647 days ago

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning the Environmentally Ethical Way

Manager from Intensive Carpet Clean

Tom and Lorna from Intensive Carpet Clean LTD are offering Neighbourly members 15% OFF our Green Care Service.

We have noticed that many more people are becoming more eco focused and some have enquired about an environmentally friendly option to their carpet care. Tom thought it would be a fantastic idea to incorporate an eco approach to our already professional carpet and upholstery cleaning service, offering our customers a green clean.

The eco-friendly products we have incorporated into our service are rapidly biodegradable and contain no added fragrances, great for people with sensitivities.

As the same as our regular products, our green cleaning products do not contain shampoos which if left on carpets can contribute to rapid re-soiling. Once you have your carpets cleaned you want them to stay fresh for as long as possible!

Call Tom today on 03 544 5168 to receive 15% off this service. Limited time only. www.nelsoncarpetcleaner.co.nz...

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23 minutes ago

Donations flooding in!

The Team from Wasp Wipeout

Wow! Your generosity means we have already raised almost $4000 in just three days towards our fight against wasps. We've also received an amazing $35,000 sponsorship from BASF which is a fantastic boost to the campaign. Every little bit counts and by contributing, you can make wasp-free regions a real possibility. Find out more about the project and how you can contribute here: givealittle.co.nz...


1 day ago

Poll: YOUR VIEWS MATTER. Waimea Road traffic lights Poll.

Mel from Stepneyville

You have been expressing your uncertainties/concerns with me regarding the proposed new traffic lights planned for the corner of Beatson Road & Waimea Road. The traffic lights are being installed to service a new retirement complex presently under construction & for residents living on Princess Drive. You have expressed doubts as to whether the volume of traffic from this area requires traffic lights or would a roundabout be more suitable. You have also suggested a third option of traffic merging left when travelling to the city & traffic (off the hill) turning right into Beatson Road when travelling to Stoke.



YOUR VIEWS MATTER. Waimea Road traffic lights Poll.
  • 75% Vote for a Roundabout or other
    75% Complete
  • 25% Vote for Traffic lights
    25% Complete
28 votes
21 hours ago

Cabinet maker

Andrew from Richmond

Does anyone know a cabinet maker? I am looking to have one or two largish glass fronted cabinets made to house a model collection. Preferably made of wood with glass front and perhaps led lighting. I would require references or examples of work done