Green DIY Energy Review
Green DIY Energy says that it offers a way for the ordinary householder to save money on electricity bills without the large-scale investment that solar power usually requires. The Green DIY Energy system shows you how to build a solar panel for less than $200 over the course of a weekend. The package comes with 2 instructional DVDs, 2 written guides and 7 bonus ebooks. It is available worldwide and requires a single one-off payment. There is also a 60-day money back guarantee.
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT IT?
Reviews of the product have been pretty positive. People who have bought the Green DIY Energy set confirmed that they were able to build it within a few days without a great amount of difficulty.
Customers commented that the videos and guides were easy to understand with well thought-out, step-by-step instructions. Some people preferred the guides, which included charts and diagrams, while others highlighted the videos, which they said were informative and clear.
One reviewer pointed out that while there is information available on the Internet about creating a solar panel, the real benefit of the Green DIY Energy system was in providing the customer with a very easy to follow way of building a solar panel at home with an end result people would be happy with.
The prevailing sentiment was that the whole package offered good value for money, considering the number of manuals, guides and videos that were included.
Additionally the customer service support was very helpful and appreciated.
Reviewers did mention that you must set up the solar panels in areas that attract sunlight. An obvious point perhaps, but worth bearing in mind.
A common source of praise was the portability of the solar panel system – people liked the fact that you can take it with you if you move home and they also pointed out that the solar panels can be used while traveling or camping. To me this seemed like a fantastic benefit – power available when you’re out in the great outdoors!
And yes, reviewers said that it had successfully reduced their electricity bills.
Green DIY Energy is a company that appears to have a good track record. It is a BBB accredited business with a rating of A+. According to the BBB website the company has had just 1 complaint within the last 12 months and a total of 17 over the last 3 years. This did not seem particularly high. Responding to one complaint that related to shipping delays the company provided a full refund and also shipped the product to the customer. This seemed like a great example of ‘going the extra mile’.
The system seems like a good value for money option for people trying to create a private, environmentally efficient source of energy. It is likely that you would need several of these to generate a decent level of electricity, but there is nothing to prevent this being treated as a medium-term project.
The questions on the Green DIY Energy are refreshingly upfront about what the product can deliver. It explains that you will need some basic knowledge of tools and working with wood or other materials (although you don’t need to be a professional handyman) and advises against impaired people from using the product. The site also explains that you should not expect to power your whole house, as this would require dozens of solar panels. The product is suitable for people looking to generate power on a small scale.
You can learn more about the Green DIY Energy program, or read other reviews, at the official supplier page here.
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