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How To Make Your Aircon Pay For Itself?

Make Your Aircon Pay For ItselfInstead of paying for your home aircon, take steps to ensure that your aircon pays for itself.30 Years Industry ExperienceLooking for a reliable & trustworthy aircon company?Click Here

In a very expensive city like Singapore, our pockets really feel the burn when setting up a new home and going about our daily lives. Buying a home is the single point in life that we have to fork out an unimaginable amount of money at one go. This amount usually exceeds the savings we have accumulated.

After buying a house, we’ll need to spend another $30,000 – $50,000 on the home renovation with a decent interior design. After that, time to fill the home with the pieces of furniture and electronics. This usually costs another $2,000 – $3,000. But while renovating our dream home, we usually factor in some ceiling fans. Some people even forgo that option just to save another $1000. Some pay for ceiling fans and assume that an aircon is not necessary since the fan is there. Perhaps 3 years or 5 years down the road, they regretted not installing aircon in their home. This may be due to several factors.

  1. The Singapore heat really gets to you. Especially when you cannot sleep at night or when your child gets cranky due to the heat.
  2. You are trying to rent out your unit but nobody wants to as there is no aircon.
  3. You are trying to sell your unit but nobody wants to buy because there is no aircon.

There may be many other reasons but these are the common ones. So, should you just install an aircon in your new home? How to afford?

If you’d like to save when buying an aircon, the first rule is to only buy a 5 tick aircon. Just by purchasing a 5 tick aircon, the amount you save on electricity bills over the next 7 years is equivalent to the total purchase price of the aircon plus installation plus premium materials.

Next, take some time to study the different brands models and systems. Compare the specifications. See which make and model gives you the best value for money. This will save you even more on top of the 5 tick aircon choice stated above.

Next, always use premium materials and ensure that your installer provides them. If you do not know what are premium materials, check this out:

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Usage of premium materials will save you long term headaches. Premium materials will ensure in the prevention of leakages, condensation, and mould growing on the aircon pipings.

Lastly, use your aircon responsibly. Set timers every night to prevent overuse and only use when you need it.

So, is having an aircon in your home costly? Well, maybe in the initial part it may seem like it. But in the long run, you actually save more than what you paid for. Just by paying a little more for a 5 tick aircon at the start goes a very long way.

We highly recommend taking the services of a reputable company with a long history in the aircon industry to be your service provider. This is to protect yourself and to have the trust that every warranty issued out is honoured. We know of the hundreds of aircon companies out there who offer extremely cheap options but when something goes wrong, you’ll have no one to turn to. The one that we know of that has a long history and highly reliable is Lifestyle Guru by Natural Cool. You can find out more about them at www.lifestyleguru.com.sg or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/lifestyleguru.sg/. Lifestyle Guru boasts an e-commerce store, the first of its kind in Singapore. Apart from that, they are generous in offering many ongoing deals and promotions on their Facebook page. Do follow them is you’d like to be up-to-date to the latest promotions, deals and fantastic giveaways.

 


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