Horowhenua Mail : September 22nd 2011
9 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011 3938776AD Trade Services Directory ADVERTISING FEATURE HOME STAGING The Finishing Touch Homestaging style, function, fair... • Staged homes sell quicker and for a higher price • Stand out from the property down the road • Prepares a property for photographing and marketing • Create a positive first impression 3939133AA Natalie Martin M 021 978 830 Ph/f 06 368 8850 E Natalie@homestagingnz.co.nz www.homestagingnz.co.nz *Free appraisal PANEL & PAINT 3490540AA Colling & Gray Ltd PANEL BEATERS SPRAY PAINTERS LEVIN Approved Structural Collision Repair Specialist NO REPAIR TOO SMALL Courtesy Cars, Van & Utes available PH: (06) 368 4722 (24hr) firstname.lastname@example.org 22 Liverpool St, LEVIN PLUMBER I$ YOUR POWER BILL SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS Supplied & installed ASD PLUMBING &DRAINAGE from just $4,500 (GST inc) ALLAN DAY T063678477•M0274852960 Your local SUNZ Solar Specialist Craftsman Plumber & Registered Drainlayer TARSEALING TAYLOR TARSEAL Truck, Digger & Bobcat Hire Metal, Topsoil Site & Section Work Drainage & Drain Cleaning Timber & Concrete Edging General Contracting Domestic, Farm, Commercial Driveways swept, repaired, metalled or formed and sealed in Hot Tar and Chip. Call Bob or Debbie anytime 06 362 6571 CLEANING Home & Commercial Cleaning Did you know that Green Acres cleaning service do all sorts of cleaning, including carpets, windows, ovens, home cleaning & commercial cleaning Local Levin owner operators For your obligation free quotation Call Cheryl or Barry 368 4769 - 027 683 7657 1 call does it all Taylor Tarseal is a small family business, established nearly 20 years ago and owned by Bob Dorne since 2004. Our aim is to provide what you want, where you want, when you want it. Taylored for you! A neat and tidy driveway enhances the overall first impression of any property. Hot tar and chip is a permanent, low cost, easy care surface that is attractive. We provide a fully prepared surface from start to finish and made to last. We will work in with builders, landscapers, fencers or plumbers -- yours or ours. With Summer coming we can take care of your driveway maintenance too. Signs of ponding, pooling, puddles and potholes are all avoidable by either repacking with new metal, proper drainage, or resurfacing with a permanent, low cost, easy care surface of hot tar and chip. Where dirt, dust, autumn leaves and seeds are building up we can spray for weeds and sweep away loose metal, old leaves and debris. Crazy cracks and potholes let rain water under the seal which eats away at the underlying surface causing the area needing repair to grow broader and deeper, faster. For all your digger and bobcat work, metal cartage and spreading, compaction, clearing and levelling sections and sites, sweeping drives, placement of sumps, drainage, tracks, paths, entrances, nibbing timber and concrete, tar and chip or concrete surfacing, driveway repair and maintenance, contact Bob or Debbie at Taylor Tarseal on 06 362 6571. TAYLOR TARSEAL A Small Family Business BUILDER Ph: 06 368 8850 Todd 021 582 631 email@example.com www.tspconstruction.co.nz 393911 16AB B 6 tto to w 3939 9116A 6AB B Enjoy a stress free building experience -- Land & House Packages -- Full Design & Build -- Residential, Commercial, & Alterations Horowhenua tops swimming chart By TANYA WOOD Frozen in motion: Dale Emmett from the Kapiti Club competes in the freestyle event. Special Olympics Horowhenua swept aside all-comers in the 50-metre freestyle event, clinching the top four places at Sunday's annual swim meet at Levin Aquatic Centre. Cameron Jarvis took the win- ning time in 35.20 seconds, just three seconds ahead of second- placed team-mate Dion Brunning, followed by Cameron Easton, third, and Eru Whakatihi in fourth. The same four swimmers went on to take out the 50m medley relay event in convincing style. Special Olympics Horowhenua assistant coach Jenny Jarvis said for many years there had been close competition in the 4x50m relay events between Horowhenua and Hutt Valley. This occasion was no different, with Horowhenua winning the medley relay 12 seconds ahead of Hutt Valley, and the Hutt rivals winning the freestyle relay by just three seconds.'' Horowhenua B team came third in both relay events. Cameron Jarvis, who has not been beaten in the 50m butterfly at local events for about four years, added a fifth consecutive year in the fly'', beating the second-placed Hutt Valley swim- mer by three seconds. The Annual Certificate Day swim meet attracted 109 competi- tors, aged 10 to 56, from nine Special Olympics clubs around the North Island competing in 21 events. Horowhenua team-mates Cameron Easton, Timothy Faith, Cameron Jarvis and Eru Whakatihi will be taking part in the Inaugural Australian National Down Syndrome Short Course Swimming Champion- ships, in Queensland, September 24 and 25.
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