Home Improvement with Solar Power and Green Strategies

With more and more of us becoming more and more aware of global warming we look for ways in which to be eco-friendly and more green with our choices in life. Whilst living in a tropical island, the need for sustainable choices has become a household topic with the government too making choices towards utilising solar energy in their projects too. Thus in this blog we look at strategies for home improvement with solar power and green methodologies.

Home Improvement with Solar Power

When it comes to home improvement with solar power, there are many ways in which we can look at making ones lives better. Furthermore, it vastly increases your home’s resale value too.  The likes of a 6KW solar panel installation can truly make waves in your home improvement strategy. The main selling point with the initial overhead costs of incorporating a home improvement with solar power is the savings that you will have from the lack of electricity bills.

The fact of the matter is that when living in a tropical country such as Sri Lanka, we often tend to use our fans and air conditioners around the clock, which can rack up large electricity bills. With the country in itself coming up ways in which to makes it population more interested in going green, the likes of the Lanka Electricity Company (LECO) is offering LECO Soft Loan Scheme to enable more consumer to install rooftop solar panels in their homes.  By incorporating a project of home improvement with solar power with more energy efficient and climate friendly air conditioners and refrigerators such as Inverter Air Conditioners/Refrigerators or the LG Solar Hybrid Air Conditioner will make it possible to reduce carbon emissions up to 212kg over the next decade.

Home Improvement with Green Methodologies

Apart from utilising solar power, there are other green methodologies you can incorcopoate for energy saving and conservation measures. These include the likes of the below.

  • Use of inverter type energy efficient air conditioners
  • Use of LED bulbs for lighting
  • 100% use of solar lamps to lighting path ways & garden
  • Use of motion sensors in public toilets, pathways, car parks etc.
  • Use of energy efficient pumps
  • Use of sensor taps in relevant areas
  • Use of duel flush systems in toilets
  • Reuse and recycling water
  • Making organic fertilizers using kitchen wastes and eliminate use of inorganic fertilizers for gardening