Never say never! This thread has been incredible. But it has me thinking.
This was on the news tonight in Nashville ...Oooooooooooooh!!!!!! Super important PSA. Beware of the 4 legged friends. You see a frozen pool. Your dogs see a shortcut to the other side which won’t hold them much longer. Keep a close eye on the animals.
Awesome job by the lady.Wow.
Heroic action by Jennie.
Both are fine
I have solar which now produces more electricity than I use because I went from a single speed pump to variable-speed right after the solar install. I don't have the Powerwall but have considered it. The threads I've read on other sites from homeowners with Powerwall is that it works great to power a home overnight after a sunny day and but would not have been useful during the arctic blast through Texas. I'm looking at generator options, either for the home or just the pool.I'd love to have both, wall and geny. But which first? Because of my 6" frostline depth where I live, a one day scenario is not something I'm overly concerned about. I'm freaked about days of no power, with or without sub-freezing temps, or in a heat wave. And if there's snow, what happens to my solar panel output? I don't think a wall is the more reliable, robust solution. A generator seems like it could cover more possible scenarios, for much longer periods of time. Thoughts?