This weeks installation shows a singleSolarSheat installed on a container with the interior work underway. Eventually there will be two SolarSheats installed to heat the cottage. Installation in Maine, USA. The SolarSheat makes a perfect supplementary heating system for a container office, cottage or home!
A customer contacted me last week who purchased an original grey non glazed transpired SolarSjheat from my first dealer The Solar Store in Gravenhurst Ontario. He remarked on how impressive it was and asked if I still had glass for it. We originally made it without glass for fresh air. He installed it on his hybrid home in Huntsville Ontario. He loaded it on his roof of the Honda Civic and took a picture of me before leaving. I was astonished that the product even from the beginning still lives and works great!
R. Walker from Ohio recently called to get a new sensor for his SolarSheat 1000G garage install. I was impressed to see the quality of the unit after 10 years!
A customer recently installed in Beaverton Ontario a 1500G prototype with the advanced next generation coating TINOX to heat his 1000 square foot garage. Perfect south south west exposure with no obstruction or tree line.
I received a call from a lady in Rhode Island who was residing her home. She needed new collars for the outside of the home to reinstall a SolarSheat 1500G. The system has been performing well since 2008. The installer sent me this image. Looks like new!
I modified the Winter Garden lite with the hinges now moved underneath with dome snap buttons to set off a better look.
A customer sent in his spring winter garden planting. He has been eating from it for about 3 weeks now. Vegetables planted beets,carrots,arugola, radicchio and lettuce.
I completed the prototype final unit with stand and lettering. The lettering will be pressed with hot stamp on the wood once I get the stencil outline. I may also use CNC letters.
Just finishing the Winter Garden Lite Dual Lid unit
Shot this last night on Winter Garden Lite
I had another idea for the Winter Garden; a double lid. This is ideally suited for the larger Winter Garden but decided to prototype it on a Winter Garden Lite. The dual lid can be used for one side of the garden that is opened more regularly for accessing herbs for cooking while the other side can be for growing vegetables.
SolarSheat at Greenland National Science Foundation. This year marks 8 years since the SolarSheat 1500G series was installed in Greenland. Polycarbonate was added due to the severity of the local weather. 10551 ft above sea level
I planted the Winter Garden Lite in the late spring with parsley, chives,thyme and basil.
Our partner Norellagg in France recently had a SolarSheat 500 installed flush with the building wall, This will be used for the building showcase of new home buyers.
I lined up my three Winter Gardens over the weekend. All three were the original prototypes. The Winter Garden in the middle is the original flanked by the Winter Garden lite on the left and the larger full size on the right.
I ran this first water test of the Winter Garden Friday.
I built and installed a 1/4 inch micro watering system for the Winter Garden lite unit. This should do the trick for watering the Winter Garden without having to lift the lid. Recommended for the spring through fall season.
I visited and upgraded a solar panel that powers the Winter Garden at a customer site. The customer has limited sunlight in the winter time is his backyard but planted late spring. Should be a good crop of vegetables and lettuces.
I planted the Winter Garden year 3 in February and this is some of the harvest. I find that the vegetables are very colourful. This must be due to the cold and concentration of the sugars.
Just dropped shipped tempered glass SolarSheat 500GS-DC SolarSheat 500GS-DC is designed for rooms less than 100 square feet