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    News Archive for April 2002

    Perking up with pavers

    Paving is the perfect way to turn a neglected part of the garden into a relaxing escape area, with products such as Oatmeal Flash pavers from Amber Tiles offering excellent value in terms of both the pocket and their versatility.


    Shower rose

    Flexispray has released the new Sundrench range of colonial bush shower roses, with optional rub-clean face.


    DesignEx win for Miele

    The Miele aluminium range won the 2002 product design award for kitchen appliances at DesignEx 2002, the fourth time in the past five years that Miele domestic appliances have been recognised in these awards.


    Concrete protection

    Parbury Technologies has expanded its range of coatings to protect exposed concrete and masonry from degradation with the release of Deckguard O.


    Radially sawn timber

    Victorian company Radial Timber Sales has invented and developed a new method of sawing timber logs that is said to be the first real change to sawing patterns since commercial milling began. This is important as timber supplies dwindle and the preservation of native forests becomes an issue.


    Security window film

    A cost-effective way to make windows safe from burglars is to install Armorgard Safety and Security Window Film, available from Bekaert Specialty Films.


    Easier wall linings

    Easycraft’s wall and ceiling linings are said to be the new alternative to timber planks and conventional plaster and joinery panels, offering traditional character with modern design efficiency and ease of construction.


    Architects call for hoop awareness

    Architects today called for a public awareness campaign about the dangers of do-it-yourself basketball hoops after the weekend death of a nine-year-old boy.


    Screening solutions

    The screen system, System W, is a totally new product from Silent Gliss, conceived by the Swiss designer Christophe Marchand. System W provides great aesthetic qualities and offers many practical possibilities in both private and public environments.


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