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We've just finished building a retirement home in the Margaret River region. We're moving in next week.

We haven't committed to solar yet and the chance to soak up other's experiences and knowledge compelled me to join.

Cheers

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Welcome @a.dent - glad you could join us. Seems you are getting in and arming yourself with the info at just the right time.

Congratulations on the retirement home, and what a beautiful area. Watch the wine intake!

Have you got three-phase in the new home? That's my only regret when we did a major extension and renovation last year - but in hindsight it would have been cost prohibitive anyway.

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What advantages did you see 3 phase giving you Marc, the capability of a larger solar system? I have it on my house but know very little about it other than the increased ability to cater for high powered machinery

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