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Old 11-13-13, 08:02 AM   #28
solarhotairpanels
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She likes the poly!
That's it! You're on your way!

Angle of sun is real low in the sky and gets worse at the end of Dec. which is why we all try to mount these hot air collectors as 'vertical' as possible for the winter sun.

Many times folks attach them right to a vertical 'wall' under an eave/overhang so in the summer when the sun is straight up in the sky the collectors are 'shaded' most of the day which is what you want.

Well keep me informed as you roll ok?
We can go over stuff along the way if need be.
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