Create A Windmill At Home Dependence Free Create A Windmill At Home Dependence Free

Having a home windmill can be the answer to that feeling of dread that comes about every month when the power bill arrives. Home windmills are easy to install and even easier to maintain. With one, you could easily jump off the power grid and be power independent.

Sustainable Power

Wind is a reusable energy source, unlike fossil fuels or other types of power sources. It is created through two events – the movements of the globe as it spins on its axis and the interaction of heat created by the sun and the surface of the earth. As the globe spins, it creates winds that drive our weather around the world. Clouds move in our atmosphere and touch every continent, bringing rain, snow and precipitation.

The heat of the sun makes the surface of the earth warm, creating convection which makes heat rise. As the heat rises, it interacts with the air and it interacts with cooler air from above. This interaction results in wind.

No matter where you are on the globe, wind power is available and is not an energy source that can or will be depleted as long as the earth turns and the sun shines.

Getting off the Grid


The simple fact is that we have become dependent on a power system that no longer works. By installing a windmill on your property, you can actually remove yourself from this system and no longer have to dread the arrival of the power bill every month.

Windmills are very easy to install and actually relatively inexpensive. You can purchase an already constructed windmill for around $150 to $300 or build one from scratch yourself for around the same amount of money. If you decide to build your windmill and generator on your own, you can purchase simple plans and construction materials at almost any large home improvement center.

Initially, you will likely find that you can save as much as 80 percent of your former electric bill and over time the windmill will pay for itself. On the occasions when you actually make more wind power than you can use, some power companies have programs where you can sell them electricity and make some money in the process. Combining wind with solar power, you can greatly reduce your energy bills.

Green, sustainable, power sources are easy to find. All you have to do is look at the weather. Windmills have been used for thousands of years as a way to power the needs of modern humans and installing one on your own property is a simple way to get off the grid and create your own independent sustainable future.

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