Homemade Wind Generator - Reasons, Tips and Steps for Building One
Need some basic tips and steps for building your own homemade wind generator?
If you are really tired of all those enormous electricity bills every month, you might want to consider building your own wind generator.
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Having a home made wind generator will instantly save plenty on your electricity bills every month. They are not difficult at all to make, and can be up and running in about two weekends.
The wind generator consists of basically four parts - the blades and hub, the body, the tail, and, of course, the wind generator tower. You might want to start with the hub and blades first, as these take about three times as long to build as the rest.
The great thing is that the hub and blades are made from materials that are easily obtainable, and sometimes, you can even get the material for the blade for free, just for the asking.
List all the things that you will need, before you start. You only need a small workspace, have good homemade wind generator plans ready, (these can easily be found on the internet - see resources provided below for more information), all the tools you will need during construction, and, very importantly, someone to help to hold the wind generator blades while they're being fastened.
You will also need a DC motor, which acts as the generator of power. Once you have all the components ready, it is really easy to simply put everything together. Building a homemade wind generator is also a great family project - the kids can get involved, too.
If you are skeptical, and think that this is some ploy by environmentalists in a bid to save the planet, then think again. You can simply be someone who is having a hard time, just like so many others in these tough times, and build yourself a wind generator purely for the sake of saving yourself a lot of money every month.
Another reason why you might be encouraged to build your own homemade wind generator is the fact that the government is providing tax incentives for people who start using clean wind and solar energy solutions, such as solar panels, or wind energy turbines. This means that, not only will you save on your electricity bills, but you will also save a little on taxes as well.
These days, it is very possible to build a homemade wind generator really cheaply. It can cost you as little as $100, and it can start paying you back almost immediately. Also, you will want to kick yourself for waiting so long to build one, especially when you realize that you can cut your electricity bill by up to 80%, and in some cases pay nothing at all for electricity. The power company actually pays you, so it really makes sense to invest in a few homemade wind generators.
If you are interested in building a wind generator to save money, or to help save the planet, you will find plenty of step-by-step plans on the internet, that will help you to have your energy saving, home made wind generator up and running in no time. See the resources provided below for more information.
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