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  1. Auto Electric

    Another good one is just below the Goodyear in Chapala, on Pepe Giuzar.
  2. End of Chapala weather (sad)

    Even the weather is crying......
  3. End of Chapala weather (sad)

    Say it ain't so, Steve..... Adding our thanks and appreciation for the superb job you've done in offering this valuable service to the lakeside community, and to the world, for all this time.

    UPDATE: Dim Sum will be avail M, W, F starting Oct 9th, no more Saturdays. Stop by or email them for info & to reserve.

    AND, 1 to 2 Saturday's a month for a special dim-sum luncheon, by reservation only. (highly recommended) If you want to be on the dim-sum email blast list, send one to: chopsticksmx (at) gmail.com AND, Be sure to reply FAST when you get the notification!
  6. eSun Energy closed?

    This, from the guy with the phone # in his "member info" section! Muy rica.
  7. eSun Energy closed?

    A timely offer to assist anyone in need, with proof of stability and community involvement, not advertising. Get over yourself.
  8. eSun Energy closed?

    STI Solar Technology solartechnology.com.mx 10 years and still going strong @ lakeside; hundreds of systems @ lakeside including Riviera Alta community system, Laguna Vista community system, and Chapala Country Club systems, and thousands of solar systems all across Mexico, will be happy to assist with any service or warranty needs, PM or see the email address in the link below 10 year co or lead sponsor, Northern Lights Music Festival http://www.festivaldefebrero.com/2017-sponsors/
  9. On Demand Hot Water Heater

    Great article, just to add / mention: Most of these are not avail in MX, and are priced higher than MX models. The electric ones also draw more power than many MX homes have available.... Best ones in MX currently in our experience are either Bosch, or the new redesigned Kruger units, which now work very well with and as an automatic backup to solar hot water, and are very well priced. Fast, continuous, & seamless (good performance with or without sun) hot water, with the minimum of gas use. And isn't that really the goal? ;-)
  10. Water heater explanation?

    Some "del paso" units do have a small tank inside them, to help with the start up demand. You can check the brand and model # to get the specs. Also - del paso units of all types are rated in liters / minute of flow, as opposed to total liters or gallons.
  11. Solar Hot Tub Heater????

    Angus, Solar capacity can be easily adjusted / upsized to add more heating, based on temp preference and the type and size of the hot tub.
  12. Solar Hot Tub Heater????

    Chris, STI has helped 2 hot tub owners in Ajijic with this kind of setup in the past couple of months, both are quite pleased and join numerous other happy solar heated hot tub clients. Tom's point is also valid depending on your situation and preferences. Send me a PM and we can go from there to help you in the best way.
  13. Great people, many long time satisfied clients all across lakeside, for both property management and rentals: http://ajijichomes4rent.com/index.htm
  14. Homemade Thunder Jacket

    A "one size too small" dog fleece can also work well; the kind that has the velcro seam running down the spine is easy to put on (lays flat when open) and fasten quickly, snugly and securely.
  15. Mini split electric usage & solar?

    Two months of A/C use shouldn't send you into DAC if your net consumption is low the rest of the year. Best reco is to go through 1 season with the A/C and then assess what might be needed. Also keep in mind that if you add enough panels to generate credits during the other 10 months, those can help cover off your 2 months of A/C use. CFE "banks" those for you on a 12 month rolling basis.