Airbnb Utility Management – Stay in the Know 24/7

Managing your Airbnb property on the short term rental market in Philippines can be tough to deal with. But you’ve absolutely nothing to worry about – My Pad takes all the stress away by looking after everything on your behalf, which includes timely payment of all utility bills.

At My Pad we don’t just turn around empty properties into five-star rated Airbnb homes, we also make sure that all utilities are operational so that guests are welcomed as if they are walking into their own home. We’ll make sure all the lights are functioning properly, the gas is cooking and high-speed internet access is in place to let guests get connected with ease.

Have Your Utilities Managed Around the Clock – Stay Stress Free

You have far better things to do with your time than worry about whether the gas and power to your property is working or not, of if the bills are getting paid on time.

By letting My Pad manage your utilities, you can enjoy exclusive bulk commercial rates for electricity, gas and internet connections. This can significantly reduce your outgoing costs, meaning more cash ends up in your pocket where it really belongs.

Worried about paying high meralco bills & step association dues rates? No need – we’ll also take care of this aspect so that you can be safe in the knowledge that all your bill payments are current.

Finally, through comprehensive reporting, we’ll itemise all outgoings on a monthly statement and provide you access to digital copies of invoices paid.

Cut Down Your Utility Bills by Nearly Half

Naturally, expenses like cable TV, internet, water, air conditioning and electricity are unavoidable – most Airbnb hosts are under the notion that there’s no way to cut down monthly bills and that they are at the mercy of the occupant as far as utility usage fees go. However, if you’re not already doing the following, you really should, because it can cut down your utility expenses by nearly 50%!

Cable TV

What you need to do is get rid of traditional cable. It’s just not as cost-effective. Instead, have a Roku and digital antenna installed – that’s where the future of home entertainment is. Your guests are going to enjoy their stay a lot more for sure.

Internet

Start by reducing usage speed. A 15Mbps connection is good enough for streaming online video or even heavy downloading. Don’t get sold on those uber-expensive plans. In addition, get your own router – most internet providers charge as much as $8/month for router rental. You can easily find a good one online for less than $20.

Ask your neighbours; there may be people who want to split their internet bill. So link up with them if they are getting a full signal.

Electricity & Gas

This may be a good time to switch service providers or at least browse around for better options. ChooseEnergy.com is a good place to start.

Ever thought about going Solar? You’d be surprised how prices have dropped for panel installations. Get rid of any incandescent bulbs you have in your pad – LEDs are the way to go.

You should use an air temperature controller to manage aircon usage remotely. Nest works well. And finally, don’t set the entire place on automatic cooling or heating. Keep the temp control limited to the main living area, while keeping all the extra space on manual control.

Managing your Airbnb property on the short term rental market in Philippines can be tough to deal with. But you’ve absolutely nothing to worry about – My Pad takes all the stress away by looking after everything on your behalf, which includes timely payment of all utility bills.

At My Pad we don’t just turn around empty properties into five-star rated Airbnb homes, we also make sure that all utilities are operational so that guests are welcomed as if they are walking into their own home. We’ll make sure all the lights are functioning properly, the gas is cooking and high-speed internet access is in place to let guests get connected with ease.

If you’d like to meet one-on-one with My Pad’s Utility bill account manager please feel free to email James Carstairs on james@mypad.com.ph.