I had to knock down a wall in order to get my CNC in. My back door was
only 48" wide, so, with with jack posts and air-hammers we got the job
That particular wall is facing South. I had been intrigued by Morris
Dovey's work for quite some time and after a few very informative and
friendly e-mails and phone conversations, Morris shipped one 4-ft x 5-
ft panel on a skid to Port Huron MI. My guys picked it up there with
the truck and we installed it this week.
Today, minus 7-degrees Celsius. We took down the temporary walls we
had built outside of the gaping hole, (for security and heat reasons)
and the first sunlight hit the panel just an hour ago.
Amazing.....Just absolutely amazing. Free heat!! And way more than I
If you have a shop/garage with a south wall, and you're in a cold
location, run, don't walk to your nearest computer and give Morris a
If you're up here in Canuckistan (SW Ontario region), hit the info
button on my website www.topworks.ca and I will set it all up for you.
Very happy r