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ArtMann

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#1 posted 10-22-2017 12:36 AM

If you are saying that with a straight face then there is absolutely nothing this old electrical engineer can do to educate you. I predict this poor fellow is going to pay more than twice as much for energy as he would if he were buying it from the utility company, He will produce close to twice as much pollution per killowatt-hour doing it.


Artman, nobody powers anything directly from the utility, there s always a conversion of at least one transformer before it gets to you. Natural gas and propane are pretty clean fuels.

With any lumber there s a risk of metal. Scan it first.

- Gilley23



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