you need a product or if you have questions, get in touch with us by
e-mail at email@example.com
or call us toll-free at 877-OASISPV or 877-OASISMT (no sales tax
to most locations). We want you to be happy with your
system, so let us know what you need! We have free
information to help you size a system, as well as advice on energy
efficiency, that we can e-mail you (or send $10.00 for our Design
Guide & Product Catalog on CD-Rom disc and we'll mail it). If you
like our site (tell your friends!) or have further questions or
criticisms, please share your thoughts. And keep checking back
with us--we are constantly upgrading our site, adding new products,
pricing and information. We appreciate your patience and hope
you've received some usable information on alternate energy systems.
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WHO WE ARE and
WHAT WE'RE UP TO:
Check out our latest office PV project!
Chris Daum has been in
the renewable energy field for about 26 years, learning every facet of
the industry--sales, technical, shipping, purchasing--and decided to
start a new business in order to provide quality components engineered
for site specific applications while maintaining GREAT customer
service. Together with the support staff, we offer experience,
personalized service and the finest components and pricing this industry
has to offer.
Our experience has allowed us to design and sell systems from Belize to
England, from West Africa to Thailand, in addition to North
America. We can quote you surface or air freight rates; let us
know your power requirements, and we'll design a system to specifically
meet your needs. YOUR SATISFACTION IS OF PRIME IMPORTANCE TO US!
Read more on
"Why buy from Oasis Montana?"
WHY ARE WE CALLED THE "OASIS"? If you've
ever visited our business site--you'd know! We're located on the
east side of the Bitterroot Valley in western Montana, a beautiful but
dry land of rolling hills of sage--the foothills of the Sapphire
Mountains. Three thousand feet of drip irrigation and 34
years later, it truly is an oasis here, with over forty varieties of
fruit trees and many native conifers and shrubs that attract a variety
of wildlife. It's a pocket of color against the brown and blue of
native grasses and sagebrush. The origins of this business are in
horticulture, so if you have questions on native plants, drip
irrigation, watering, or hardy plants for the intermountain areas,
please e-mail us on your concerns. Chances are we can help you or
refer you to a useful source of information for what you seek.