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Picked up one problem : wet clothes doesn't dry out properly indoors. Meh.
Especially when it's 100% overcast, windy, wet and cold.
Will have to make a plan with this.
Our solar setup.
We are starting simple and small - so as to scale up later as our demand is growing. No good in plonking down R60k (or more) for equipment when you won't use it to its full capacity.
http://solar-works.co.za/ have three products available, we currently have the solar ball, it's a great design, and lasts quite long on a single charge.
Our second unit is an Ellies 4-light unit
Updated 08-04-2015 at 02:14 PM by The_Unbeliever
We're still busy settling in - lots of boxes, parcels and paraphernalia to unpack and sort out. But it is getting better by the day.
Because we opted to be off-grid, we have no electricity, but we do have a couple of solar lights for us to use.
Water still is an issue though, friends of us who live nearby offered us the use of their bathroom and we can fill our water bottles at their house.
As the loony municipality insists on building plans before
Updated 30-03-2015 at 09:10 AM by The_Unbeliever
After the walls and roof are up, they then do the floor inside.
We plan to use the wood obtained from pallets for the flooring as per http://www.viralnova.com/pallet-hardwood-floors/ - but for now we want to get our bearings first. Wooden floors can come later.
A small storeroom for the lawnmower
Updated 30-03-2015 at 10:11 AM by The_Unbeliever
First off, the site need to be cleared and levelled. (the following photo is just an example)
Then they put the panels down in order for assembly.
...and start the assembly process.
In a short
Updated 30-03-2015 at 10:07 AM by The_Unbeliever