Need a step-by-step resource on how to solar power a house?

We show you exactly what to do to solar power your home easily, confidently and as affordably as possible!

All 100% FREE!

A DIY solar power house course that is 100% free.

That's right! Our DIY solar power course is free, you don't have to download anything or join any newsletters. It's all right here on our site, enjoy!


The Easy To Understand DIY Solar Power House Course

So you want to solar power a house, but you don't want to pay some solar installation company big bucks to do it?

Well, you have certainly come to the right place because our goal here at SolarPoweraHouse.com is to de-mystify the entire "DIY solar power installation" process for you, along with show you exactly how to solar power your home step by step, without breaking the bank.

 

Why would you solar power your home? Why Solar Power Your Home?

  • You can reduce & even eliminate your power costs!

  • Offset carbon emissions and help the environment!

  • Increase the value of your home dramatically! 

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Do It Yourself and Save

Our DIY solar power course is designed to take you by the hand and show you how affordable and easy to understand solar energy really can be.

See, solar power systems are not as expensive and complex to implement as you may think. In fact, when you "do it yourself" you can add as much or as little DIY solar power to your house as you like for a mere fraction of the cost of commercial solar installation.

Here, we show you how to solar power a house yourself by:

  1. Learning How Solar Power Works 
  2. Building Your Own Solar Panels 
  3. Determining The Size & Specifics Of Your Solar System 
  4. Joining Your Solar Panels Together 
  5. Learning About The Remaining Equipment Needed 
  6. Choosing Your Solar System Type (On/off grid, etc) 
  7. Installing Your Solar Power System 
  8. Maintaining Your Solar System 
  9. Making Your Home More Energy Efficient 

How To Use This Website

To get the most out of this website, go through each section (1-9), one by one in the order they are presented. Make sure you read both the main page (eg. Make Solar Panels) and when prompted click through on the blue text links to the sub pages (eg. Tabbing Solar Cells). 

At the bottom of each sub page you will be promoted to click to go back to the exact same spot you left off on the main page and continue the DIY solar lesson seamlessly.

However, black text links do not apply to the order of the course, they just cross reference info or link to additional external info. So if you want to follow the order of the course exactly, don't click on the black text links as they will be either links to external websites, information you have already read or info you will read soon in future sections.

Once in a while you will also see an Eco-ad box like the one below. You can check out the offer if you're interested, or just ignore these and continue with reading the DIY solar course section by section.


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You can also access each section of this photovoltaic course from the left navigation menu by clicking on the main tab to access the main page of each section and on the sub-tabs to access the sub pages.


Learn How To Solar Power a House The Smart & Affordable Way!

Learn pv installation the smart and affordable way.Solar power is a free, renewable and sustainable energy resource that for many reasons is generally thought of as expensive to have implemented.

No wonder, when the average cost to solar power your home is about $22,000 (from an average commercial solar installation company).

Ofcourse after that, your energy would be free, but the problem is: (unlike with DIY solar), with traditional solar installation it would take quite a while to make back the initial costs in energy savings.

This makes traditional solar power conversion un-affordable to the average person on a limited budget.


But what is really costing so much to solar power your home with traditional solar installation?

For one, the labor cost to solar power your home is high. Traditional solar installation requires technicians that must mount solar panels on your roof and they don't work for minimum wage.

Also, solar panels themselves are expensive. To accommodate the needs of an average sized house, you would need to use multiple solar panels which can add up to a lot of money if you're buying them at retail.

If you're having a professional install your solar energy system for you, get ready to pay huge mark ups on everything from the solar panels, to all other equipment, to solar installation charges.

As a result of all these factors, you end up spending a lot of "extra" money (to the solar installer) just to try to save some money (on your utility bills).


Follow Our DIY Solar
Instructions And Save Big

Follow our free DIY solar installation course and save big.By following the instructions in our DIY solar power house course, even people on a very limited budget can take advantage of the energy savings solar power has to offer without the high costs.

Yes, doing it yourself is always cheaper, but as you will soon see, this is especially true with solar power.

By the time you finish reading this free DIY solar power house course, you will be able to build and store as much solar power as you want at only a fraction of the usual cost. You'll be able to collect it in the day and store it for use at night. And you'll have the ability to build the solar energy system that best suits your needs and understand why!

Ready... Set... Solar Power a House!

Get ready, because you are about to learn how more and more people are reducing their power bills everyday easily and affordably while avoiding high solar installation costs by using our solar power house course to learn how to do it themselves.

Just follow our simple instructions (below) and see for yourself how easy it truly is to solar power your home using DIY solar!


How To Solar Power a House
(Instructions) Step by step instructions on how to solar power a house.

  1. Learning How Solar Power Works 
  2. Building Your Own Solar Panels 
  3. Determining The Size & Specifics Of Your Solar System 
  4. Joining Your Solar Panels Together 
  5. Learning About The Remaining Equipment Needed 
  6. Choosing Your Solar System Type (On/off grid, etc) 
  7. Installing Your Solar Power System 
  8. Maintaining Your Solar System 
  9. Making Your Home More Energy Efficient 

Have fun, and best of luck with your renewable energy project, your solar power house and all the satisfaction that comes from taking a positive step toward living more sustainably, thus helping mankind and our environment.

Thank you and remember: Everything we need to sustain ourselves in this world is already all around us (in abundance). We just have to use it.

Best Regards
SolarPoweraHouse.com