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Post by Chapalagringa on Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:53 pm

Poor David, he has nothing to stand on so he resorts to his only form weak defense. Go ahead David, go first, share your links to your hypothetical thinking.

Ahh hocks, you could get skinny fast shoveling and transfering dirt. :) 18 bladders? that's a pretty big pool to hold 18 people.

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Post by CanuckBob on Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:16 am

hockables wrote:They are prescribing 18 black rubber bladder thingys for heat exchange
with 3 returns.... not sure if I want to supplement with electric heater or not yet...
Rest assured Lori.... I ain't digg'n this hole!

If you are going to supplement the heat you should consider a gas heater vs electric unless you have a monster solar electric system.
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Post by David on Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:27 am

Chapalagringa wrote:Poor David, he has nothing to stand on so he resorts to his only form weak defense. Go ahead David, go first, share your links to your hypothetical thinking.

Ahh hocks, you could get skinny fast shoveling and transfering dirt. :) 18 bladders? that's a pretty big pool to hold 18 people.

No need, anyone can read eSun's ad in the Guadalajara Reporter. Case closed.
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Post by MexicoPete on Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:13 am

I went to the local ATM and got money this morning and because it's next to esun, I dropped in. And they said the data from that ad is old and that they have done more installs. But that is not important. What is important for the potential buyer is to talk to the folks from each company. Maybe for one size installation (KW), Company A will be best, but maybe for your needs Company B will better match your needs.

If you are interested in a system why don't you drop by the local esun office with an electric bill and find out what their in-house staff recommends then phone up e2 and check with them.

There is no charge for getting an estimate. Maybe after looking at your electric consumption, it might be best not to get a solar system. Or if it is, you will be able to learn which company is best for you.

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