North Shore Times : November 23rd 2010
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See website for terms and conditions 0800 873 396 www.treescape.co.nz BEINTO Business in Action Advertising Feature Get more out of your computer Season's greetings: Kath, Alan, Rick and Louise of Computer Troubleshooters wish you a very happy Christmas. Are you looking at buying a new computer this Christmas? You ll save yourself future problems and a tidy amount if you get some expert advice before you splash out. As the world s leading computer service franchise with over 450 offices worldwide, Computer Trouble- shooters also gives informed, honest advice -- in plain English -- so you are not stuck with an expens- ive piece of hardware that sucks in cash over its lifetime. In fact, the company has an extensive support network of expert IT technicians to solve practically any problem quickly. Alan Lees and Rick Williams are the North Shore franchises for Computer Troub- leshooters. Alan covers the area west of the motorway while Rick handles the eastern side. They offer a fully mobile service ideally suited to small businesses and home computer users. Many of their customers have benefitted from their consultations. Computer Troubleshooters will assess your requirements -- such as speed, memory, software and anti-virus -- based on your lifestyle and of course budget. They can also set up a wireless network so you and your latop are not confined to a plug point. Plus, there s the essential task of transfering your documents, family photos and other valuable data to the new machine or to an external drive. As Rick says: A new computer doesn t work out of the box. Bottomline: Their professional advice will only cost you a small fee but you won t be forking out hard-earned money on a computer that doesn t sat- isfy your needs. Also, in these recessionary times, you can save yourself a pile by extending the life of your old computer. We have many satisfied customers who are enjoying their computer again after a clean-up that set it back to its factory seetings, says Alan. Deleting viruses and malware, improving speed and installation of new software can totally trans- form your old computer. It s a bit like refurbishing your house -- only a lot cheaper! Computer Troubleshooters are your first port of call when you have computer problems. And when they fix a problem, they also advise on how to stop it recurring. As we come to the end of 2010, Alan and Rick take the opportunity to wish their customers and the readers of the North Shore Times a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year. To contact Rick, phone 486-1566 or 021 079 2143, or email email@example.com. For Alan, phone 480-0107 or 021 164 1866, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Website www.comptroub.co.nz. People you can depend on for superb service Professional and caring: The team at Forrest Funeral Services provide assistance to families who have lost a loved one. The team at Forrest Funeral Services is what sets them apart. Manager Andrew Blanche says the service the firm provides relies on the qualities and pro- fessionalism of the people who work there. We re very proud of our people here and we want everyone to know how good they are, Andrew says. Andrew and his team enjoy speaking to groups, and say they welcome calls from local groups who would like him to come and talk to them about funerals and what is involved. Alternatively, he says, he is happy to show people around the chapel, reception area and viewing room at Forrest s premises in Browns Bay or at their Riverside Road, Orewa premises. There are so many decisions to make when planning a funeral -- where to have the funeral service, who should take the service, what music and readings to have, burial or crem- ation and where that should be, what flowers to have, and where to have the viewing. It helps to have an experi- enced professional on hand. Once Forrests have helped you through the choices, they will assist with all the necessary arrangements so the family can be sure every- thing will flow smoothly, he adds. Forrests can also assist families want- ing to pay for the funeral in advance. As a member of the FDANZ professional body, Forrests offer the FDANZ Funeral Trust bereavement plan which allows for payment by easy instalments of $20 a fortnight, or lump sum payments, which are exempt from asset testing for long-term residential care. The FDANZ, which represents over 80 percent of New Zealand s funeral firms, hold the funds in trust under a trust deed that requires all of the funds to be held by a registered bank. This means people can pay for the funeral now and relieve the fam- ily of the financial bur- den at what is usually a stressful time, says Andrew. No health checks are needed and no personal questions are asked. Anyone of any age or health status can pre- arrange an FDANZ Funeral Trust funeral with Forrests. It also means people can make their choices well in advance -- the music they want, the venue and so on. We will record these, at no charge, so these wishes are known when the time comes. He adds that people can still change their arrangements if they need to. Forrest Funeral Services are located at 8 Glen Road, Browns Bay and also have premises at 39 Riverside Rd, Orewa. Phone 479-5956 for enquiries or more information.
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