Insulation is the number one thing you can to reduce your utility bills. Unless you’re running your clothes dryer all day long, heating and cooling your home are your largest costs, heating in particularly. Doesn’t matter if you have natural gas, electric, firewood etc, when you are manipulating the ambient temperature in your living area, … Read moreInsulation: Why You Need It
For decades now, global warming has been the “all in” for the advancement of socialism. The advocates pushing for ‘solutions’ to this supposed problem are nothing more than Watermelons, green on the outside, red on the in. Global Warming = Socialism > Individual Liberty Yet, with any socialist, if you dig deep enough, you’ll … Read moreYour Global Warming Crusade is Literally FREEZING Poor People!
I just did a video on using your car batteries for an emergency power source when the power goes out. Understanding Emergency Power Uses But it occurred to me that a lot of people may not know exactly what kind of appliances they should operate when using their back-up power supply. So, here … Read moreWhat Appliances to Run With Emergency Power
I’m going through my LinkedIn feed today when I come across a post that is linked below. I am assuming this is a joke because it’s just so silly. However, the comments by the people on LinkedIn are absolutely frightening. People think this is a serious thing. That one COULD power their home by riding … Read moreWe Have a HUGE Problem With Electricity Ignorance
I’m a financial planner. That’s pretty much all I know how to do. So, keeping track of my cash flow is near and dear to my heart. I don’t like losing or wasting my hard earned money. Thus I don’t gamble. However, three weeks ago, I changed the air filter in my attic A/C unit and forgot … Read moreWays to Save Money #1
In this video I’m going to share with you how you can evaluate the amount of electricity a Solar Panel will actually produce…in YOUR neck of the woods. Renogy 100 Watt Panel I am using this Renogy 100 Watt panel for the evaluation as this is one I own. Now, first thing you must understand … Read moreHow to Evaluate Actual Solar Panel Output
In this video I’m comparing LED vs. non-LED lights from a cost, durability, coverage and electricity usage perspective. LED lights cost twice as much, at least in Dec 2017 for 1/4th the electricity usage. These LED lights cover 100 feet whereas the non-LED lights cover 75 feet or so. LED lights don’t yield hardly any … Read moreLED vs Non-LED Christmas Lights Comparison
On my way to the gym on a cold, New Hampshire afternoon I came across the amazing Singapore ship, Strategic Alliance, docked in the Portsmouth port. This ship is here to deliver tons upon tons of sand for people in New Hampshire and Maine to put on the roads during a nasty ice storm. … Read moreSolar Panels Can’t Do This! International Trade Can Only be Conducted With a High Density Energy Source.
Okay folks, I was reading some blog posts about people fretting about losing power when the hurricanes blew through Florida this fall. It’s scary when the lights go out. First of all, you’re in the dark. Second of all you don’t know when they’re going to come back on. So you have a complete feeling … Read moreDo You Drive a Car? Well You DO HAVE a Generator! Watch this!
There are few things better on this great world of ours than a fully lit Christmas Tree. It brings joy, memories of the past, hope for the future, excitement for the fun you and your family will have this holiday season, but if you’re not careful it can also be a HUGE drag on your … Read moreOh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, How Much Electricity Do Your Lights Use???