Are you on the hunt for a new heating system for your client’s hotel or chain? Rointe explain why ‘electric’ offers the perfect heating system for hotels.
For any hotel owner, the primary concern should be the comfort of the guests staying at the establishment. There are hundreds of ways that a proprietor can contribute to a positive experience in their hotel, starting with creating a warm and comforting environment.
Choosing a heating system for hotels can be tough, especially as you’ll want to find a solution that is cost-effective, stylish and convenient but doesn’t take away from guest satisfaction.
What are the benefits of electric heating for hotels?
Electric heating is incredibly versatile as it can be used for both air and water products. With effective and fast electrical components, new innovative thermal elements and amazing state-of-the-art programming features, electric heating can allow the proprietor to manage energy usage and cut heating costs considerably.
Here are three benefits why electric heating is fast becoming the ‘go-to’ heating solution:
Safe and reliable
With the safety of guests the utmost importance, electric heating can eliminate the risk of carbon monoxide or explosions that burning fossil fuels generates. You also don’t have to worry about leaking radiators that could result in damage to the property.
No matter how you look at it, electric heating is far more beneficial to the environment than other types of heating. Unlike coal, combustion doesn’t need to occur in order for heat to be generated. There’s no carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere, zero local emissions and it enables you to preserve the integrity of natural resources such as wood.
Cost is an important factor to consider when choosing any element for a hotel, including the money used to heat the rooms and any hidden maintenance costs. With electric heating, it’s much cheaper to install and can last up to 50% longer than the average gas system.
You also won’t need to worry about regular maintenance or annual inspections, eliminating any hidden maintenance costs. Above all else, electricity is 100% efficient, meaning that the money put into heating a room in a hotel establishment is worth 100% of the investment.
So, what type of electric heating solutions are available?
Rointe’s D-SERIES radiators are designed to give a natural air circulation in a room to help reach the desired temperature in a limited amount of time. Since the average hotel can spend upwards of £1688.39 per hotel room each year on energy alone, the faster a room can be heated, the less expensive it becomes. With a new curved design, front dissipation wings that favour natural air convection and made from high quality 100% aluminium, these radiators are designed with hotels in mind.
The D-SERIES towel rails are the perfect complement for any sized bathroom. Available in a range of finishes, including white, graphite and chrome, they’ll fit seamlessly into a hotel’s décor.
They have a resistance between 300 and 750W, which helps to ensure that the unit heats quickly and retains heat for longer. The towel rails are easy to install with wall anchors close to the side of the body, meaning it’s easier to hang towels and clothing, and they also include a two-hour boost mode which allows the unit to operate at maximum power for up to two hours.
The new Rome connected is an unvented water heater with a C energy classification and built-in Wi-Fi for complete control using your smartphone. You can adjust temperatures and view your real-time consumption along with costs anytime, anywhere using the free Rointe Connect app.
The new Rome connected is a digital solution for your domestic hot water needs, that also includes important safety functions like an exclusive thermal break system and an anti-legionella function (designed to protect the heating system against this harmful bacteria). It also includes our patented e·life technology for easy home automation and direct communication between your Wi-Fi and the water heater, without the need for intermediate gateways.
They also incorporate a progress function so you can see the available water the heater is able to supply at any given time and an anti-legionella function to protect the system against these bacteria.
All Rointe products include a guarantee and comply with all national and international regulations for heating products, meaning you and your clients have peace of mind that the products are of the highest quality.
For more information about the range of electric heating solutions from Rointe visit: https://rointe.co.uk/