Professional use of dehumidifiers in HOTELS & RESORTS
Humidity impacts guest experience in hotels in the form of musty smelling rooms and air feeling heavy to breathe easily. Humidity also discolors walls, dulls furniture, breaks down electronics adding to maintenance woes.
Dehumidifiers regulates humidity to keep fungal growth out ensuring no musty odour, easy breathing for guests and newly looking rooms and assets.
Walls and ceilings of guest rooms in hotels and resortsexperience condensation due to temperature differential between the outside and inside. The sweating in the guest rooms lead to fungal growth, black spots, and also damages the electronics, upholstery, carpets and wooden furnishing. Sweating also leaves behind a musty odour in guest rooms.
Over time, water droplets on walls & ceilings of hotels and resorts turn into fuzzy black dots, which is a form of fungal growth that spoils the decor of the room, resulting in musty odor, refurbishing the guest room is an expensive and time-consuming and it also impacts the revenue of the hotel due to the unavailability of guest rooms.
Restaurants, Spas, Gymnasiums use up too much energy in the form of air conditioning or treated fresh air during non operational hours to keep humidity at check, a dehumidifier can do the job at 1/10th the operational cost. If you consider the Total cost of Ownership, dehumidifiers pay off their cost in less than a year, besides saving the valuables in guest rooms.
Bed rooms, Living areas, Walk in wardrobes, Kitchenette.
Spas, Indoor swimming pool, Gymnasium, Ayurvedic massage areas, Corridors, Kitchen.