I've seen different house solar heating units. Which one are you talking
about? I would think for most days those would work here. Most I
looked at were DIY and were more work than I wanted to do. I have the
heating running at 62 degrees and boost it if it rains to keep dampness
down. At nights in the living room I use a space heater.
On 01/26/2017 01:30 PM, jr_...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
I'm using a portable heater and mostly stay in one room where my
computer is kept and where I'm posting this message right now. But
I'm estimating my heating cost to be high for this month. I'm
thinking of getting those solar panels to get power from the sun for
heating. Do you think this is cost effective here in the Bay Area?
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <noozguru@...> wrote :
Can't wait to see my PG&E bill for this month. Actually I can wait.
And I keep the house at 62 degrees most of the time. California homes
aren't built for long term low temps but more for staying cool in
summer. That's when they are concerned about electrical consumption.
And the cities around here are considering starting their own
municipal utilities and dumping PG&E which now has a criminal felony
On 01/26/2017 10:52 AM, jr_esq@... <mailto:jr_esq@...>
Thanks. It must be really cold over there right now. It's 54 degrees
over here in SF and sunny. But it's cold for me.
<mailto:hepa7@...> wrote :
Yes, I do live in Tampere.