28 days ago

Elusion Electrical Spring Countdown

Patrick Koot from Elusion Electrical Ltd

13 days until spring yahoo.

The team at Elusion are looking forward to longer days, warmer weather and more evening to walk the dogs. Spring is also a great time for a bit of home maintenance -checking gutters, roof tiles, and chimneys after all the winter rain and storms, getting the CRC out and getting rid of the squeaking door hinges that have bugged you for ages, checking smoke detectors and of course the great spring clean.

Elusion recommends you also check all electrical cords and appliances for signs of wear, tear or over heating. If in doubt throw it out , or get it professionally tested. You can never be too careful. We recently noticed heat marks up our wall from one of our panel heaters so it is currently unplugged waiting for a time when Patrick isn't too busy on other jobs for an upgrade.

If you are renting remember if you have any concerns you can request your landlord to organise an Electrical Safety Test. Happy countdown everyone

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3 hours ago

Document Shredding

Dianne from Upper Riccarton

Does anyone know of a community service for private household document shredding/destruction please?

4 hours ago

Experience Gets Results

Ray White Inline Realty - Bishopdale

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Because when you choose Ray White Inline Realty, you choose impartial advice, expert market knowledge and a determination to get the best price for your home.

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4 hours ago

replanting at Avonhead Cemetery

Aaron Campbell from Aaron Campbell - Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Board

Avonhead cemetery
An update from the council arborist they replaced the gum trees removed earlier in the year, with some 6 Wollemia nobilis near the registrar building.
Only known from fossils and thought to be extinct, these unusual trees were only discovered in the Blue Mountain National Park near Sydney in 1994.
They grouped these trees together to become a real highlight in the future.
They also planted a group of 6 NZ Mountain cedars (Libocedrus), also near the registrar, 4 Turkish hazel, and are in the process of planting 3-4 Himalayan cedars.

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