DIY Solar Projects: How to Put the Sun to Work in Your Home

Do It Yourself Solar Projects


I’ve had an interest in solar power for quite awhile. Probably since I opened my first electric bill. Solar power is one of those fancy things that sounds cool, but when look at it close, it often sounds more complicated, and more expensive than it’s worth.

However, all that is changing. Over the past ten years there have been advancements in solar power that are making it much more feasible and less expensive. Even better, some of it you can make yourself, particularly if you are a handy type guy. Which I am not.

Author Eric Smith has written a book to help you and I understand, build and implement some solar powered projects that we can do ourselves. Eric provides step-by-step instructions for lots of projects, including, how to build a solar water heating system for under $1000 and heat grabbers that cost about $50 to build that will provide some extra heat in the winter.
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You can find out more about Eric’s book of do it yourself solar projects here:
DIY Solar Projects: How to Put the Sun to Work in Your Home




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