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This blog post is dedicated to Power 4 Homes Review. For the last six months, there have been a lot of guides on the internet that will show you how to make your own [tag-tec]home renewable energy[/tag-tec] system at minimal cost. Power 4 Homes is one such manual and I have decided to do a complete review on the guide.

The world experienced an energy shock back in mid 2008. We were having an energy crisis when crude oil prices hit a high of US150 per barrel.

Many car and home owners were finding it hard to cope with the rising energy cost. Many people are frantically searching for ways to reduce their household energy consumption. To meet the information demand, John Russel has written Power 4 Home e-book.

But first, who is John Russel?

John Russel is a electrician by profession. With years of experience in the electric related industry, he tried to create a system that would allow you to become energy independent with the minimum amount of equipment and investment. Power4Energy is John’s knowledge penned down in a book.

What is in Power4Home?

If you were to do your research, most home renewable energy systems cost thousands of dollars. But Power4Home is so revolutionary, because using the manual, you can build a DIY solar panel for under $200.

The homemade solar panel is capable of generating about 18 volt and approximately 75 watts of electricity. The energy output is enough to charge a 12 volt deep cycle battery.

With such low capital investment, you will recoup your money in relatively short period of time.

Power4Home manual covers 2 renewable energy options: a home windmill generator and a Do It Yourself (DIY) solar panel. You can choose which setup that suits your weather climate.

If you live in a sunny area you should install the residential solar panels. If you live in a less sunny place, the Power 4 Home windmill guide will do the job.

Power 4 Home Guarantees

Since Power 4 Home is offered under Clickbank, you are covered under their unconditioned 60 Days Money Back Guarantee. This is great because if you do not see any value in John Russel’s e-book, you can ask for a full refund within 60 days from the purchase date.

Power 4 Home Review Conclusion



I would also like to include a disclaimer in this Power 4 Home review. Just like in any home improvement project and if you are doing it via a Do It Yourself (DIY) approach, it will require a lot of your dedicated time and effort. Not to mention you also have to be good with hand tools and wiring works.

Most people would not have the time nor patience for such a DIY project. In this case, it would be a better idea to outsource the work to a professional renewable energy contractor.

As a home owner, you should be prudent. You want to get some basic knowledge on how a home solar or wind power system works. This is to safeguard yourselves. At least you will know when you are being charged for unnecessary parts or work done on your home.

If you are looking for such information, then John Russel’s Power 4 Home will do just fine.

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By | 2012-10-28T08:02:11+00:00 May 29th, 2009|Power 4 Home|114 Comments

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  1. Teresa August 15, 2012 at 3:34 am

    I agree Scott….I am sick of my electric bills and would love to have a more green approach for many reasons but I am glad that I read all these responses as well….skipping the idea of buying it and will talk to a professional!

  2. Stan the Man August 16, 2012 at 10:33 pm

    No brainer. John Russell has to be a former Solendra employee who got his cut from President Obama when that green failure went south with taxpayer money. Not happy with my share of $500 billion, he now tries to pile on with more of my cash. A fool and his money are soon parted, whether from my Visa account for from one of Obama’s cronies. Here! Here! Heck, you can’t heat a home hot-water heater with a Zippo. That’s a cigarette lighter for you young wipersnappers, and it works every time its flicked. Unlike a Russell ripoff.

  3. Glank August 17, 2012 at 5:11 am

    Best post yet .

    I am LMAO

  4. Bampy August 20, 2012 at 3:42 am

    Another bullshit time vampire.

  5. Fact Checker August 21, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    BBB gave Company an F – on a scale of A+ to F. The first BBB web sited below also stated, “According to information in BBB files, Power4Home is not a BBB Accredited Business. The company has not responded to the BBB’s requests to remove the BBB Logo from websites. In addition, mail sent to the mailing address has been returned. The BBB has been unable to locate a physical address for the company.” See following web site:
    http://www.bbb.org/minnesota/business-reviews/solar-energy-equipment-and-systems-manufacturing-and-distribution/power4home-pro-in-north-oaks-mn-96145117

    The following is also from from Minnesota BBB web site sited BELOW. “The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) is warning consumers about energy savings claims from Power4Home Pro, a solar and wind energy manufacturing company. ”
    http://www.minnesota.bbb.org/article/complaints-against-power4home-pro-trip-bbb-sensors-33742

  6. josh August 23, 2012 at 7:49 am

    Awesome dude…

  7. James August 27, 2012 at 9:03 pm

    I live in Florida and just had two differnt companies give me estimates on putting in a generator to run my house during power outages. Both companies showed me several option ranging from partial to total power for the house which ranged between 5.5kw and 20kw generators. So how in the world do you expect us to belive that a 200w panel which can charge ONE 12v battery is really going to do anything in a power outage? To directly run the system would take a huge number of panels, or an insane number of batteries with a somewhat smaller number of panels all at $200 PER PANEL, plus the cost of the batteries. (Your house runs on 110v in the US (220v for stove and dryer) but the panel produces only 18v so you have the cost of the transformer too.)

    Solar and wind power are not even economically viable on the commercial front and are only used by power companies because the Government subsidises the “emerging technology” at almost $1 per Kw hour. In other words when you look at the cost per Kw hour in most comparisons between coal fired plants, nuclear plants, solar, and wind you need to add $1 to whatever they show because almost everyone lists the cost AFTER the subsidy.

    Nuclear Powered Plants $0.10
    Coal Powered Plants $0.08
    PhotoVoltaic $0.15* after subsidy or $1.15 before the subsidy

    So $1.00 per Kwh are coming out of your tax dollars.

  8. J. Brian Signaigo August 28, 2012 at 10:39 pm

    I ordered the information about this system on 7/30/12. I’ve received a DVD but haven’t received the books. Where are they and when can I expect them?

  9. Jessica August 31, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Sooo right Larry… and the way he kept saying he was “pissed off” about certain things was lame… He had no conviction and said it as if he has never swore in his life, most electricians I know have never sounded like that…

  10. Jessica August 31, 2012 at 10:07 pm

    I wish you luck Mr. Wade and look forward to you wowing the nation :)

  11. Arnold Salazar-Bartlett Tn. September 8, 2012 at 1:44 am

    Just got off John Russel’s website and had already put my credit card information in and ready to press “Submit Now” for the Power 4 Home package. Decided to read reviews on Google. Thank God people take the time to submit comments. The constant theme is that John Russel and the Power 4 Home program is a crafty scam. Thank you to all those before me to give me their knowledge and experience with the Power 4 Home program. I will just turn appliances and electrical items off in my house when not in use.

  12. Grant September 8, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    SCAM, SCAM, SCAM.

    Don’t be fooled by this so-called review site. It is part of the scam.

  13. james jankowski September 8, 2012 at 11:55 pm

    How can this be installed on a clay tile roof like the ones I have in Fl without damage to roof?

  14. Dave Stuart October 12, 2012 at 3:38 am

    What a disappointment. I ordered the DIY info package almost 4 weeks ago. I called back last week to find out if there was a problem and was told someone would contact me. THAT never happened either. Lucky for me there are other companies out there that can help me that have much more integrity.

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