This pretty brown house belongs to Christine and Curt Mann may be one of the easiest houses to find on the upcoming Grant Park Candlelight Tour of Homes in Georgia. Their house is easy to spot, it’s the one with the 45-foot small wind turbine.
The couple’s neighbors in this historic community tried to keep the small wind turbine from going up. But the Manns won out and erected the turbine with its three six-foot blades. Grant park Tour-goers will get to see many more energy-saving devices at the Manns’ 1920 house. The couple started reclaiming the home from the ruins last February.
The small wind turbine will offset much of the electricity bill and should pay for itself in 5 to 7 years. I addition to being a responsible thing for the environment, a turbine will run for over 30 years generating free electricity long after it’s paid for. Homeowners all over the US are putting in their own wind turbines these days.
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