frank li wrote:Poor men cant afford cheap utility infrastructure and power elecrtonics!
Once you have installed and owned solarworld, outback, sma, magnum, fronius etc, you get spoiled, and in a good way. By comparison the cheapies are... well cheap, you cannot beat spending a few cents per watt more for good quality from companies with 30-plus year history of transferrable warranty that almost never needs to be replaced under warranty! Cheers.
William Bronson wrote:
But last year's average monthly bill in my area was $80 or so, and ours was roughly $250!
Brett Hammond wrote:
What is the downside to using the center pith and sap wood? Just that it is a lighter color, or is it weaker or split because of the different moisture content before drying?