In case you don’t know this yet, your geyser uses up to 40% of your home’s electricity. That’s a lot of money for the convenience of hot water. That being said, there is a better, more cost-effective way to produce hot water – solar geysers.
Many people have already joined the revolution and benefit from lowered (or completely eliminated) electricity bills. If you are interested but not completely convinced, keep reading.
How Do Solar Geysers Work?
Solar geysers provide hot water by using the sun’s energy instead of conventional electricity. Consisting of a hot water tank and absorber glass tubes, the water becomes lighter and rises into the tank when heating up inside the absorber. Since we have plenty of sunshine in South Africa, solar geysers are an excellent choice. In fact, most newly built homes already have solar geysers installed
How Much Does It Cost to Install a Solar Geyser in South Africa?
You might be wary of solar geysers to start with since it will require an investment on your part. But within a year or two, you’ll start seeing a return on investment. You will save thousands of rands on electricity in the coming years.
The cost of solar geysers at Nupower are as follows:
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Benefits of Solar Geysers
- Significant savings on electricity – 40% and more on your monthly bill
- Reliable source of hot water year-round
- Reduces your carbon footprint – better for the environment
As you can see, solar geysers are an excellent investment in more than one way!
Reap the benefits of what mother nature has to give – free renewable energy from the sun. For more information or a free quote, get in touch with the team at Nupower today.