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Final verdict on homemade GRID TIE inverters?

Discussion in 'Alternative Energy' started by arizonaguide, Dec 28, 2009.

  1. arizonaguide

    arizonaguide New Member

    Dec 22, 2009
    Hey RB,
    Yup! I guide tours to the Grand Canyon, and everyone from Australia says Arizona (including the Hot Sunshine in the desert area here) reminds them of Home. In fact, I usually play the Man from Snowy River as my return Movie! (that area in the movie looks just like Northern Arizona/Prescott area that we drive through, and we have similar wild mustangs) Everybody always loves that movie! :)

    I will look for the kind with a silver reflective tint. I have 4 windows that HAVE to be done before MAY!
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2010
  2. summitville

    summitville Member

    Nov 30, 2009

    Were you able to resolve your 150 Degree Attic Air temperature issue?
    With night time temperatures of 75 degrees your attic should cool down.
    You state it is not.
    You have a serious lack of ventilation.
    My neighbor had an attic staying at 100 degrees in Summer.
    We installed several more Roof Vents - he had only ONE !
    Eve vents were OK.
    Now attic drops to outside air temp every night.
    His A/C runs alot less.

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