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39 Comments on "Building a Solar Powered Workshop"

  1. I make candles and a range of different body products and just finished my shed, do you have any clue where I could get some designs from

  2. that power solar system can operate a small air conditioner unit?

  3. Deepraj Raut says:

    Cool πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘

  4. Egis Svedas says:

    Did you get the shed for free when they saw your buddy?

  5. I've found great project for that on Avasva website.

  6. Com Ander says:

    Not really a fan of prefab sheds. The ones Ive seen are build with very cheap and undersized or weak materials. Better make a small timber frame so the whole shed will outlive the solar panels πŸ˜‰

  7. Dave Wick says:

    What a great build! Thanks for sharing!

  8. jonne cleef says:

    It is such a big no no to put wiring through steel piping.. but although Nice build anyway.

  9. juan jose says:

    saw on top of a rolling island??

  10. Ed Smelly says:

    "The majority of [the solar power components] came from a single kit that we bought from Home Depot." All except the batteries which essentially doubled the cost of the solar power components.

  11. imyme says:

    WHAT IS THIS SORCERY? πŸ˜‚

  12. Linn says:

    WOW! I love it! Wish I had one myself!

  13. Nice job. My next job is to put solar in mine. I insulated mine and covered in plasterboard. It's made such a difference is darn hot in high summer and still warm in fall.

  14. Is this a workshop for one if them people who just like to look at it and not actually build stuff?

  15. David Roman says:

    Love this project. Installed solar system just in garage. Very useful.

  16. Cesar Caoili says:

    Since Thailand has a power voltage output of 220 volts, i manage to create me a solar power grid of 110 volts all my power tools are all run a 110 volts AC,. i enjoy working in my work shop 24 hrs,. everything are all battery operated equipment,. thanks for sharing your video awesome, i give you double thumbs up,..

  17. I really the white look on the inside ! The Solar was diffidently the strongest part of the video . I even think πŸ€” I could do this with help !!!πŸ‘πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

  18. irene gold says:

    Perfect workshop

  19. did you check out the consumer credit card at home Depot? it gives you 299$ with differed interest payments for the first 6 months…

  20. Wow…that turned out to be really nice

  21. SheffNation says:

    This was really cool

  22. M K says:

    Never would have thought to use a rain gutter as an indirect light fixture, cool

  23. Can you also make a greenhouse????

  24. Awe$ome77 says:

    Like the big project

  25. Max Powers says:

    This is a great shed. I would also love to try solar on a small scale like that, before buying it for my home. Great ideas.

  26. I think I may get one for the Mother in Law …for when she visits !

  27. Rap ! says:

    I would seriously live in that shed

  28. White wasnt the best choice for the shelves cause over time they will start showing age with all the scuffs and scratches

  29. Hey, you guys are moving too fast. Time to cut down on the caffeine.

  30. At 4:52 β€œconduit” This is what Mr. Scott on Star Trek used to say. β€œI conduit Captain, these engines are going to blow.”

  31. At 4:38 You said underwear.

  32. Hank Moody says:

    I'm a huge fan of the Ryobi tools. All my tools are Ryobi lol

  33. Steven James says:

    You guys looked like Breaking Bad in those white jumpsuits.

  34. A.J. Davis says:

    Wow! This was a really cool video! I just got a 10×12 building myself a few months ago and this has really given me some ideas for it. Much Obliged!

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