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Why Humidify... For Hotels and Resorts

Hotel guests expect that temperature and humidity in their hotel room, in the swimming pool area and the spa to be at a healthy and comfortable level. The right level of relative humidity is important for the well-being of your guests. It has been scientifically proven that a relative humidity between 40 and 60% RH provides a healthy and comfortable indoor climate for its occupants.

During the winter heating season, the relative humidity is often below 30%. Low humidity levels affect the well-being and health of your guests. Without humidification, susceptibility to illness and disease is substantially increased.

When an indoor space has low humidity levels, aerosols containing viruses remain airborne longer when humidity is low, significantly increasing the risk of transmission, and a dry nose, throat and skin mean the body’s natural resistance is reduced.

Heated, dry air takes the moisture out of humans leaving skin itchy, eyes irritated and resulting in headaches and guests being tired instead of relaxed.  

Optimal room humidity prevents damage to flooring, wooden furniture, cabinets, and paintings. As well, it improves the well-being and performance of your employees which can result in lower absenteeism rates. Condair humidification systems provide intelligent control for optimal room humidity at very low energy costs.

Benefits of humidity for hotels and spas include: 

  • Reduces airborne bacteria, viruses, and fungi emission rates.
  • Weighs down biological aerosols, so that they can be disinfected and wiped off surfaces.
  • Improves quality of sleep for your guests. 
  • Minimizes discomfort from dry and irritated skin. 
  • Reduces employee absenteeism and improves concentration. 
  • Improves customer satisfaction, while providing an ROI for building owners. 

Hotel & Spas FAQ'S

  • Maintaining proper humidity levels in hotel rooms is crucial for the well-being and comfort of guests. Scientific studies show that a relative humidity between 40 and 60% is ideal for indoor environments. 

  • Low humidity levels in hotels can significantly increase the risk of transmission of viruses. When humidity is low, aerosols containing viruses remain airborne longer, increasing the chances of guests inhaling the virus. 

  • Maintaining proper humidity levels can prevent damage to furniture, cabinets, and paintings, and can also improve the well-being and performance of employees.

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