Home improvement project: How solar-powered generators add power to your elbow in any building challenge
In their mind’s eye, the roof will be put right; the walls knocked down and opened up into a gorgeous all-through room which Kirsty Allsopp would be proud of.
The bathroom would be ripped out and dumped into the nearest skip to make way for a more tasteful interior style.
All this is perfect.
But the DIY-ers and the building project teams may just face one extra hurdle. There’s no electricity and there’s absolutely no way all this inspirational building work can be done by hand.
The power tools need to be powered up.
Energy is needed for those late-night DIY sessions when most people have settled down for the night.
DIY projects can continue off grid
All is not lost! The sun and its solar energy can come to the rescue in the form of a new Jackery Solar Generator 2000 Plus.
The solar-powered generator gives power to your elbow in any home improvement project at a time when enthused renovators need it the most.
Jackery - which started in California in 2012 - is a pioneer of the solar generator industry. Since 2018, over three million units have been sold from the US to Europe, Japan, and Australia. That’s a lot of power across the world!
The solar-powered generator harnesses the sun’s energy so that if building projects need to be carried out off-grid then they can in an environmentally friendly solution.
The generator has built-in safety features
The new Jackery Solar Generator 2000 Plus – with a maximum of six Jackery Solar Saga 200 solar panels - can be recharged quickly with lasting battery life.
The ultra-durable batteries mean it could keep going for 10 years, and even then the battery level can still be at 70 per cent, after 4,000 charges.
If you need more power for your improvement project, then an add-on battery pack can be sourced, giving more scope for what you can achieve. For your confidence, when you have so much to think about fulfilling a dream, the generator has built-in safety features as standard, for example, to prevent overheating. Jackery has also received carbon footprint verification from TÜV SÜD, an internationally recognised third-party certification organisation, which is a first for the solar generator industry. The carbon footprint results of Jackery's products achieved the international standard ISO 14067:2018, a standard that defines the requirements necessary for organisations to qualify the carbon footprint of their products.
If the cement needs mixing to build that new wall, or a circular saw needs more energy to do its whirring or a weary drill needs charging; then a Jackery Solar Generator 2000 Plus is a must-have part of the kit in any home improvement project. Plus the system is all controlled via the Jackery app –connected via Bluetooth or WiFi for ease of use.
he company and the range of solar power products here.