Residential Windmill Kits

ONLY FROM: WindEnergy7-Com WindEnergy7 LLC, The Home Wind Turbine manufacturers, located in Ohio, have an opportunity for people to get a system and become the local home wind turbine dealer in their local community. WindEnergy7 has a dealer and installer network in more than 30 states all across the US.

These systems are only available from or one of their local dealers. For more information, or to become a customer, dealer, or installer, go to the site at and fill out their Contact form to find out about becoming a wind turbine customer, installer, or wind turbine dealer.

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18 Responses to “Residential Windmill Kits”

  1. jeffmolly1 says:

    @MrNicka12 it’s the microphone thats making the noise. i don’t have a wind switch on the camera and i’am going to get one soon. the wind itself through the trees makes more noise than the wind turbines do. about 55 db’s

  2. MrNicka12 says:

    I am concerned about the noise in the video. It is pretty loud to me. Is it the wind “snapping” into the mike or is it the buffeting from the wind. Do you have a noise meter to measure, I hear this throughout several of your videos. I am concerned as I have a residential setup with nearby neighbors.

  3. jeffmolly1 says:

    @dieselplow they go through the roof and are clamped to the side of the rafters.
    i have a pic on my web site in the diagrams page.

  4. dieselplow says:

    Jeff – how did you mount those to the roof of your steel building? Is it directly mounted to the panel and into a metal support below? Let me know – as I would like to mount some on my steel garage on my property – but I haven’t figured out how to mount it without ripping apart the roof panels.

  5. silverbird58 says:

    @bluejay331 jay run another pma above this one . with serpentine belt .
    then the next set of blades run small sanyo AC compresor with presure dump
    valve and cool your house too.. ??

  6. silverbird58 says:

    @bluejay331 jay if your up ontop of
    blue ridge mts. and have the air speed
    let er rip

  7. silverbird58 says:

    i want to run hot water then move to grid

  8. silverbird58 says:

    @bluejay331 run a pillar shaft assembly
    then drive three or four pma ‘s off of it

  9. silverbird58 says:

    @jeffmolly1 jeff nice prop and hub
    How much for the ten blades and hub ? show us your setup
    fereling/canting out of hard wind could you? thanks …

  10. bluejay331 says:

    Why hasnt any one used a 21 planetary gear head on the front of these to double the rpms of the pma? the 9 blade seems to have enough surface area to produce more than enough torque?seems the higher rpm of the pma puts it in it sweet spot of power ution like it was meant to spin..even the smaller treadmills would seem to be more effiecient spinning at the rpm they were made to.Small rc car motors have a gear head that bolts right onto the front to change the ratios???

  11. jeffmolly1 says:

    slip rings i have seen are 50 to 100 dollars.i recommend 10 or 12 gauge not 16 gauge.

  12. bluejay331 says:

    I also email you about the recommended 16 guage wire if you are running ac into building then converting..Its only rated at 20 amps but if 80 amps is possible= fire.I also am curios about a heavy duty wheeled slip ring?

  13. Vanderbus says:

    Very nice. Glad to see that you use a slip ring in your mast head? There are so many home made systems that have cable twist as the turbine spins. That wire will chaffe and wear and ultimately could start a fire. That’s why these professional systems from WindEnergy7 are required. If you really want green energy for your home, buy a safe system that you won’t have to worry about?

  14. WhasUP says:

    between my turbine test and WindEnergy7 videos you really do get around 1.4kw of power out of them they are just awesome. check out other WE7 videos to see for yourself.

  15. Grist says:

    I like the looks of this RoofMill, there’s nothing as finished and complete a system out there. You got this right. I’m passing this link along to a couple of friends who interested in home windmills.

  16. Power says:

    The right turbine for the right conditions can be a beautiful thing, like money in the bank. That RoofMill being 24v is putting out 1,400 watts (1.4kW)

  17. fish says:

    @Schweizer135 it’s a 24 volt wind turbine in to a 24 volt battery bank

  18. Brent says:

    Like money in the pocket. Every day my system makes me free energy for the house. Love it.

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