Summer Solar Savings Guide
Updated: Feb 15
Summer is fast approaching, and you know what that means - bigger energy bills.
The warm season is accompanied with rapid growth of energy consumption. Namely because your cooling appliances are working around the clock to ward off the heat.
And it does get super hot in the summer season, especially in the Philippines.
Need ways to save up and cool down? Here’s a handy guide for summer savings:
1. Replace Outdated Air Conditioning Unit
The best advice you can get is to throw out your old and outdated air conditioning unit.
Older AC models tend to consume 2x more energy than the newer models with energy conservation features. Think of it as a long-term investment, you’ll see the difference as soon as you make the switch.
2. Maximize Natural Light
Let there be light, natural light. Open up your windows and make use of our natural lighting during the day.
When you have your lights on, it can add heat to the room and prompt you to pump up your electric fans and AC unit. That’s excess charge every minute and money down the drain.
3. Stay Well-Hydrated
Hydration is important during the summer. This can help cool down your body and avoid heat stroke.
Doctors recommend a daily intake of 8 glasses to stay hydrated and healthy when the temperature rises. It’s important to keep a stock of fresh water during the summer.
4. Invest in Renewable Energy
There’s a way to avoid compromising your lifestyle without worrying about high energy costs. It’s investing in solar energy.
Solar energy can grant you financial freedom, you can save up to 30% on your usual energy bills monthly.
The fast return of investment can be seen on your very first solar energy bill!
You can now save up for a summer trip you’ve been planning with your family or friends.
When you want to get a solar roof, trust in the solar power pioneer, Solaready PH. We’ve been transforming homes since 1976.
Our team installs premium Panasonic products for a weather-proof solar roof.
Call us today to learn about the solar savings you can make. Contact us at (+632) 7 957 3236 or (+63) 917 534 8178. You can also email your inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.