by PHL Council
“Solar Energy for your Home? SAVE MONEY! SAVE MONEY! SAVE MONEY!
DIY=Do It Yourself.
You know you need to save money. You want to help the environment by conserving energy. You don’t want to spend a fortune to do it. If this sounds like you then I have a solution you will love.
The cost of purchasing and having a solar panel system installed in your home or business would cost in excess of $ 10,000 (that is a very small system). This type of cost for the system would take years to recoup. Most people can not and/or do not want to expend this much money. It just isn’t an affordable way to save money. Luckily for us there are other ways to build your own solar system.
You can still spend several thousand dollars and need additional help to install a prefabricated solar panel. This is a good way to go if you have the extra money to spend and know an engineer or professional that can help.
The best way to go to build your own solar system for your home is to look at the facts and the products that are available.
What I prefer in a home solar system is:
* a product that I can download
* video support with the manual so I can see it done before I do it myself.
* where and how to get the parts necessary to build the solar panel.
What do I want out of a manual?
* easy to read instructions
* help with my questions if I have any
* money savings on my electricity bill every month
* practical design so I can start right away
The key to building your own solar panel at home is to have the manual, the video instructions and purchase something that has support either through email, blog or websites. Detailed schematics and diagrams to show you how.
Gordon Reichel – I researched many different manuals and information on how to build a solar panel for my home. I was happy when I had all of the necessary information and was able to build my own. It has saved me a great deal of money. I am now on the path of generating enough solar power to feed back to the power company. Once I do that, they will pay me for energy. I can’t think of any better solution to electrical bills. For a better understanding on how to build a home solar panel please see the following site. http://www.squidoo.com/learn-how-to-build-solar-a-panel