With the grand re-opening of our blog behind us, I do believe introductions are in order. You may have already had the privilege of meeting our resident pun-generator, Ken, so all that is left is to introduce yours truly. My name is Chris and I am the second half of the magnificent duo and together we form the incredibly sarcastic and bombastic C4P blogging team.
But enough about us, you were here to read about all the fun that has been happening lately at C4P. But before that, to celebrate my inauspicious debut into the blogosphere, I would like to introduce to all of you our new DC Air Conditioning Unit! (Yes, I know Ken ‘cleverly’ hinted at it in his previous post. But for those of you that, like me, have no patience for rhymes and riddles, the reveal is here!)
It has just occurred to me, that Ken never actually introduced our beloved company. So I’ll give you a quick run-down of our company, what we do, why we’re here, and why you’re here. C4P Inc. is a solar solutions company, we do everything and anything from solar refrigerators and solar freezers that run on 12 and 24 volt DC power to air conditioning units and vents. If we don’t have it, let us know but I can already tell you that we will always respond with the same word – ‘yet’. As to why you’re here, well I would expect that you were drawn in by my unending charm and wit. But maybe, just maybe, you are part of the the extremely small minority that arrived here because you are interested in or have already dabbled into solar and are looking to take that next step. Let me tell you, you’ve arrived at the right place!
We don’t just manufacture solar appliances, we also provide multiple lines of accessories and self manufactured A-grade panels and everything else that you could possibly need to put a working solar system into place. Don’t believe me? Well you don’t have to, just check out our store. (Yes, it is a shameless plug, but that’s what this blog is for after all. Well, asides from being my source of entertainment.)
We don’t compromise in quality, which is why our appliances are priced at a premium. With us, you aren’t paying for the name on the outside, you’re paying for whats on the inside and at the end of the day, that is what truly matters. Or at least that’s what my mother always told me. All the other parts that we source for you guys are from brands that we truly believe in. These companies are established and trustworthy and will give you your money’s worth and then some (but not as much as our products do).
As much as I would like to tell you that I have lots more to tell you but not enough time to do so, I really don’t. If you managed to make it all the way here, I applaud you. That is a feat that I doubt I could have achieved. This isn’t just a one-time thing, so expect more updates from both me and Ken soon! Keep checking the blog, who knows, we may have some special prizes and goodies next time. If not, hopefully reading it will have at least brightened your day a bit (heh). Until next time, sayonara.
Are you taking your home off the grid? If so you will need approximately $30,000 worth of batteries and electrical equipment to store the energy and convert it to household current. The most common solar panel is a 3000 watt peak system. Cost of the system installed is about $20,000 to $25,000. Typical daily electrical production of that system is 10 to 12 kilowatt hours per day, which is not much electricity. Determine your daily electrical use from your past utility bills and that will tell you the size of the system that you need. I recommend that you have a licensed electrician install your system to meet building code requirements. Total cost of your system will be approximately $60,000 to $100,000 depending on the size of the system that you need and labor costs in your area.