Residential Windmill

Small wind generator appliances for homes now available for everyone. These new green energy appliances are available in many sizes. Starter size kits start at just $2990 and go up from there based on your energy needs, budget, and residential requirements. As a matter of fact, the hottest selling kits are the 700w & the 1KW residential windmills. Both of these are small enough to mount on a rooftop or small tower.

Complete Wind Generator Kits:
These are complete generator head kits, hub, nose cone, blades, charge controller, & collar. Comes with everything you need to generate power by wind. These kits are put together for the Do It Yourself homeowner and are easy to put together and understand. Very well designed, high tech systems that you’ll be proud to own. These are definitely the best systems in their class.

If you are looking for a home wind system, contact us at WindEnergy7 for pricing and availability. We ship all over the US and can assist you with sales support in selecting a system and evaluating your site. Wind powered homes are here to stay and investing in a wind generator is financially a smart play. The systems pay for themselves in 7 to 10 years on average installs, often faster than that. I was researching a system for a man in North Carolina that would pay for itself in 4 to 5 years and after that, provide completely free electricity to his home.

Small Wind Turbines
residential wind power home

If you are interested in starting a wind project for your residence or acreage, contact us. To Buy a Wind Turbine or Become a Dealer, Please fill out our Contact Form. The system will automatically send you some additional info.

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One Response to “Residential Windmill”

  1. PaulW says:

    I commend you for what you’re doing. I’d love to see this expand, but I think there needs to be some incentive from somewhere to get the concept actually rolling. Just as builders build “model homes” in the communities and neighborhoods where they want to grow their business, I think wind development companies will need to get an installed base of economically and technologically successful “sample” installations in place for people to actually see.
    I live in a residential area in northeast Ohio and unfortunately I think I don’t have enough land or “wind” to probably make this successful for me. I’d sense that big money and politics are probably (and quietly) still STRONGLY AGAINST consumers being able to develop any kind of energy independence.

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