Solar Winter in Maine | Print |
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Sunday, 11 April 2010 15:17

The colder the weather, the warmer we are!

 The winter of '07/'08 was a hum-dingah - an old-fashioned Maine winter with 100 inches of white stuff. Fortunately, heating our home with the Sun is one of the benefits (and pleasures) of a solar structure...particularly in the winter.

Recently, I saw a neighbor's heating oil bill...over $750 for the month of January! While that is definitely painful for the homeowner this winter, what will his bill be like 5 or 10 years from now?

Our home does not fear the winter snows. In fact, the colder it is, the clearer the skies. Yes, there are periods of cloudiness, but a crisp winter day allows the solar aspects of the house to shine. The Sun will deliver its energy at no cost -- definitely the best way to power and heat your home!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 17:03