passive solar handbook -Finishing The Passive Solar RV Heating Porch

July 26, 2014 – 9:23 pm

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  1. 25 Responses to “passive solar handbook -Finishing The Passive Solar RV Heating Porch”

  2. I finally finished building my RV solar porch framing and roof´╗┐

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 26, 2014

  3. That porch looks like crap.´╗┐

    By Joe Walker on Jul 26, 2014

  4. Ouch, too hot for me.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 26, 2014

  5. Yes many people have suggested that.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 26, 2014

  6. I bet that rope light would look better under the porch eaves.

    By bpachol on Jul 26, 2014

  7. Looking great Troy. Keep up the good work. Psalm 37

    By Adama Tova on Jul 26, 2014

  8. hmmm…. Not meaning to suggest you be an experiment, but that would be
    something interesting to see. To find out if its a cheap effective option
    for such things. Choosing the right paint…thats almost a science these
    days though.

    By tonysshadow on Jul 27, 2014

  9. I also had one of those barrel burners in a work shop at one time and man
    oh man can thay put off some heat. You can go through a lot of wood with
    one of those things so keep that in mind if you decide to use that one.

    By mark a. coffeen on Jul 27, 2014

  10. ok

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  11. Good idea

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  12. I’m curious, why do you start work at 12 in the afternoon and then quit at
    5 to go to church , I just don’t want to see you suffer and the winter

    By Beetle Bailey on Jul 27, 2014

  13. Oh dear Lord…Ive purposely havent checked the weather for Georgia. Ive
    gone outside earlier this evening and it seemed like filly flopping cool
    air, hot air, cool air, hot air. Grrrrr.

    By tonysshadow on Jul 27, 2014

  14. Thanks for the tip. I might change it later.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  15. *front

    By Halofan830 on Jul 27, 2014

  16. For the washer use a bucket in the bathtub. I did that when living in the
    apartment and saved a lot on laundromat costs. Its a huge power eater using
    a machine at home. The rest sounds good. But you cannot go with 24 volt
    batteries and the HF panels. They are set for 12 volt batteries.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  17. They’ll be fine. They have feather jackets. ;) In that small coup he has,
    they will be nice & toasty from body heat. He just needs to make sure they
    don’t get any drafts.

    By MotherOfManyHorses on Jul 27, 2014

  18. that cubby hole is a wreck waiting to happen air pocket and critter lodging
    but all in all it look’s good sir..

    By Niche Sanchez on Jul 27, 2014

  19. Even if Troy doesn’t do anything more to their roost, they’ll be fine.
    Already, his chickens will fare much better than the wild birds in the
    forest around them. Primary consideration for winter is access to plenty
    high protein food and water. Making sure their water isn’t frozen for any
    material length of time. When frozen, quickly replacing each morning with
    room temp or slightly warmer fresh water. & during the day, if daytime
    temps below freezing.

    By Oldtimer Lee on Jul 27, 2014

  20. Thanks for the tips. I will probably do both.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  21. Layer of plastic on inside AND outside. Clear (large bubble) bubble wrap in
    between.

    By TheMrKrause on Jul 27, 2014

  22. Thanks for the info

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  23. ah very nice :)

    By liighthead on Jul 27, 2014

  24. Wow! That is awesome.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  25. I will

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

  26. Good idea, thanks.

    By The Do It Yourself World on Jul 27, 2014

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