Business & Professional Services



Stephanie Davidson – Licensed Sales Consultant with Devlin Real Estate Licensed under REAA 2008
Selling property in Kaiapoi and North Canterbury

Stephanie Davidson
Sales Representative

Stephanie Davidson is well known in North Canterbury for her work ethic, commitment and resilience.Given her vast background in key areas house – and home related, it is no surprise that Stephanie is fast climbing the ladder of success in her chosen field.

When others say, “You can’t do that!’, Stephanie says, “What can we do?”, and sets about making things happen.

Stephanie has a quick and creative mind, an eye for detail and a particularly good way with the written word. She takes an innovative approach to marketing, tailoring a solution to fit your situation – and your pocket.

Stephanie will keep you well informed throughout the entire sales process. She provides a high level of service to both vendor and purchaser, doing her utmost to ensure that offers make it all the way to confirmation and settlement.

When it comes to selling your home, call Stephanie Davidson – she will get you moving in the right direction.

 

Stephanie Davidson website
Mobile: 027 634 6915 Office: 03 313 8829 After hours: 03 312 8047 Facsimile: 03 313 6149
https://www.facebook.com/stephanie.davidson.906
Kaiapoi Monograms
55 Hilton St, Kaiapoi 7630

Kaiapoi Monograms has been in operation for more than 25 years from the Historical Old Mill Buildings.  Penny & Trevor took over this business in 2004 and continue to offer a high level of customer service and outstanding detail to their customers.

Interesting History.

The Kaiapoi Mill, established in 1873, originated as a woolen mill.  One of the key services they provided was monogramming.

“I began to see life, however, when I viewed the making of monograms. The Kaiapoi Company specialises in this line, and will make any monogram for any design submitted. The first step is taken by the artist who draws the required picture, three times the necessary size. The colours are all inserted, and then comes the selection of the blue, gold, red or other materials needed. I had not realised that there were so many colours in thread. The next operation reaches the region of miracles; it has to be seen to be believed. By a device which is a translation of the artist’s pantograph into a tracery of steel, an incredible machine does six monograms at a time. The operator sits with a control needle, running it carefully over the centrally situated single pattern, and the machine takes care, six at a time, of the intricate weaving of curve, line and colour. There are three of these sextuple machines busy all the time.

Designs that require gold or other metallic threads or fine wire require special processes.

The Kaiapoi monogram pattern book is rather like one of those fascinating colour scrap books kept by our grandmothers; there are hundreds of designs from the familiar intertwined letters to the silver fern, the kiwi and elaborate multi-coloured crests. Some of them have the colour values of a painting.”

Kaiapoi Monograms
03-327 7058
Kaiapoi Aquatic Centre
9 Cass Street, Kaiapoi

The Kaiapoi Aquatic Centre is an indoor heated aquatic facility open year-round with a 6-lane 25 metre main pool, a learners pool with a waterfall into the toddlers pool.

This aquatic facility was rebuilt after suffering significant damage in the February 2011 earthquake and reopened in August 2013.

Programmes and activities available include:

Learn to swim and water safety programme
Schools swimming lessons
Aquarobics
Lane swimming
Masters swimming
Birthday pool parties and more!

(03) 375 5041