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Going Solar at Home: Solar Panel Basics

Save money on electricity and reduce your carbon footprint by installing photovoltaic panels. This guide will help you get started Full Story
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djbittle
What about fire with solar on the roof? Here in Southern NJ last year there was a terrible fire at a large food warehouse and because the solar panels on the roof were "alive" firefighters could not touch it. It took days to burn itself out. The stink was incredible and the place was burned to the ground!
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J.Russell Bailey, I didn't write nor insinuate that you were a troll. I stated that debate attracts trolls.

I have also been here for 6+ decades. During that time I lived in wild, completely off the grid, for over a year. I've done pretty much everything a person can do to be entirely self-dependent and I am woman who is only 5'1". I gave up driving, sold my car, and rode my bike 6 miles to and from work and for everything else for a decade. I'm not writing this to increase your esteem of me but because during all that time I have learned that debate often doesn't solve problems but creates them. Conversation and an exchange of ideas without debate is not an indication of shallow thinking. I have found that there are some persons who tend to index other people into groups indicated by some derogatory name they've invented are often short sighted and unyielding in their own view points. That certainly doesn't mean everyone is.

I, just as nearly everyone else on this planet has also, have learned more through cooperation than through debate. If you learn more through debate, then more power to you. But you are mistaken if you believe for a moment that people who don't want to debate are shallow thinkers who don't what they believe or why they believe it. They just don't want to debate with you.
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Make Your Own Barn-Style Door — in Any Size You Need

Low ceilings or odd-size doorways are no problem when you fashion a barn door from exterior siding and a closet track Full Story
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Stacy Murray
Really beautiful! Always wanted one! Now it's possible! Thanks for sharing
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Siobhan Brennan
You could have gone one step further and followed your molding on walls to left and right, and created the same pattern on the door. Basically the door molding matching your wall detailing, so it blends in even better, since you have the molding on many areas it would have made more consistent , and more like it was always there. Not being critical, you did a great job, and the cost to accomplish is amazing. bravo!
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