Logee, a solar-powered heating and cooling system for small to medium sized buildings, is launching a new product that is both affordable and simple to install.
The new Logee Glasshouse Starter Kit is a single unit with two heaters and a small greenhouse heater.
It comes with a small plastic bag for storing the heating and air conditioning equipment.
The kit includes all the hardware needed to set up the greenhouse, the solar panel, and the heater.
The Logee glasshouse is a glass-and-metal box, with a window that can be covered up with a sheet of tempered glass.
It has a maximum air temperature of about 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
Logee says it’s easy to set the temperature of the greenhouse up to about 50 degrees Fahrenheit and then adjust it with a thermostat or other devices.
Logee is looking to provide its products to the community in the future.
“We want to continue to build community through our programs, and I think this is a great example of that,” said Logee founder Chris Ellingwood in an interview with The Huffington Post.
“It’s easy, it’s inexpensive, and it’s simple.”
Ellingwood said he had previously experimented with the solar heating system in his solar-generated greenhouse, but was not sure how to use it.
“So, I decided to make a solar system for Logee and make it very simple,” he said.
“If you don’t want to install solar panels, you can also just go and install your own solar panels.
You just need a small box and a few components, and you’re good to go.”
The Logeys greenhouse has an air conditioning system.
Logey says the greenhouse can be set to 60 degrees Fahrenheit with just one or two fans.
Logey said he has installed the solar-heated greenhouse on his own property, and has found it works well.
The product is also free for Logees users to use, and there are no monthly fees.
Logue said that he plans to launch a product that has a more efficient heating and coolers, like the one used by solar company SolarCity.
Loie said he plans on making the solar heaters free for other Logeies users.
The first version of the Logee greenhouse is already up and running.
“I’m very excited to show my first customer how simple and affordable solar heating and ventilation is,” said Ellingwoods wife, Kristi.