More and more, people are flocking to DIY Solar strength these days, as they search for an different to traditional energy supplies, whether its to save money or help the ecosystem DIY Solar strength certainly makes sense.
If your nevertheless trying to decide if building a solar project is for you, I can highly recommend, having a hand in a dozen of these kits being built (friends, family, neighborhood projects) and having worked as solar energy consultant for 15 years, has allowed me to form the opinion that these kits are great projects to build in more ways than one.
Its with this in mind I bring you 7 powerful reasons to attempt a DIY Solar strength project yourself.
7 Reasons Why DIY Solar strength makes sense
1. provide ability : Building your own homemade solar panels will cost you around $200, compare this with normal solar installation fees (which can run into costs of $10,000 or more) and Im sure you will agree DIY solar strength does indeed make sense.
2. Easy to assemble : Anyone can put one of thee kits together with materials found at your local hardware store.
3. Fun : Believe it or not, these projects are a lot of fun to put together, do what I did get the whole family involved!
4. Educational : From witnessing the change it has made in my family, particularly my son, I can vouch it has been a rewarding investment into their education. As a consequence of the project, they are now more aware and educated about environmental issues.
5. ecosystem : Solar is a replaceable energy source which doesn’t give off the emissions (in particular carbon) that other more traditional energy resources unfortunately do.
6. Be a role form : You can take the rule in your community and set the example for those around you to follow.
7. Save Money : Lets confront it the reasons most people go down the solar energy route is because it saves them money. Aside from the savings you make on installation costs, once installed solar energy is free! You can slash as much as %80 off your strength bill depending on the level of solar energy dependence you use in your household.
So there you have it, 7 reasons why DIY Solar strength makes sense. I hope this helps you make up your own mind and encourages you to try one of these projects yourself, they really are a lot of fun and with the guides obtainable online they are very easy to put together.