Monthly Archives: August 2014

7.2 Kilowatt – Bartram Park

30 Solar Panels at 240 watts per panel. These panels are German-made Antaris solar panels with a 30-year power output warranty. At 4.4 Sun hours per day in Florida this system should collect 31.68 kilowatt hours per day. Per month … Continue reading

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Del Webb’s First Photovoltaic Array

I am fortunate to be the proud installer of Del Webb community’s first solar pool heating system, first solar water heater system and, with this latest install, its first photovoltaic array. This according to the home owner’s association for Del Webb. … Continue reading

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6 Kilowatt with Solar Cool Air Conditioner – Arlington

Full electric bill elimination! Woo-hoo another house goes net-zero for dirty energy use and their electric bill. Every solar panel installed counts toward a more sustainable future four our children, but it’s really a source of pride for solar companies … Continue reading

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Radiant Barrier – Positive Independent Consumer Report

We hope you enjoy pictures of our latest radiant barrier install. This client’s attic is now holding at 100 degrees. A reduction of 20 degrees in Summer. He has seen a 30% reduction on total electric consumption. It’s all well … Continue reading

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