Isn’t it time to have a safe, reliable and secure energy source while saving $100’s off your power bill?
That was my thought the last year a hurricane swept through my area! Here we were with 125 MPH (201 KPH) winds bearing down, snapping off trees and power poles and knowing it was going to be a long 2-3 weeks before power was restored. 🌀🌩
Even with a small backup generator, we thought we might run out of fuel before new supplies arrived or the lights came back on. We were facing all sorts of troubles including:
🚫 A bunch of spoiled food
🚫 Unbearable heat and humidity
🚫 Safety concerns without lighting
🚫 Pet fence not functioning
🚫 Cell phones going down without recharging
We were the “low man on the totem pole” to the power company…
That’s when I decided to build my own solar power system using DIY Home Energy plans. At a fraction of the cost of huge, roof-based panels. I was able to build my own system to provide emergency power when needed and start lowering my bills when still connected to the grid.
They even include plans to build a wind turbine on days that solar is not optimal. I could see building several so my net energy bill on breezy and sunny days is zero!
I knew from that point forward that we were energy independent in times of crisis and saving money when not. Peace of mind is priceless when it comes to my family’s safety and security!
Building my own solar power system gave me additional lifestyle options such as:
✅ Reinvesting my savings in other home improvement projects
✅ Reducing overall bills allowing for vacations and saving for college
✅ Getting a rebate from the power company by providing excess power back to grid 🔥
If I hadn’t built my system using DIY Home Energy plans, I would be vulnerable to the next storm and the ever increasing rates the power company charges. I’d rather control my energy future than leave it in the hands of a behemoth company…
I strongly urge you to join me and grab the DIY Home Energy plans to see how you can protect yourself and family against Mother Nature and possible grid failure from all sorts of reasons. Click the image to learn more!