Why you should consider a solar-powered geyser

People are looking for alternative energy sources as electricity prices continue to rise and the grid remains unstable. And, because geysers are notorious for consuming the most electricity, finding an affordable alternative offers several benefits. Solar-powered geysers generate electricity from the sun to heat your water.

How do solar-powered geysers work?

Solar-powered geysers use the sun’s energy to heat your water rather than traditional electricity. While solar-powered geysers are standard in many newly built homes, they are easy to install in existing homes.

These are some of the reasons why you should consider installing a solar-powered geyser in your home.

Reduce your electricity bill by half

Your geyser consumes a lot of energy, even though you only use it to heat water a few times a day. Installing a solar-powered geyser will immediately reduce your monthly electricity bill by as much as 50%.

You will always have hot water

In South Africa, load shedding is a common occurrence and often happens on short notice. By installing a solar-powered geyser, you will not only have a consistent source of hot water, but you will also be helping to relieve the pressure on the local energy supplier.

You care about the environment

If you care about the environment, it is critical to reduce your carbon footprint to preserve our planet. A solar-powered geyser is an excellent first step in making a change. And since we have an abundance of sunshine almost all year round, there’s no excuse not to harness the rays for good.

Contact Geyser Man Plumbing for details

It just makes sense to switch to a solar-powered geyser. If you have any questions about our solar-powered geyser installations in Gauteng, please contact our team of experienced plumbers for advice today. Geyser Man Plumbing will do a free assessment of your roof structure and give you professional advice on the best solution for you.

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