Father’s Day gift guide for the smart dad

Photo of a Nest thermostat in a home

Father’s Day is June 16 and SRP has some great deals on gifts for the tech-savvy dad. With temperatures in Arizona rising, it’s the perfect time to outfit your home with energy- and water-efficient products.

Let SRP help you celebrate Father’s Day with a gift that brings your dad comfort all year long. SRP Marketplace offers exclusive discounts and rebates on the latest smart home devices that not only make a great gift but also help lower summer energy bills.

Here are some gift ideas available now on SRP Marketplace:

  • Nest Thermostat E — Get Dad a gift that will keep everyone’s hands off the thermostat. This sleek, Wi-Fi enabled thermostat is on sale through June 16 for $114 after discounts and rebates are applied.
  • Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation — Keep energy savings simple for your dear old dad with this thermostat that builds personalized schedules automatically and senses when he’s home or away.

With either smart thermostat purchase, you also receive a free Google Home mini with and up to $100 in SRP incentives when you enroll in SRP’s Bring Your Own Thermostat program.

  • Google Home Hub — Dad will never forget an important appointment or anniversary again with Google Assistant. He can control all of his smart devices from a single dashboard, play his favorite songs and ask for reminders and upcoming events.
  • Sava Spa Showerhead — Just $5 after the instant rebate is applied, this showerhead can help Dad feel like he’s enjoying a luxurious hotel shower, while also saving energy and water.
  • Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller — Dads clearly have a knack for keeping the grass in perfect condition. Make the neighbors jealous with the latest in modern irrigation technology that he can manage right on his mobile device.

We hope this roundup has inspired some ideas for how to make the Dad in your life feel special. Happy Father’s Day from SRP!

Casaundra Donahoe

Casaundra Donahoe

Casaundra is on the Integrated Marketing Communications team, focusing on residential energy efficiency programs. Hailing from the Midwest, Casaundra attended University of Arizona where she met her husband, Patrick. They now live in the Arcadia neighborhood with their two daughters. You will often find Casaundra behind a camera or on a plane travelling somewhere far, far away.

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