Mr Wilson, who has a PhD in

history from Harvard University,

said it was great the book

was being designed and printed

in Christchurch.

The Addington Neighbourhood

Association will host

a book launch at St Mary’s

Church, in Church Square, Addinton,

on June 25

•Orders for the book can

be placed now for a prepublication

price of $40 to

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After publication it will be $50

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City council staff are investigating

the landscaping and will give the

Cashmere-Spreydon Community

Board urgent advice on reinstating

the pedestrian crossing.

UPKEEP NEEDED

Ngaio Marsh House and Heritage

Trust chairman Ian Lochead,

and trustee Margaret Sweet,

updated the Cashmere-Spreydon

Community Board on the state

of the Ngaio Marsh house and

gardens. As the house is over

100-years-old, it is needing

some upkeep, such as the roof

replacement and insulation.

Maintenance of the grounds is also

required.

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to begin in two to three weeks

time, with design detail almost

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Southern ChiropraCtiC

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Headaches are not normal

In today’s fast paced world,

headaches are a normal ailment we

just have to put up with or we can

gloss over by taking a pill or a quick

nap. WRONG! Studies have shown

that roughly a third of all people suffer

from headaches. So yes they are

common, but no they are not normal.

A headache is considered pain

anywhere in the region of the head or

neck, caused by many different

conditions. The brain tissue itself is

not sensitive to pain as it lacks pain

receptors. Rather, the pain is caused

by disturbance of pain-sensitive

structures around the brain.

As many as 45 million people suffer

from chronic or severe headaches

that seriously interfere with their lives.

Signs and Symptoms

Headaches vary in intensity and have

different symptoms:

• Pain in the head

• Visual impairment (blurred vision)

• Nausea and vomiting

• Hearing impairment

• Confusion

• Discomfort

• Irritability

What causes headaches?

Spinal misalignment-nerve irritation/

interferences, certain foods,

toxic fumes, preservatives and

alcohol are all contributing factors to

headaches. Spinal misalignments are

shown to be involved in up to 80% of

all headaches.

Tension headaches are the most

common type of headache for both

adults and children. Triggers point

include lack of sleep, emotional

tension at home, work or school,

second-hand cigarette smoke,

skipped meals, poor nutrition, eye

strain and bright lights.

How Chiropractic helps

Your spine protects your nervous

system, which starts with the

brain and becomes the spinal cord.

Whenthe vertebrae in your neck are

unable to move properly, it irritates

or puts pressure on the nerves in that

area. This can cause headaches.

Chiropractic care addresses

the cause of many types of headaches

and therefore they are capable of

removing or dramatically reducing the

occurrence and frequency of these

headaches, because they are usually

due to what is called subluxations

in the spine. They achieve this by

performing Chiropractic adjustments

to remove pressure on the nerves,

which then also helps to improve

nerve function.

On a study conducted by the

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Next time you have a headache, call

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News

Local

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Busy summer of callouts for lifeboat

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sarla Donovan

SIZEABLE SWELLS resulted

in a busy past few months for

the Sumner Lifeboat coastguard

service.

Following a quiet end to

2017 and between Christmas

and New Year, coxswain Blair

Quane said call numbers picked

up markedly with a number of

operations between January and

March.

One callout on February 1

involved three separate incidents

happening at the same time, after

a big southerly change came

through and a “massive off-shore

wind” got several people into

trouble.

First a boogie boarder was

caught in a rip by the station

headquarters.

At the same time, a kite surfer

off Scarborough Beach got into

trouble and had to release his

kite which flew off “halfway to

the Chatham Islands,” said Mr

Quane.

“We had to take one of the

boats out pretty much to the

horizon to get his kite because

we kept getting calls from people

on the hills saying ‘there’s something

out there that looks like a

yacht in trouble’.”

SKILLED: The Sumner Lifeboat headquarters during a recent

operation.

Simultaneously, a catamaran

in the Avon-Heathcote Estuary

flipped over and everybody on

board fell out.

“We were all hands on deck.”

A week-long search for

14-year-old Jack Sutton was one

of the biggest the lifeboat had

ever been involved in, with 93

vessels searching from Waimairi

to Lyttelton Harbour.

Jack was swept out to sea after

getting caught in a rip off Sumner

Beach on February 5.

His body was found washed

up on the foreshore on February 12.

Sumner Lifeboat has about

40 active voluntary crew, along

with reserve crew and three paid

part-time staff members. It costs

about $200-$250,000 a year for

wages, crew gear, vessel maintenance,

fuel and operational

outgoings.

The boat can often be spotted

heading offshore on Tuesday

evenings – training night.

“Sumner is quite a unique

unit for coastguards; it does a

lot of its work within the surf,

whereas Coastguard Canterbury

and Waimakariri-Ashley are

predominantly offshore or doing

river work.”

“We need skippers to be able

to helm the boat in pretty atrocious

conditions. A lot of the

time, if there’s a really big surf

BIG WAVES: Sumner Lifeboat trainees practice driving the

boat in large swells and putting out fires on the breakwater. ​

on you’ll see the boat go out and

spend an hour or so out there.

The guys are just getting used to

driving the boat in the surf. Now

we’re coming into winter so we

start moving into night operation

stuff where we’re driving in

the dark, practising navigating

into the estuary, being able to

identify landmarks in the dark

and use gear like the radio and

GPS when it’s dark.”

It takes a year of training

before a new volunteer can crew

on a callout.

Heads

shaved for

a good cause

•From page 1

The money will go towards information

packs, emergency assistance

vouchers, counselling and support

group meetings for those affected by

the cancer.

Proud of his school’s accomplishment,

Dominic says it’s been

rewarding.

“The boys really got behind it and

really enjoyed it,” he said.

SMOOTH: About 45 St Thomas

of Canterbury College students

and staff had their heads shaved

in a bid to raise money for

Leukaemia & Blood Cancer NZ. ​

CLOSE CUT: Deputy principal

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News

Future of

waterways

in focus

• By Bridget Rutherford

MODELLING IS being carried out

to assess the current condition of

the city’s waterways and to predict

what they will be like in 35 years.

City council city services

general manager David Adamson

said the modelling estimates the

annual amounts of contaminants

such as copper, zinc and sediment

in the stormwater, which could

end up in the rivers.

“An initial pilot trial has been

done on the Avon catchment and

this has now been extended to

include all the major catchments

in Christchurch.”

He said the work was yet to be

peer reviewed so could not be

released.

A recent city council survey of

the waterways found people rated

them more important than housing

and education. But 60 per cent

said the rivers were in “poor” or

“terrible” states.

The modelling was being

done as part of the city council’s

consent application to ECan to

discharge stormwater into land

and water.

The application is on hold until

June to allow the modelling to be

done.

Remuneration not a factor for

• By Sarla Donovan

FAIRNESS: John McLister spoke out about low pay rates earlier this year, but it hasn’t deterred

five people from standing for election to the board.

LOW PAY rates haven’t served

to dampen interest in local body

politics in Lyttelton.

In January this year, Banks

Peninsula Community Board

member John McLister spoke

out against the population-based

formula used by the Remuneration

Authority to set pay rates

for boards.

The population-based model

means boards in areas with

smaller populations get paid less.

Banks Peninsula’s board members

receive $9527 a year, less

than half the $22,503-$23,742

paid to members of the six city

boards.

But this hasn’t deterred the

five candidates contesting the

seat vacated by Christine Wilson.

Funeral consultant Robyn

Struthers, public sector analyst

Tyrone Fields, Healthy Harbour

chairwoman Yvette Couch-

Lewis, community volunteer

Paul Dietsche and bar manager

Ashley Stanbridge are running

in the by-election triggered by

Ms Wilson’s resignation last

month.

Bay Harbour News asked the

candidates what they thought

of the remuneration – and why

they were standing.

Robyn Struthers she understood

that rates were set using

a population based formula but

didn’t want to comment further.

“To me it’s not an issue; I’m

not standing because of that, I’m

standing for the people.”

She said she could understand

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I’m in a different position; that’s

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Tyrone Fields said if people

had to take time off work it was

“fair enough” they were compensated.

He was aware the population

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level: “It’s a bit odd that they’re

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want to have a look at the

remuneration packages around

community boards in general.”

Mr Fields said having finished

his Masters in social work, the

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Tuesday April 3 2018 7

five candidates

Local

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Fire rages, homes at risk

“I’ve only been politically

active for a few years but I’ve

always been interested and the

fact that it’s Lyttelton is the real

clincher for me. It’s a unique

opportunity to connect with my

home town.”

Yvette Couch-Lewis said it

wasn’t an issue she had taken

into consideration.

“I think community is important

and I think we’re losing a

lot of that, whether at national

or local level. So instead of complaining

about that, I might as

well get in there, see if it’s true

and do something about it.”

Paul Dietsche said remuneration

was something that needed

to be addressed, whether he was

elected to the board or not.

“It’s ridiculous that board

members have to go great

distances in the area at their

own expense because of the low

wage.”

He said if elected, one of the

key things he wanted to work

on was increasing community

engagement with the board.

“I was looking through some

of the minutes for the previous

six months of meetings and

noted that for a lot of them

there were no people deputised

to speak. To me that says the

public isn’t very well informed or

engaged with the board. I think

it’s a shame more people aren’t

PAY DIFFERENCE: The Banks Peninsula Community Board

covers a large area but the low population base means a

smaller rate of remuneration for board members.

coming to the meetings and letting

their concerns be heard.”

Social media was one of the

simplest and cheapest tools for

communicating with people

who weren’t currently engaged,

he said.

Ashley Stanbridge said it was

unfair that the Banks Peninsula

board were paid less than the

city boards, but he wasn’t standing

for the money.

“I have a job that pays the bills.

It’s about giving a voice to the

younger or less visible members

of the community that I get to

speak with pretty regularly.”

Mr Stanbridge said attending

fortnightly full-day meetings

wouldn’t affect his work as he

had flexible hours, though as

the father of a young baby it

would be an extra factor.

“But again, I am raising a

child in this community so it is

in all of our interests for me to

be there.”

Voting papers will arrive

around April 24 and voting

closes on May 16.

PROCESS: The Halswell Domain skate park won’t be ready until

the end of the year. Construction on the Knights Stream skate

park is scheduled to start today.

Halswell Domain skate

park opening delayed

•From page 1

Work is scheduled to start

today on another Halswell skate

park today.

The $350,000 Knights Stream

skate park will be constructed by

Hunter Civil and is expected to

be completed by the end of July.

Initially, both skate parks were

supposed to be completed at the

start of the year. But this was then

extended to April.

Mr Smith says it’s very satisfying

that work is about to start at

Knights Stream.

“We know there are a lot of

young people in the local community

who are very eager to get

out and use these parks so we’re

keen to see them built as speedily

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News

Call to rid river of hazards

• By Sophie Cornish

Dorothee

Pauli

NATURAL hazards and rubbish

are causing congestion, accidents

and near misses for more than

800 rowers and paddlers who

use the Avon River near Kerrs

Reach.

Plants called flag

iris, geese, weeds,

trees and water

quality are all

issues Union Rowing

Club president

Dorothee Pauli

would like addressed

in an

“ideal world” to improve health

and safety on the river.

“We are grappling with natural

hazards and the flag irises are

chief among them. They detach

from the side of the banks and

cause free-flowing islands, they

change position all the time and

people collide with them. They

trap rubbish also, making the

islands even bigger.”

Loose weeds are not able to

drain away properly as they

are getting caught in the plant

islands.

The iris, which Ms Pauli

believes are often waist-height or

higher, make visibility difficult.

“For me as a coach, the worst

PROBLEMS: Union Rowing Club president Dorothee Pauli is

calling for action to combat natural hazards, such as flag iris

plants, which are causing problems for Avon River users.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

thing is that they reduce visibility,

sometimes I can’t see my

crews and we are supposed to

supervise them at all times.”

City council acting manager

land drainage Tim Joyce said

it has not carried out any mechanical

removal of flag iris this

year. However, it has undertaken

a more targeted spraying programme.

“Getting equipment to these

sites is very difficult, either due

to the reach required or wet and

unstable banks,” he said.

“Flag iris is a pest plant and

we get our contractor to spray

it wherever we encounter it, not

just limited to the Avon River.

This is only done at certain

times of the year when it is most

effective.”

Ms Pauli said several groups

such as rowers, paddlers, and

other recreational river users are

having to adhere to strict rules

to avoid collisions.

“We have already looked at

safety issues in terms of the

rules of the river, how the traffic

should flow, who goes where,

how to overtake, it is difficult to

enforce, but we are trying.”

The flag iris’ reduce lane width

in the river, taking 1-2m on each

side, said Ms Pauli.

Growing numbers of geese

are a difficulty with their faeces

covering the pontoons used at

Kerrs Reach.

“We have to clean them all the

time and it all just goes into the

Avon . . . it’s endangering our

health,” said Ms Pauli.

Concerns about the state of

the trees on the river banks are

also an issue.

In January, a Shirley Boys’

High School rowing boat was

crushed by a rotten 30m tree,

with the crew narrowly avoiding

injury.

The congestion has caused accidents

in the past.

Late last year a single skull

rower was run over by a boys

eight boat, causing a rescue

operation, bad back injury and a

boat to be written off.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Felled trees

in Rawhiti

Domain used

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THE TREES felled at Rawhiti

Domain due to safety concerns

have been used to form a small

natural children’s play area near

the Keyes Rd entrance.

City council approached the

Guardians of Rawhiti group to

ask if it could use the logs and

stumps to form a play area in

the domain after the trees were

brought down on March 13.

“It was all quite short notice

and an opportunity we just

grabbed. This was a case of

seizing the moment, to make

use of what we were loosing, to

create a fun area with material

that is naturally in the domain.

It gives people an idea of the

type of play area which could

be extended into the tree grove

area,” said Guardians of Rawhiti

member Ruthie Gareth.

The city council has put up

a sign asking people not to remove

the logs following an incident

in June when logs reserved

for a play area were chopped up

and taken by members of the

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

The health

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Should we be alarmed or is this

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The answer to that question is Yes,

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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

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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

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Tour

Saturday 1-4pm

Visit seven fabulous

homes on the hill. This

is a fundraising event for

the Mt Pleasant Centre

and Mt Pleasant School.

Houses range from 1920s

vintage to brand new. $35

for self-drive or $50 for a

chauffeur service. Tickets

available from the Mt

Pleasant Centre, Mt Pleasant

School, Mt Pleasant

Farmers Market, Country

and Casual Homestore

and Eventbrite.

Mt Pleasant

Opawa Farmers’ Market

Sunday, 9am-noon

Go along to the Opawa

Farmer’s Market this

Sunday for organic and

delicious produce from

local growers. Enjoy

sipping on a coffee while

wandering around the

market and checking out

the food on offer. From

artisan bread and French

pastries to fresh berries

and local cheeses, there

will be something for

everyone.

275 Fifield Tce, Opawa.

Summer cooling

“Did you know your heat pump is an air

conditioner?”

BUT!! If you bought it for heating it will

struggle to cool the area as cooling is always

less output e.g. Mitsubishi Electric MSZGE42

= 5kW heating and 4.2kW cooling. So always

ask your installer if you want cooling as well as

heating. We at Air Con Christchurch always

advise what we have quoted for.

Heating tips

Select “Heat” on heat pump and set

temperature at approximately 21 – 22 degrees

with fan on Auto

Cooling tips

Select “Cooling” and set at 20 – 22 degrees this

will save you up to 30% running costs and still

be cool (try it and see). 16 degrees is too low.

Heat pump cleaning is now due for

the winter.

Winter Heat Pump Spec

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See our website for comprehensive list.

Call Air Con Christchurch on 03 343 3049

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Tuesday [Edition April 3 datE] 2018 153

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

recommend a solution if your ventilation

doesn’t yet meet the New Zealand standard.

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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

Visit www.star.kiwi

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Pets and Supplies

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Building Supplies

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Installed to fit your tired

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ph 0800 003 181 or 027

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