Experienced Maine Off-gridder gives Watt-a-Light a Big 'Thumbs Up'!

We are so thankful for all of the support we receive from the off-grid community!  One of our long-time customers sent us a glowing review and also was kind enough to send along some images of his off-grid setup to share with you!
This is from Paul, off grid in Pownal, Maine:
"I've tried the cheap stuff, and it's just not worth bothering with. The folks at Watt-a-Light separate the quality from the junk, so you don't have to."
Paul utilizes a few different Watt-a-Light products to light up his home both inside and out. Here are some of the pictures and captions he shared with us.  
 
10 Watt Marine floodlights illuminating outside of house in Pownal Maine in the evening
Here we see the gorgeous home from the outside illuminated at night by our 10 Watt LED Marine Flood Lights.
Daytime image of house with one 10 Watt flood light installed on each rooftop corner.
Watt-a-Light's attractive  10 Watt LED Marine Flood Lights just peeking out from the eaves.
Kitchen Lighting shown inside of off grid home
Paul uses 3 Watt MR 16 LED tracklight bulbs (with GU-10 base) to light up the counters and bookshelves.  
Three arrays (third is in distance, far right) totalling about 4kW. The single panel to left runs a submersible SunPump that fills a 200 gallon tank in the basement
Three arrays (third is in distance, far right) totalling about 4kW. The single panel to left runs a submersible SunPump that fills a 200 gallon tank in the basement.
Three Midnite Classic controllers, three Midnite Solar Mini DC Disconnect boxes, Outback 3.6 kW inverter, and four 5kW LiFePO4 batteries
Three Midnite Classic controllers, three Midnite Solar Mini DC Disconnect boxes, Outback 3.6 kW inverter, and four 5kW LiFePO4 batteries
AC and DC breaker boxes, and 120 -> 240 stepup transformer:
AC and DC breaker boxes, and 120 -> 240 stepup transformer
200 gallon water tank, fed by submersible SunPump. Float switches tell Sunpump controller when to turn pump on/off:
200 gallon water tank, fed by submersible SunPump. Float switches tell Sunpump controller when to turn pump on/off:
Hybrid 55 gallon hot water tank. 2/3 of the year there is excess power, which goes to heat water:
Hybrid 55 gallon hot water tank. 2/3 of the year there is excess power, which goes to heat water

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