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Important note: This review is totally unbiased. The information given is my own personal opinion of the system after reading it for myself. It is 100% truthful and I shall not hold anything from you. I hope you enjoy the review and if you decide to purchase the system I hope you get as much out of it as I did.
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What exactly will you find in the Off Grid Survival System?
Well first and foremost Frank Mitchell does a great job in explaining what living off the grid actually is whilst debunking myths about off grid living. In this system you will discover why living on the grid is becoming increasing unsafe and financially consuming. Frank goes into detail about the daily threats we face and what being a survivalist truly entails. The Off Grid Survival System discloses the ins and outs of green living on a budget with plenty of do-it-yourself project tips accompanied by instructional images. This program is so easy to follow that anyone who puts in the time and effort could be living off the grid in no time. In terms of information, you definitely get your money’s worth.
How Frank helps you customize the system to fit your needs:
Frank provides you with a checklist for your convenience. This checklist will better help you take an assessment of your current home, just as it sits, and from there you define your goals.
Frank suggest speaking to a local expert and explains why in more detail. Options are still available if you don’t have direct access to a water supply. Tips are offered for becoming water independent (outside of drilling a well), as welll as “kicking the natural gas and propane habit”.
Here is why the system works:
Practical information that is neither expensive or extremely time consuming. Small things like how to find air leaks and how to make the best out of a masonry fireplace brings you that much closer to relying less on gas and electric. The system also covers emergency preparedness as well as solar options that no one is talking about. The instructions for building your own personal solar structure are easy to follow and understand. The book also explains why solar panels aren’t always the best choice and offers alternatives. This system works because not only will you have a better grasp of the who, what, when, where and why of off grid living but it also keeps tactical survival in mind.
Now the bad things about Off Grid Survival System:
- The program states the system works “easiest” for smaller and older homes since smaller homes are easier to heat and older homes were designed with natural ventilation in mind (instead of HVAC). However it does say that newer homes have better insulation which can be a plus. So, in my opinion, it wouldn’t be a useless system if you own a big new home.
- I feel some things were left out like photovoltaic systems and Microhydro Power System. But to each his own, he may not agree that those are practical.
- The system does not provide insight on accessing your water bill because typically water accessibility is very low.
My only real gripe is the video on the site is way too long and you have to watch it in its entirety to buy the system. Here’s a tip: If you are ready to buy the system you can bypass the video by X’ing out. When the prompt comes up asking you to stay, just click on the stay on this page button. You’ll also receive a 25% discount this way. (that will be our secret).
So in conclusion:
Frank Mitchell’s Off Grid Survival System will definitely come in handy if and when you decide to go off the grid. I think it’s perfect for someone who wants to sever the umbilical cord and provide energy and heating for themselves. Couple this along with a good gardening guide and you’ll be well on your way to not only off grid survival but general green living, which is always a plus! Frank Mitchell said it best at the end of the book… “Off grid living is possible but it depends on how much you’re willing to change”.
Best of luck! Survive and Thrive!