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  • Charles L. Seaman
    Jun 22 8:46 AM
      Re: [hreg] Houston solar companies
      We were in Houston yesterday bidding on a large project at a public assistance housing complex near the North Freeway.  If we get the bid this project should have our installation team in Houston for three weeks.  We don't ordinarily solicite business inside municipal Houston but this project is much too large to not respond to.

      Steven Shepard
      SBT Designs
      25581 IH-10 West
      San Antonio, Texas 78257
      (210) 698-7109
      www.sbtdesigns.com <http://www.sbtdesigns.com>

      ----- Original Message -----
      From:  David Power <mailto:dpower@...>   
      To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:28 PM
      Subject: Re: [hreg] Houston solar  companies

      You can try Southwest PV up in Tomball.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From:  Amanda  Tullos <mailto:atullos@...>  
      To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005 7:57  PM
      Subject: [hreg] Houston solar  companies


      Someone called me asking if there is any reliable  companies that can provide solar  and/or pv's panels for residential or commercial projects in the Houston  region. Anyone out there fit this  description?




      Amanda Tullos, Assoc.  AIA, LEED AP
      AIA COTE -  Houston
      American Institute of  Architects
      Committee on the  Environment


      Amanda Tullos, Assoc. AIA,  LEED AP
      Heights Venture Architects,  LLP
      1111 North Loop West, Suite  800
      Houston, TX 77008
      713.869.1103 x169
      amanda.tullos@... <mailto:amanda.tullos@...>




      From: hreg@yahoogroups.com  [mailto:hreg@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Robert  Johnston
      Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005 7:22 PM
      To:  hreg@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [hreg] Hot Water  Heaters


      Has anyone on our list used a “heat  pump water heater”?  Is this a good option for our climate (e.g., pump  cool air into the house as you heat your water)?  It looks to me like  the major downside is the initial cost and the slow recovery  rate.  But properly sized, it should save a lot of  money, seems to me.  If anyone has any experience and/or contractors,  manufacturers, I’d like to know.

      Also, what is the latest thinking on  cost/payback on solar water heating in the Houston area, and again,  manufacturers/contractors.  I’d be pleased to hear from any vendors in  our group.

      Robert Johnston


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      Heat pump works great and efficient if like the one I had in Indian Harbor Beach, Fl. During 1966-1968.
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