Thursday, November 20, 2008

My Review of the DIY Power System | Solar Power Home

You Can Have a Solar Power Home




With all the over-the-top claims about running your car on water, or making your gas go further, I've been a little skeptical of generating free energy through a wind or solar power home, but I'm happy to say that this time, it's the real thing. It's about time.

You may have heard of, or come across a reference to, the DIY Power System. This system hasn't only been talked about online. It's also been written about in magazines like Popular Science and Popular Mechanics. This system works 100% to help you create a wind or solar power home.

A big concern you likely have is whether or not the system is affordable, and if you have the skills to easily put it together. I'll address both issues here because they are important to understand.

How Much Does a Solar Power Home Cost?


When you compare the cost to putting this solar power home system together with the amount of money you're going to save on your electricity bill, it's a no-brainer. You can put the system together for UNDER $100.

If you're like me, your electrical bill is at least $50 a month, probably more. So if that's the case, this thing will pay for itself in about 3 months time, and after that, it's pure savings.

But it won't save you anything if you can't put it together, so just how difficult is it to put together? Well, I’ll be honest with you, if you can’t hammer a nail into the wall, you might have a problem creating a solar power home. It does require a little bit of skill and intelligence.

If you’re not handy around the house, or hate manual work, you might either want to pass on this or hire somebody to do it for you. And if you do hire someone, it'll likely still only take about 6 months to recoup the costs.

After that, your electricity is FREE. Seriously!

Solar Power Home Technology is Available Now


Though it may sound like it, this is no scam. The technology to build a wind or solar power home like this is finally available and affordable to the general public, not unlike how DVD players now don’t cost a fortune. Remember the first VCRs? They were in the thousands when they first came out.

I really can’t recommend this enough. At the very least, visit the website and read about how you can build a solar power home for yourself. It will only take a few minutes, and it can be worth savings of hundreds of dollars a year in energy costs.

Here is the link to the page where you can learn more about creating a solar power home.

DIY Power System

3 comments:

QualityPoint said...

You can read simple explanation about Solar power, and Pros & Cons of Solar Power.As of now, solar power and solar related devices are expensive. But it may be reduced if most of the people start using it. Let us see the future of solar power.

Jennifer Long said...

Well, I'm very thankful that solar panel homes were created. I truly saved up to 70% based on my previous electric bill.

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