Monitoring the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) of your establishment helps safeguard the well-being of your guests.
With a heightened awareness surrounding the risks of pollution, people are beginning to demand business to provide clean air solutions with overall enhanced IEQ. More densely populated areas, such as larger cities which bring on tourism attracting hotel guests, increases the air pollution. The more people are assured of clean air, the more confident they will be visiting your establishment.
Maintaining respectable IEQ is vital for the hospitality industry for various reasons of which could impact the property’s overall growth and sustainability. The demand for good IEQ encompasses more than hotel rooms, such as restaurants, bars, conference rooms, and event areas.
Reducing operating costs by lowering energy consumption helps decrease your carbon footprint while also maintaining your business’s HVAC systems and improving the overall air quality of your building.
- Staff Productivity: Being uncomfortable impairs the efficiency and effectiveness of their work - disturbing their concentration, productivity and how they interact with hotel or restaurant guests. Poor indoor air quality can cause headaches, irritation in eyes, throat, and skin, tiredness, dizziness or nausea.
- Satisfaction of Guests: If guests are feeling stuffy in a room or get the impression that the room aggravates any allergies they may have, they are less likely to return or recommend your place to friends and family.