please can some one tell me the best way to connect up batts to power my house, ive got 6 volt yuasa 160 amp batts and 18 in total my idea was to slpit the house power into 3 sections, one set of batts for my lighting ive got about 450 wats of power in my lights to cover and i have a 12v / 1500w invertor for this, i then wanted to run x amount of batts to cover my bedrooms and bathrooms plug useage,maybe a 1000w at any one time ,again i have got another 12v/1500w invertor for this ,,and finally the last set up was to run living room side ie cooker ,fridge freezer,etc for this i was going to get a 3000 wat inverter my idea is to power my house for maybe 2-3 days and then say the third day my generator would kick in and run the house for say 8 hours but also recharge the batts,then go back over to batt power i have been told if i run in paralel i would keep the same volts but keep doubleing the amps; am i right in thinking that i need more amps than volts? as my 2 invertors at present are 12 v input then i will have to series my 2 6 volts up to give me 12volts am i right in thinking i will only get 160 amps and not 320 doing this , Iwould like to use a bank of 8 batts to run the say 3000 inverter and then 4 batts to run the 1500 inverter and the same with the last inverter leaving me two batts as spares can you please please please advise me maybe a diagram i am looking to get the best useage from my batts time wise i know this will depend on what i use but the only appliance that will run 24 hrs is the fridge which is A rated, thank you