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Post by David on Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:34 am

It would be helpful to provide contact information.

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Post by CanuckBob on Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:35 am

I did about 20 posts ago.......

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Post by David on Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:39 am

Oops! I stand corrected!
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Post by MexicoPete on Sun Sep 24, 2017 1:34 pm

CanuckBob wrote:I did about 20 posts ago.......

And making a further quote from CB "you can call Nyah at 331-400-2646."

Have they announced yet where their new offices will be? I would love to visit them, once I return to Mexico in a week or two.
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Post by hkrause on Sun Sep 24, 2017 7:39 pm

CB is correct on the phone number... that's the same number Nyah gave us last week.

No, Pete... no word yet on their new office location. I understand they have a spot, but have to wait on announcing it until some things are ironed out. It appears that Nyah is monitoring this discussion, so I assume everyone will get notification once they're set.

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Post by MexicoPete on Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:13 pm

Thanks for the update. I'm still up North, but when I get back I hope I will soon be able visit them in their new environment. These folks are Great. Nyah and his staff were always there for me if I had a problem, something that so far hasn't been serious.

In 2007 when I ordered my system, there were many more power outages then we have now. And based on my experiences between 1997 and 2007 a battery backup system was necessary. So I installed 8 Trojan deep cell Golf cart batteries and connected one of my three phases to this system. So any time the power went out those things connected to my backup phase had a battery backup system that would be charged in the day and would feed my refrig, my TV, my computer and a garage door opener plus a few lights everywhere would keep on operating..

Well because the power outages became fewer and fewer and for shorter periods of time, people stopped putting in battery back up systems. And my batteries that were not needed often lasted much longer than normal. I probably should not have replaced them a couple of years ago, but I did. And it's nice knowing that you would always have power for your most important items.
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Post by Bubba2shoes on Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:26 am

Well, Pete, your story baffles me. We have libed here in West Ajijic for some 16 years and I have no recollection of a time of significant power outages during that entire period. We also have solar panels sold to us an installed by eSun but we did that to save money on exhorbitant elctriic bills rather than ittermitent electrical outages. It took us a while to recover our capital outlay and recover our investmant but we did so

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Post by ferret on Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:50 am

@Bubba2shoes, I think it's the same rationale as Telmex service... depends on where you live. I can tell you that from May 2011 to May 2012, we were renting in a very very nice gated community in upper Ajijic. In that year, we experienced more power outages than we had experienced previously in all the time that we have lived in Mexico. No electricity, no water.
In La Huerta, it was better but for longer duration. Again, no electricity, no water.
Here, where I live now in lower Riberas, there has been two in the last 15 months and they were of very short duration. But I wouldn't care so much because I have a tinaco and no pressure system. Being without electricity is not that big a deal for me but being without water because there's no electricity really gets my knickers in a knot.
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Post by Bubba2shoes on Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:17 am

Interesting, ferret. We have, as. i wrote earlier, lived in Ajijic on a city street with no homeowners' association issues and in the historical center of San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas for some 11 years, dividing our time between disparate communities about half and half. In neither town are we part of any homeowners' association nor do we live on streets where neighbors form community associations of au kind except that in Chiapas, where there is virtually no law and cops are notoriously crooked, neighbors watch out for each other whereas in Ajijic, no one gives a rat's assone way or the other. In all 16 yearsvwe have never had amy problems with utilities whether watrr or electricity. Of course, gas is delivered by truck in both places at our request. The fact is we had moreutility problems in Rural Northern California, where we lived for some 40 years, than we have ever experienced here in Jalisco or dowmn in Chiapas - Mexico's poorest state.

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