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Website Connects Homeowners With Top Tradespeople

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New Tradefinder Online Service Matches Homeowners with Top Tradespeople

Christchurch, February 4th, 2001. The search for reliable home improvement services will be much easier now, according to the owners of Tradefinder Online, a new web-based home improvement directory.

Tradefinder Online, the new website, is the brainchild of Christchurch entrepreneur Andrew Balfour, who describes it as 'separating the wheat from the chaff' for homeowners seeking home improvement help.

Tradefinder Online only allows ten listings in each category and location, and uses exacting criteria to select only the best. "The aim is to make it faster and easier to find reliable tradespeople," says Balfour. "It takes a lot of guesswork and gut feeling out of the equation."

The site also features handyman, home and garden advice from leading New Zealand home improvement and hardware companies, plus some of NZ's premier lifestyle publications. See the site at www.tradefinder.co.nz

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For More Information Contact:

Tradefinder Online Ltd Andrew Balfour Phone (03) 942-0755 Email tradefinder@performer.co.nz Web www.tradefinder.co.nz Tradefinder Online Public Press Release V1

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