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    How Customers Install Solar Power | Motorhome Solar Installation

    Marie's Tiny Home - Interview

    Marie's Tiny Home - Interview
    Originally from France, Marie has been in New Zealand for several years, and we first met her in June of 2019, when she purchased a Tiny House Kit with a Hybrid Inverter from us. She had just finished the exterior cladding and windows on her tiny home, and was ready to start the interior. Since then, she’s gotten all the solar, electricity, gas-fitting and plumbing completed, and is now living in her tiny house as she completes the interior. We spoke to her about what inspired her to go tiny, and her experience building her very own tiny home!

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    Customer Install - Graeme in Nuhiti

    Customer Install - Graeme in Nuhiti
    "We successfully installed the Bach Kit this Summer on our place at Nuhiti and are more than happy with it. It does a fridge-freezer, another freezer, lights, toaster, jug, battery chargers, vacuum cleaner etc, basically anything we've thrown at it. (We have a gas oven.)"

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    Holiday Installs

    Holiday Installs
    The summer holidays are the perfect time to get DIY projects finished, so it's no surprise that we saw several of our kits get set up recently! Check out a few of our latest customer installs below.

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    Customer Install - Kohi and Doreen in Kawhia

    Customer Install - Kohi and Doreen in Kawhia
    Our place is at Te Waitere which is in the Kawhia harbour. With no experience at all on how to install a solar system, we were worried alright, but with that kiwi attitude (you know just give it a go) we found it was relatively straightforward. We worked out that it can only go one way. Then we stopped worrying about the parts that were left over, got the panels up on the roof facing the right way, and boom she was done. The electrician did the rest. And of course with your help - we are very appreciative. Nga mihi!

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