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first_img MORE: Top tips to know before you build RELATED: First impressions last a lifetime and it’s no wonder laser cut decorative screen doors are helping to transform the look of homes across the nation.First impressions last a lifetime so it’s no wonder laser cut decorative screen doors are helping to transform the look of homes across the nation. Homeowners are using Decoview laser cut screen designs as a clever way to accentuate the appearance of their homes, inside and outside. Homeowners are using Decoview laser cut screen designs as a beautiful way to accentuate the appearance of their homes, inside and outside.Decoview managing director Jay Bond said his southeast Queensland-based company, which has been operating for three years, was revolutionising the security screen door and window industry by bringing together designer laser cut decorative screen panels with high-level home security door systems.“You can choose from a vast range of stunning laser cut screen designs or high strength perforated designer screen doors and windows,” Mr Bond said.“Keep your property secure while looking stylish, not like a steel cage. Make a statement by putting a Decoview custom security screen on your property with more than 50 designs to suit any style of home.“Don’t try to hide your security door, make a statement out of it.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago >>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<< A range of decorative privacy screens and Pool Perf, the latest alternative in pool fencing, is available to modernise homes.Mr Bond said his company gave a brick home built in the 1970s a makeover with the installation of funky security screens.He said Pool Perf was manufactured from extremely strong corrosion resistant marine- grade aluminium which was perforated with thousands of holes to make unique patterns.“You can add a striking feature or choose from a style of pattern that will increase privacy. Pool Perf complies with council regulations for pool fencing, it is so easy to clean and maintain compared to glass,” Mr Bond said.“Perforated holes allow a cool summer breeze and give you privacy whilst taking a relaxing swim with your family.” AFL star Nick Malceski cuts QLD ties A fated house purchase He said Pool Perf, Decoview screens and security doors were not massed produced.“Each panel can be custom made to suit an individual opening size,” Mr Bond said.Decoview manufacture in Queensland and distribute nationwide through accredited distributors. Visit decoview.com.au or phone 1300 332 688.last_img read more

Hearts of Oak outdoors pre-season programme

first_imgAccra Hearts of Oak begins pre-season training on Sunday August 11 at Akuse in the Eastern Region.The two-week residential camping will see the team taken through exercises in tactics, technique and conditioning.The team will return to Accra on Sunday August 25, after which it will play its first pre-season trial match a week later, on the 1st of September.Team Hearts will take to the field again to play its second preseason fixture on Wednesday September 4, after which it will round up pre-season activities with a final match to be played on Sunday September 8. All the preparatory matches will be honoured at the Accra Sports Stadium against yet to be determined opponents.Hearts are careful to avoid a repeat of disruptions to its last preseason camping at the Essipong Stadium in Sekondi. That hubbub created low morale leading to a patchy start to the season.last_img read more

DONEGAL GARDAI CRACKDOWN ON UNACCOMPANIED ‘L’ DRIVERS

first_imgGARDAI have launched a crackdown on ‘L’ drivers on Donegal’s roads driving without qualified motorists.A number of young men appeared at Letterkenny District Court today charged with driving without a full licence.Judge Denis McLoughlin issued fines in several cases today. In one – involving a man from Termon – Garda Inspector Michael Harrison said the defendant had been accompanied by another driver when stopped by a Garda patrol, but that driver also had a provisional licence.The motorist was also found to have had no NCT and no tax.In another case a €100 fine was issued to a student who had since passed his test.The cases today are the latest before local courts following a crackdown on young motorists driving without full licences.Gardai suspect hundreds of motorists are using Donegal’s roads every day without full licences.A clampdown on certain dates in March and April this year found almost half of ‘L’ drivers were on the roads here without an experienced motorist.Assistant Garda Commissioner John O’Mahoney said at the time that the Garda would continue to focus on learner drivers to ensure greater compliance.“We especially wish to remind all learner permit-holders of their legal obligations with regard to displaying L-plates, being accompanied by qualified drivers at all times and motorway restrictions,” he said.“Driving is a skill which must be practised to improve that skill. As a learner you are doing exactly that – learning to drive.”DONEGAL GARDAI CRACKDOWN ON UNACCOMPANIED ‘L’ DRIVERS was last modified: November 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL GARDAI CRACKDOWN ON UNACCOMPANIED ‘L’ DRIVERSlast_img read more