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Thank you for the great forum, Safe Driving over the weekend. Sincerely Jason


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  1. Cal


    Hi Chris that would be great. Thank you.
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    @bobster. This is great! I want your solar system. I can’t see your signature? But I’m reading from my phone? Can you give details and Company used.
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    Wow! Thank you all such great info and certainly helps me get started. Although it is just me I do have my son and fiancé in a flat off the house and I forgot to mention a dreaded pool. So although I may only have a few needs for myself I’m sure they would love me to include them in the mix. I don’t mind if I have to spend money for a proper system if it means less stress and DIY type stuff for the next 10 years or so. Now that you’ve provided info (that I can actually wrap my head around) I will try and find a decent service provider who can give options - then perhaps I could check back in for further input before I decide?
  4. I have been fortunate in that my suburb never had loadshedding, however this has just changed. I have absolutely no clue where to start and even reading the posts is like trying to understand a foreign language. I’m a single woman so my priority is ensuring my alarm stays on, my electric gates and garage work and some lights in the house. I also need a system that is extremely user friendly. Ideally I shouldn’t have to do anything or worry about anything blowing up. As I cannot foresee that loadshedding is ever going to stop I don’t mind spending the money if I know everything will work and I won’t have to maintain anything. Please could you suggest what route I should go. Solar? Invertor? I live in PE so if you have any recommendations of companies I could trust to work with that would be great.


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