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checking the sun on a property

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user1467297746 Mon 22-Aug-16 12:41:12

just found a great thing to see the progression of the sun on a property

specialsubject Mon 22-Aug-16 13:44:17

A compass and a look round for high things is much better, and quicker, and doesnt need internet access.

user1467297746 Mon 22-Aug-16 14:44:49

well yes - but it can give you a pretty good idea before you go along to view

Did you try the satellite view? try zooming onto where you live now and see if it's accurate

ChunkyHare Mon 22-Aug-16 16:10:41

It works really well on my property because I have a north facing back garden which would possibly put people off but that site shows that no houses except my own affects the back garden re shadowing.

So in a way, slightly better than a compass if someone was looking at it before viewing my house if it was up for sale.

Kriek Mon 22-Aug-16 16:14:01

Great tool. It worked really well for me.

PigletJohn Mon 22-Aug-16 16:25:38

It goes the other way if you are in Oz.

dudsville Mon 22-Aug-16 16:30:03

That's Cool, thanks op!

specialsubject Mon 22-Aug-16 17:14:46

A look on a map will tell you before you go to view, and if you dont know the area the contour lines indicate nearby hills.

specialsubject Mon 22-Aug-16 17:15:37

Oops, posted too soon - clever idea but id be sceptical about exact accuracy

Palomb Mon 22-Aug-16 18:11:52

Suncalc is another one. Pretty accurate ime.

ApplesTheHare Mon 22-Aug-16 20:25:39

This is great, thanks OP!

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