Reduce Your Carbon Footprint And Help Save The Planet By Installing Solar Power Systems In Your Home

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint And Help Save The Planet By Installing Solar Power Systems In Your Home

Global warming isn’t just a gimmick or a money-making scheme. It’s real and it’s happening whether you like it or not. And it’s up to us to slow the process down if we want to preserve our beautiful planet.

What Is Global Warming?

Global warming, also known as climate change, is the observed century-scale increase in the average temperature of our planet’s climate system and its associated effects. In the past 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate ever recorded.

What Causes Global Warming?

Global warming happens when air pollutants, greenhouse gases and CO2 (carbon dioxide) collect in the atmosphere. They then absorb solar radiation and sunlight that have ricocheted off the earth’s surface. Typically, this radiation would disappear into space but these pollutants cause the heat to get trapped thus, the planet gets hotter.

How Can Solar Panels Slow down Global Warming?

In order to slow down the effects of global warming, we need to decrease our dependence on fossil fuels by using clean energy instead. Solar energy creates renewable power from the sun which is beneficial to the environment. By generating power with solar energy instead of fossil fuels, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions dramatically.

Where Can I Find a Solar Power System Installation Company?

Renaissance Solar is a company that specialises in solar power systems for residential and industrial consumers. All our products are SABS approved and includes a strong manufacturer warranty. Our prices are extremely competitive and we take great pride in providing exceptional after-sales service.

Now is the right time to switch to solar power. Not only will you be saving the planet but you’ll be saving money while you’re at it. If you are interested in installing solar panels on your property, get in touch with one of our representatives today.

 

Are Solar Geysers Really Worth the Investment?

Are Solar Geysers Really Worth the Investment?

Your geyser is responsible for using at least 50% of your home’s electricity. That’s half of your monthly bill! Thus, also the reason many homeowners have switched to solar geysers. So if you haven’t heard about the benefits of solar geysers or you are interested in a solar geyser installation, give us a call. But before you do, here’s what you need to know about solar geysers.

 

How Do Solar Geysers Work?

Solar geysers heat up your water through the use of the sun instead of electricity. Located above the absorber glass tubes or flat plate panels, is a hot water tank. Hot water becomes lighter and rises into the tank the moment it heats in the absorber and there is a natural thermo-siphon. And because South Africa has plentiful sunshine, a solar geyser is a practical choice.

 

Are Solar Geysers Expensive?

A solar geyser installation will require an investment on your part but in the long run, it will save you thousands of Rands. You can expect to pay the following prices at Renaissance Solar:

150lt from R16 535      ideal for 2 – 3 people

200lt from R19 012      for 3 – 4 people

300lt from R27 165   for 4 – 6 people

Prices include full installation and VAT

 

Most newly built homes should come fully equipped with solar geysers.

 

Benefits of Solar Geysers

  1. It will save you money on electricity – at least 40% on your annual bill (50% in summer and 30% in winter)
  2. It will heat up your water even when it’s cold as long as the sun is shining.
  3. Even if the sun is not shining but it is a bright day there are still heating benefits
  4. It is better for the environment – you can reduce your carbon footprint.

 

To answer your question: Are solar geysers a good investment? A resounding YES! In more than one way.

Don’t get left behind when you can reap the benefits of the solar power Mother Nature has to offer. Get in touch with Renaissance Solar to install your solar geyser in Cape Town. For more information, speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable team members today.