Not looking forward to that, but at least I'm not running halides or something. It will be nice not having to run a chiller and A/C my house during 100 degree weather, so hopefully that partially covers for it.600 gallon tank, plus 300 gallon tank... oooh boy you are NOT going to like California's electricity rates compared to Texas. Welcome though
Correct, Dogpatch as in the city near the old piers. I suspect I'll be in a 20-40 minute commute south due to my wife's employment prospects.Welcome
Dogpatch as in San Francisco?
Big tanks and apertments... but hey it’s possible!
True no A/C... however PG&E (the local power extortionists) know that us San Franciscans don't need A/C either, as a result our baseline (the amount of power the deem we should use) is extremely low. Sometimes it seems like you'll hop into that more expensive tier if you watch too much TV in a given month. Now I have no concept of how much a power bill is with A/C during summer months, but you probably are going to get a sense of sticker shock considering how little power you use elsewhere. No chiller to be certain, but keeping roughly 1000 gallons of water at 10-15 degrees above ambient room temperature is just as bad, halides probably would be power savings when you look at it that wayNot looking forward to that, but at least I'm not running halides or something. It will be nice not having to run a chiller and A/C my house during 100 degree weather, so hopefully that partially covers for it.
That would be great, I'll keep that in mind as my plans firm up.It's 40-45 min from dogpatch to Golden Gate Bridge. Nice area tho.
I'm 10-15 min from dogpatch in the excelsior. I have a used 60"x18"x 20"tall acrylic tank you could use temporarily.