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3 Money Making Advantages of Owning a Wind Power Home

John Wickley
 


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Many people are converting their homes into a wind power home because of how easy and affordable it is to do. Wind is one of the most practical and easiest sources to convert into electricity. Using a windmill, you can easily generate enough electricity to power your home for a whole month for free. As it was recently estimated that the average household electricity bill runs approximately $200 each month, that's savings of $2500 each year which you could be better spending elsewhere simply by owning a wind power home.

Using a do it yourself guide, you can buy all of the necessary inexpensive materials and build your own working windmill in a weekend for just over $100. This is a welcome wind power home alternative to the $3000 you would have to spend to have it installed by professionals. The guide teaches you every detailed and illustrated step to get you there with the intention that even the least skilled homeowners could build their own windmills or solar cells.

Many homeowners build a second or even third windmill to double or triple their electricity production beyond just powering their wind power home. Why do this? For every bit of electricity which they produce but don't use in a given month, they sell back to the power company for a profit. Many homeowners therefore create large abundances of electricity to generate a helpful second income.

Owning a wind power home is especially economical come tax season. The government rewards those who produce their own electricity in the form of tax breaks because they are reducing the amount of finite energy which they and sometimes even others are consuming. All in all this reduces the amount of money our country has to spend on energy.

Wind power homes are also completely clean for the environment as they produce no harmful byproducts. It was recently estimated that one utility size windmill could generate the same amount of electricity that finite sources of energy would, only without the 5,000 tons of CO2 which the finite sources of energy would put into the air.

Stop paying outrageous power bills and start saving yourself a fortune through owning a wind power home. It's easier than you think, visit http://www.renewableenergyreviewed.com for more information.

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