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Posted by Jack on June 19, 2007, 5:22 pm
 
WOW. Congratulations Morris. That is really impressive.  Its nice to
see you recognize another contractor as well. From the pictures and
the general vibe I get from your wording I'd guess that you will be
very successful in this business should you choose to grow it. I'd be
interested myself in talking with you about your ideas for a house I
plan on building later this year. Its in Nova Scotia Canada, however.
Shipping might be the challenge.


Posted by Wayne Langille on June 19, 2007, 7:07 pm
 
Hi Jack, Im in Nova Scotia, Moris is in  USA.  My panels can be seen at
atlanticenergy.ca under projects.  Wayne Langille


Posted by Morris Dovey on June 20, 2007, 4:33 am
 Jack wrote:
| WOW. Congratulations Morris. That is really impressive.  Its nice to
| see you recognize another contractor as well. From the pictures and
| the general vibe I get from your wording I'd guess that you will be
| very successful in this business should you choose to grow it. I'd
| be interested myself in talking with you about your ideas for a
| house I plan on building later this year. Its in Nova Scotia
| Canada, however. Shipping might be the challenge.

Thanks. The crew from ProLine had never seen a solar heating panel
before, but understood what was needed (in about a minute and a half)
and did a first-class job. It doesn't cost me anything to give credit
where credit is due. One of the side-effects is that ProLine may offer
my panels as an option for their buildings - an idea I'd really like
to encourage.

Shipping to any place in Canada that can be reached by truck isn't a
problem. I'll be happy to talk with you - but there may be some cost
advantage to buying a locally produced product (and saving shipping
costs) if it meets your needs.

My challenge for today is to design a wooden fork lift to put pallets
on semi traliers so I won't have to pay (and bill) for lift gate
services. I've worked out a design for a push-around lift and hope it
looks as good in the morning as it does tonight. :-)

--
Morris Dovey
DeSoto Solar
DeSoto, Iowa USA
http://www.iedu.com/DeSoto/



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