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Coal-fired central heating fuel available.
Save $1000s on Milking-shed hot water.
Available all year from
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in the Otago Southland area
for more than 50 years
FROM MINE TO YOU
Winter Warmth & Wellbeing
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• Slashes your power account
• Endless hot water*
• Centrally heats your home
(underfloor or radiators)
• Airs and dries your clothes
• Heats your spa pool
• Mains pressure (if required)
• Solar panel options available
• 100% NZ owned and manufactured
*Provided the heater is fuelled accordingly
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PROVIDES HOT WATER AND
CENTRAL HEATING FOR...
Houses • Marae • Wineries • Glass Houses
Swimming Pools • Dairy Sheds • Camping
Grounds • Shearing Quarters • Restaurants
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Marshall Heating for peace of mind
When it comes to winter
warmth, there's nothing
like word-of-month from
satisfied customers to
recommend a form of
Many customers throughout New
Zealand enjoy the Marshall
Heating System, as one of the
most efficient means of heating water
with a quick recovery rate.
An example of this is the ability of the
Split System Heater to heat 509 litres of
water from 12 degrees to boiling point
in 45 minutes burning dry wood. One
model of heater produces offer 50
kilowatts burning dry wood.
A thermostatically controlled diesel
burner will heat a 1025 litre Integral
Heater from 12 degrees up to 80
degrees in one hour.
Customers can save up to 60% of their
power account and some Marshall
Heater customers are not on the
national power grid, enjoying the
freedom and flexibility which comes
from having effective heating solutions.
Many modern homes have Hydronic
underfloor heating or are fitting
radiators to existing homes.
The Marshall Heaters are an affordable
way of central heating your home, and
according to the spokesperson they are
a far superior cost efficient means of
heating water over electricity.
One heater can be responsible for
heating your domestic water, centrally
heating your home, heating a spa pool,
creating a drying room and is solar
compatible: not requiring another
cylinder for solar.
There are also the options of burning
dry wood, coal, gas diesel/oil. The oil/
gas fired burners are thermostatically
Marshall Heaters offer models suitable
for domestic, commercial and swim-
ming pool situations.
Keeping healthy during winter
As it heads into winter, it's important that we
begin to take care of ourselves to avoid the
unpleasantness of ill health. From flus to dry
skin, aches and pains to colds and chills: we will all at
some point be affected if we don't take steps to
To avoid that dreaded flu, which for some people can
be fatal, there are flu jabs available.
Anyone can catch the flu, and being fit and healthy
does not mean you won't get it. Influenza is a highly
contagious and potentially serious illness that can
affect your entire body, regardless of age or fitness
Immunisation is free for New Zealanders aged 65 and
over, pregnant women, and children and adults
under 65 who have certain medical conditions or
meet eligibility requirements.
From July 31 this year, anyone who is pregnant,
asthmatic, has diabetes, heart disease, kidney
problems or cancer is also eligible for the jab.
If you don't meet any requirements for free
immunisation, a simple visit to the doctor and a small
fee will entitle you to the immunisation.
As that wind, rain and snow comes to fruition, too,
we naturally wrap ourselves up to avoid those
And with that, comes the drying out of our skin.
Applying lotion can be a great short term remedy for
dry skin, but a cream is better for the rougher and
drier areas such as elbows, knees, hands and feet. Try
not to use bath oils and apply moisturiser after
showering. This will help keep your skin hydrated.
Drink plenty of water, and avoid coffee and soda.
And as much as you feel you need to, to avoid the
cold -- avoid wool or scratchy materials against your
Consider getting a humidifier during the heating
season, or use the proven method of keeping pots
filled with water near the heating vents to increase
the moisture in the air.
The colder months can really take a toll on our
bodies, our skin and our health. So taking
preventative measures can really make a difference
to our well-being.
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