There are many reasons why home owners today are opting to convert their homes in to solar powered and natural energy powered homes. While one of the most important benefits of this is the lower cost on the long term due to avoiding hefty electricity bills, there is also the additional benefit that your home will be environmentally friendly. Today the electricity use of humans is essentially draining the earth of its resources while we have an unlimited amount of natural energy from the sun which can be harnessed and converted in to energy.
Unfortunately, while almost everybody would like to do this; most people do not have the initial payment in order to install outdoor solar lights on to their home and therefore they continue paying thousands to the government in electricity bills. However even in the event that you are unable to afford the cost of solar energy there are many other methods that you are able to use natural resources in your home to save money on your bills and reduce waste to natural resources. One fairly inexpensive way you can use the suns energy without panels is to have you shower fitted to metal pipes that can zig zag along your roof in order to heat the pipes and therefore the water in them during the day. Have your plumber install a system where this heated water will mix with normal water flowing through your pipes in order to create beautifully warmed water for your shower without the use of a water heater.
If you have access to a bank loan, it might be worthwhile to try and apply for it in order to get solar panels for your home. If your loan is granted, you will be able to pay you monthly electricity money down every month to cover your loan until you have paid off your money. Once the loan is paid off you will be blessed with free energy for the rest of your life.
Another great way to use natural resources is to harness rain water and use it for your bathroom for flushing and washing clothing. It is estimated that the average bathroom is flushed at least fifteen times a day minimum, with roughly three liters of water being used for each flush, that’s forty five liters of water being used to throw down a drain every day. To add to … Read the rest ...