What’s a MRCOOL Smart Controller? The MRCOOL Smart Controller is a new wireless control system that integrates with your smartphone and/or other smart-home devices. Which ones? Right now the Smart Controller is compatible with both Alexa and Google Assistant. But more is coming! By Q3 2019, full integration with Nest thermostats should be completed. Yeah, sure, all that compatibility is great, but what does this thing do? Well, I’m glad you asked. Amazing MRCOOL Smart Controller Kit Features! Global Control – Control your MRCOOL air conditioner or heat pump via your smartphone from anywhere in the world. Weekly Scheduling – Powerful 7 day scheduling functionality helps you...
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Sep 5th 2019 Written by: Eccotemp Systems Natural disasters can be your worse enemy and regardless of where you live, you’re faced with them. Whether you live in the northwest with the threat of deadly blizzards or you live in the southeast constantly looking over your shoulder for the next hurricane we are all tasked with the same responsibility, emergency preparedness. In every home there should be an emergency supply kit stored in a safe dry location that can be easily accessed in the event of an emergency. We’ve accumulated tips from professionals at nsc.org to help you better prepare...
In February 2018, Gosford, NSW Australia the Tiny Homes Foundation launched it first 4 houses aimed at helping to solve homelessness.Tiny Homes Foundation is a not for profit organization dedicated to providing socially, environmentally and economically sustainable affordable housing solutions and support for people experiencing homelessness. The construction of the houses also gave hands on learning opportunities to young people interesting in pursuing building as a career. The Australian Apprentice Association (AAA) has partnered with the Tiny Homes Foundation (THF) in an innovative new model which combines the construction of homeless accommodation solutions and delivery of pre-employment skills training to...
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Oct 02, 2019
Oct 02, 2019
Oct 02, 2019
I am having a hard time finding someone to install my toilet. Can you recommend someone in the Gilroy, CA area?
I have not yet installed it.
Five star rated company giving five stars. I have had the Senville. AC unit in my garage for seven years and it’s ran perfectly with absolutely no problem. I recently purchased one for my sunroom and my master bedroom. I purchased this from tiny house because their prices were the best and shipping quick. I would highly recommend tiny house for purchases and highly recommend Senville Hvac products. If you are not a professional please have these units professionally installed to make sure they life expectancy meets your needs
It's more than just an extension cord. The connections on the ends are nicely attached and the cord itself is heavy gauge wire. If you are debating whether or not you need this, you probably do. I didn't buy it with my solar panel originally and quickly realized having an additional fifteen feet of cord is very helpful. I'd buy this again and Tiny House Essentials had the best price.
Senville AURA 18000 BTU Mini Split Multi Zone Air Conditioner and Heat Pump - SENA/18HF/D
Very satified with the service at TinyHouseEssentials. I bought 3 units and other than the directions being not super clear in a couple spots, I am very satisfied with my purchases. I found the info I needed from you-tube videos
The 200 watt flexible kit was complete for my install. No issues. I cut multi wall polycarbonate sheets (available at Lowes or Home Depot) 1" larger than the panels and put bolts from the back allowing the panel to be attached to the polycarbonate through the 6 holes in the solar panel.. Between the panel and polycarbonate I put strips of 3M 5952 VHB 1" two sided tape near the edges. I was then able to attach these assemblies to the roof with 3M VHB.
Using the 1" extra space that the polycarbonate extended around the panel, I Put a 4"strip of ETERNABOND RoofSeal across the leading edge and sides, leaving the rear open to let any water that got beneath the assembled panel to escape.
No holes necessary. Very happy with the install and the performance of the Solar Kit. Since the factory mounting holes are utilized if a service were required the panel could be removed by taking out the bolts and cutting the ETERNABOND tape at the front.
This Renogy 200 Watt Solar Kit up is perfect for Airstream or a round roofline and can be owner install.
great product and will serve me well in the years to come.
Love your solar system. Wind turbine bolts are to short.
I have yet to install this. The service was great, they responded to my email with some concerns immediately. NO TAX was a pleasant surprise!
TinyHouse had my solar panel promptly drop shipped directly from Zamp. This was perfect in my opinion as it provides for proper packing, less travel time for the item (going from manufacturer to the retailer and then to the customer). Item arrived in good condition, minus a couple of loose bolts probably due to vibration in transit. I contacted Zamp with one question about the panel which they answered to my satisfaction. Used to charge the 2 6 volt batteries in my RV and it worked flawlessly. TinyHouse has my business now for future orders. Thanks guys.
We just used our new Zamp 140W suitcase solar on a trip last week, and we were so impressed with how easy it was to set up (just open up and plug it in), and by how much power it generated, even early in the morning. We had brought the generator as a backup, but never got it out. We also have the extension cable, which allowed us to move the solar into the sunniest location. Oh, and a plug for made in the USA. Love this product!
have yet to open the camper for the year but the panel appears to be easy to set up.
My van's roof is pretty full, so these panels fit well for me. Went from 225 watts to 395 watts. All is good. Zamp is great.
work as it state on the web