David Graber wrote:The hot water from my RMH firebox loop, and the water from my solar collector loop
Dk Carver wrote:We've decided to lay it all on the table, tell a bit about ourselves and what we're looking for...
Krista Millerit's a huge liability, and there is caution in making a video for wide distribution, without any pre-qualifications, that show a "how to do hot water"[/quote wrote:
When you say "hot water", do you mean, for domestic hot water (eg. showers, dishwashing, etc), or sufficient volume for an in-floor hydronic heating system?
Nathan Wrzesinski wrote:If you can get a shipping container out to your land you could set it down and bury it with earth.
Gary Stuart wrote:If the land deal we're pursuing doesn't go through, our next option is to look for someone who owns land, shares our vision, and would appreciate having us around, exchanging work for rent, etc. Easier said than found up here in the Great White North, however.
Jon Piper wrote:I'm counting on the dry earth to give "annualized thermal inertia" as paul calls it in his wofati article, or "passive annual heat storage" as john hait calls it.