Installing a solar power system in your home to generate your own free electricity sounds great-until you see the price tag. Prices for a professional installation start at $27,000 and rise quickly from there. This financial barrier has inspired many resourceful people to figure out how to build and install their own solar panels. Unfortunately, it has also led to a cottage industry of scams and swindles. The internet is now flooded with companies selling do-it-yourself green energy how-to manuals, usually accompanied by grandiose claims of how cheap and easy it is to build.
In recent years, DIY home improvement has made impact in television and in the hearts of interested homemakers and professionals. The idea of improving the looks of your home using your own basic talent appeals to a lot of people. If you wish to begin your own journey in DIY home improvement, certain things have to be taken into consideration so that you can increase your success rate in any DIY home improvement projects.
Honestly, there aren’t any other real negative points jumping out at me during my initial review. I’m sure that as I get further into the process negatives will appear. When they do, I’ll let you know about them!
Such bogus sites promise being able to build a solar panel at a low cost. It’s not until the customer has bought and read the manual that they realize they also have to buy and assemble the battery banks, the charge controller, DC inverter, etc. The cost of these, of course, was not included in the advertised price, which was just for the solar panel.
Green DIY Energy is one of many DIY solar panel guides that are available for purchase and instant download online. It costs $50, and comes with a money-back guarantee. The purpose of the Green DIY Energy guide is to show you exactly how to build your own renewable energy system for your home. You can build a solar energy system or a wind turbine system, both are outlined in the guide and will produce renewable energy for you home
After skimming through it, I had to admit that the authors really did put a lot of time into writing the manual. It is clear, concise and leads you through the entire process, from an introduction of how solar power works, to the DIY solar energy panel construction and wiring. It has illustrations and many photographs, which I always like to see in manuals.
It almost sounds too good to be true – diy renewable energy for your home, your business, and/or your RV, free to get AND good for the planet AND you can easily install it DIY!
DIY Online stores offer a wide variety of tools suited to any type of DIY home renovation work. Here are some examples of what you can get from an online store.
I originally was attracted to the Green DIY Energy guide because it seemed to have the best value for its price tag, which was $50. It seemed to give a lot more value than the other similar priced guides. The thing that stuck out to me was that it featured a tutorial video series that looked interesting. The only other guide that I had seen offer tutorial videos was Earth 4 Energy, and Green DIY Energy came with more videos.