What Type Of Phone Case Should You Get?

 

There are so many types of phone cases out there today, making it almost impossible, or simply too hard, to figure out which case is best suited for your daily lifestyle. Fortunately, with a little knowledge about the various types of materials being used, you can easily explain the similarities between each type of case and help yourself make the right choice when choosing a case.

Phone cases for other gadgets are available from several manufacturers, and all offer the same basic features for protecting your phone from the elements. A lot of phone companies to make their own line of phone accessories, which they also market online. While this type of accessory is generally inexpensive, it does not have the same level of quality and durability as one made by a major manufacturer.

One of the most popular types of phone cases is the silicone type, which is also the least expensive. These cases can withstand everyday wear and tear and provide the same level of protection as other materials. However, if you are looking to avoid scratching your phone, or want to choose a material that is more breathable and waterproof, then a silicone case may not be the right choice for you. It is important to understand the difference between the two, because these are not the same, and it is important to understand which one is the better option for you.

There are two main benefits of silicone cases, one of them being that they are extremely durable and will not crack or bend over time. The second benefit is that they are not as attractive as many other options, like leather, suede, or other types of materials. They are usually not as comfortable to wear, and they do not provide the same level of comfort to the touch than some other materials might offer. This is especially true if you are wearing gloves while using your phone, since you will be touching your hands on the surface.

A lot of people make the mistake of buying too many phone accessories at once, and this often results in purchasing a bunch that are not the same size or color, and not fitting correctly. It is important to understand the importance of making sure that your new accessory is the correct size, as well as making sure it matches with the rest of your accessories. In many cases, this can be done by purchasing a custom-made case or even by creating one yourself.

Cases for other accessories, such as those made for laptops, tablets, or iPods, are much simpler and easier to purchase and install. Most of these cases are made of silicone or other types of material and are designed to fit snugly against your phone, providing a smooth, clean look. While some people may find the appearance of silicone too garish and plain, many others prefer this look because it is so discreet.

Some people may choose to buy cases made of leather or other types of fabric, which can be very stylish but are prone to getting chipped up and tearing over time. Other options for protecting your phone cases for laptops or tablets, which are very similar to a traditional laptop case, and they do not allow air to get inside the case.

In the end, when choosing which type of case or material you want to buy, keep in mind that all silicone cases are very durable and provide a safe and solid barrier to keep your phone safe and secure. The most important thing to remember when shopping for a case, whether you choose a silicone or leather option, is to ensure that it is the right choice for you. – something you won’t regret.

Building a Passive House

 

The passive house is an optional standard for energy efficiency within a building, which significantly reduces the environmental impact of a property. It results in low-energy buildings that use less energy for cooling or heating.

A similar voluntary standard, MINERGY-P, is applied in Switzerland. The main difference between a passive and a non-passive house is that passive houses are designed to reduce energy consumption by designing the property so as to capture all of the heat and light that enter the house.

To create a passive house, you need to take into account the following factors: the design of your home, insulation, and windows. By designing your home to capture the heat and light coming into it, you not only minimize the amount of energy you consume, but you also help to reduce the carbon footprint of your building. Passive houses reduce the need for heating or cooling as much as possible, thereby increasing the efficiency of your home.

A passive house is better suited to homeowners who wish to cut back on their energy use but cannot afford to purchase an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for their home. Because passive buildings take less energy to heat and cool than traditional buildings, they do not use more power to run than an equivalent sized non-passive house. Passive houses also tend to be cheaper to run than other types of buildings because they are generally much more efficient at drawing heat and light into the building and use fewer resources in order to do this.

A passive home also has other benefits. These benefits include having no heating and cooling costs. Passive houses do not need the same insulation as other types of buildings because passive homes are able to maintain a constant temperature and, therefore, do not need to use as much insulation.

The technology that is used to achieve passive homes also does not produce any pollutants. The use of the Passive House Standard in Switzerland allows for a reduced amount of air pollution and a decreased use of fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. A passive home can also help to reduce the risk of flooding and storms as well as it will provide an extra layer of protection against extreme weather conditions.

Before you decide whether or not to install a passive house in your property, consider its pros and cons. If you are able to pay for one and have enough funds to purchase a passive home, you may want to invest in one. However, you should also make sure that the passive home you purchase will actually give you the type of environment that you want in your home.

For example, if you are planning on installing a passive home in an area that experiences extreme temperatures, you will need to ensure that you purchase one with insulation that provides excellent insulation. You will also need to choose a material that offers good water resistance. Lastly, choose a material that is able to withstand heavy wind and rain for years to come so that the materials used in your building are able to remain durable for many years.

While it may be difficult to purchase a passive home, you should not worry about the cost of these structures. A typical passive house may cost up to $300 per square foot and many of them are available in this price range. This price is comparable to traditional construction and does not require any major remodeling or structural changes.

If you decide to buy a passive house, you will need to determine the types of products that are available to cover the construction. This will help you choose a material that you believe will best suit the needs of your current climate. When looking for products, you may want to purchase energy-efficient versions of the products that you already have in order to make your home more efficient and save money on heating and cooling costs.

Passive homes can also be built using recycled materials and other recycled resources. Because passive homes are constructed from recycled materials, you can help to protect the environment at the same time you are helping to save money on your heating and cooling costs.

In conclusion, a passive house is a great way to save on energy bills and still live in a comfortable and environmentally friendly home. If you are interested in purchasing a passive home, you should definitely check out one that has been designed by a professional architect or by a certified builder.

NoveList Plus

NoveList Plus has reading recommendations for both fiction and nonfiction, for all ages. NoveList’s expertise in books and reading means that you’ll always get the best help for finding just the right books.

You are now ready to start finding great new authors to read…

 

Key features

  • Read-alike recommendations
  • Our recommendations are crafted by experts, and we let you know who wrote a recommendation and why the recommendation makes sense. We offer recommendations for titles, authors, and series.
  • Listen-alike recommendations for audiobooks
  • Series information
  • A single place for reviews
  • Top ten, best of, favourites — we have hundreds of reading lists that make it really easy to quickly find great books to read.
  • Award winners, all in one place.
  • Need to learn about that new genre? Or build a book display? Teach with books? NoveList includes education and inspiration at your fingertips.
  • On The Shelf (OTS)

Time for Fun. Every Library, Every Saturday.

Come to your local library this Saturday afternoon for some free fun. All our libraries have things to do – see the schedule below. Events start 2pm.

Age Suitability

Most events are suitable for all ages but children younger than 8 years old will require active adult supervision.

Saturdays Darfield Leeston Lincoln Rolleston
27 January Kids’ Summer Reading prize draw & activity
Come along to be in to win at our live BINGO prize Draw!
Kids’ Summer Reading prize draw & activity
Come along to be in to win at our live BINGO prize Draw!
Kids’ Summer Reading prize draw & activity
Come along to be in to win at our live BINGO prize Draw!
Kids’ Summer Reading prize draw & activity
Come along to be in to win at our live BINGO prize Draw!
3 February Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
Giant games
Great BIG fun with giant games in the library.
Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
BeeBots
Learn to program your BeeBot 4 years+
10 February Storytime
A fun interactive session of stories,
activities and songs. Aimed at 2-5 year olds.
Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
Rhymetime
A fun, interactive session of stories, songs,
rhyme and bubbles! Aimed at children under 18 months and up.
Giant Games
Great BIG fun with giant games in the library.
17 February TBA Storytime
A fun interactive session of stories, activities and songs. Aimed at 2-5 year olds.
TBA Rhymetime
A fun, interactive session of stories, songs,
rhyme and bubbles! Aimed at children under 18 months and up.
24 February Giant games
Great BIG fun with giant games in the library.
Euchre
Euchre fan? Bring a friend or two for a game.
Giant games
Great BIG fun with giant games in the library.
Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
3 March Craft Make a Book
Write and illustrate and easy folded paper booklet.
Storytime
A fun interactive session of stories, activities and songs. Aimed at 2-5 year olds.
TBC
10 March Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
BeeBots
Learn to program your BeeBot 4 years+
Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
Storytime
A fun interactive session of stories, activities and songs. Aimed at 2-5 year olds.
17 March Easter Craft Games Rhymetime
A fun, interactive session of stories, songs,
rhyme and bubbles! Aimed at children under 18 months and up.
Make a Book
Write and illustrate and easy folded paper booklet.
24 March Storytime
A fun interactive session of stories, activities and songs. Aimed at 2-5 year olds.
Giant Games
Great BIG fun with giant games in the library.
TBC Easter Craft
31 March BeeBots
Learn to program your BeeBot 4 years+
Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +
Giant Games
Great BIG fun with giant games in the library.
Lego
Bring the family and build something new. 4 Years +

Storytime to Go packs

Storytime to Go packs have arrived at Selwyn Libraries!  These are packs of tried and true books on particular themes and they can be taken out by you!

If you are unsure of what to select for your child,  in a rush or just want some great books on the same topic, grab one of our packs today. They can be issued for a month and each pack contains 6-8 books.

Ask us for more details…

Fun after school programme!

Fun after school programme!

Love LEGO®? Join the free LEGO® Club !
Lincoln Library, first Wednesday of the month,
first session 7 February, 3.30–4.30pm
Leeston Library, third Monday of the month,
first session 19 February, 3.30–4.30pm
Darfield Library, second Tuesday of the month,
first session 13 February, 4–5pm
Rolleston Library, fourth Tuesday of the month,
first session 27 February, 5–6pm
Register at your preferred library.
Term time only.

Recommended for primary

school aged children. Children under eight
years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

New opening hours

From Labour Day (Monday 23 October 2017), Selwyn District Libraries will begin a six-month trial of new opening hours based on consultation carried out in the draft Annual Plan.Each of the four libraries have unique hours to enable greater access to library services at times convenient to residents. More details inside.

From Labour Day (Monday 23 October 2017), Selwyn District Libraries will begin a six-month trial of new opening hours based on consultation carried out in the draft Annual Plan.

Each of the four libraries have unique hours to enable greater access to library services at times convenient to residents.

With library hours extending into Saturday afternoons, programmes and activities will be available in the weekends as well as during the week. Service Centres at Lincoln, Leeston and Darfield will be available on Saturday mornings until midday. The trial hours also include at least one extended evening per week to allow access after business hours.

Darfield

Monday 9:00am – 5:00
Tuesday 9:00 – 7:00
Wednesday 9:00 – 5:00
Thursday 9:00 – 5:00
Friday 9:00 – 5:00 (apart from second and fourth Friday of the month when will open at 10:00 for staff training)
Saturday 9:30 – 3:30
Sunday CLOSED

Leeston

Monday 9:00 – 5:00
Tuesday 9:00 – 5:00
Wednesday 9:00 – 6:00
Thursday 9:00 – 5:00
Friday 10:00 – 4:00
Saturday 10:00 – 4:00
Sunday CLOSED

Lincoln

Monday 8:30 – 5:30
Tuesday 8:30 – 5:30
Wednesday 8:30 – 5:30
Thursday 8:30 – 6:30
Friday 8:30 – 5:30 (apart from second and fourth Friday of the month when will open at 10:00 for staff training)
Saturday 9:30 – 3:30
Sunday CLOSED

Rolleston

Monday 8:30 – 5:00
Tuesday 8:30 – 6:00
Wednesday 8:30 – 6:00
Thursday 8:30 – 6:00
Friday 10:00 – 6:00
Saturday 9:30 – 4:00
Sunday CLOSED

Teen Book Club

Do you love reading? Are you aged 13 or over? Lincoln Library is running a Teen Book Club this year and we would love you to join us! Come along and talk about the books you love, see the latest Young Adult titles, and get some help with your NCEA texts. Drinks and snacks provided! If this sounds like you, contact the Lincoln Library on 3472876, or email Lincoln.Library@selwyn.govt.nz

Paws for reading

Paws for Reading – Term One 2018

Read to a furry friend! Is your child shy or reluctant about reading? Do they need to gain confidence in reading aloud? Reading to a gentle and patient furry friend can help. Selwyn District Libraries are partnering with members of the Selwyn Dog Training Club to offer Paws for Reading. Book your child in to spend fifteen minutes reading to a friendly, carefully selected dog.

Read to a furry friend!

Is your child shy or reluctant about reading? Do they need to gain confidence in reading aloud? Reading to a gentle and patient furry friend can help. Selwyn District Libraries are partnering with members of the Selwyn Dog Training Club to offer Paws for Reading. Book your child in to spend fifteen minutes reading to a friendly, carefully selected dog.

Can this help your child’s reading?

Similar programmes have been shown to improve reading fluency between 10 – 30% over time, however no results are guaranteed.

How to participate

Please bring a book that your child has read before or choose one from the library before the session. Most sessions will be on the mobile library bus.

Dogs have each been carefully selected and will be monitored by the dog’s owner/handler. A library staff member will also be on hand at all times during the session, however the sessions encourage children to read to the dog with minimal adult intervention.

IMPORTANT

Please do not book your child into a session if they are nervous or anxious around dogs.

Please do not book your child into a session if they have a known allergy to dogs.