Do These Aircon Alternatives ACTUALLY Save You Any Money?

According to NASA, last month was the hottest June ever recorded in history, and it’s set to be the warmest July as well. With temperatures hovering around 32 C, nothing may seem more important than keeping your flat nice and cool.

However, with most wall mounted aircon systems ranging from S$1k–S$3k+, buying an air conditioner isn’t an easy option for everyone. What’s more, currently-owned units require maintenance and cleaning, and their use can quickly bump up your monthly electricity bill. Overall, these expenses can feel quite daunting.

As a result, many Singaporeans look for alternative ways to keep their homes cooler – but are there any methods that are truly as powerful, while still remaining cost-effective? We investigate below:


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Text: Carrie Arndt/ValueChampion