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As technology advances, packaged terminal air conditioners are continuing to help hoteliers increase guest comfort and reduce energy usage.
Unique buildings are a strong value proposition in today's hotel market, but the process of transforming one into a hotel isn't always smooth.
Interacting with a machine at the front desk may be out of place in an industry defined by service, but speaking to a robot in the guestroom, in privacy, is a trend with potential.
Over the years, PTACs have evolved from a cheap alternative that could simply heat or cool a space to highly efficient machines with advanced capabilities.
Prospective hotel buyers always anticipate making upgrades to a property, but almost none of them enjoy making surprise HVAC/PTAC purchases. In some cases, they may not have to.
HVAC and PTAC maintenance most often boils down to changing filters, so why do so many hotels struggle with this? Luckily, there are some answers.
With automation, hoteliers can not only increase efficiency but also add experience features, which is a win-win for all involved.
Energy is the second largest hotel expense after labor, which makes it a prime area for companies looking to improve profitability.
Packaged terminal air conditioning units need to be cleaned, disinfected and deodorized on a regular basis.
Hoteliers are able to still provide guests with a vital amenity while making rooms more visually appealing and using space more efficiently.