Since the pandemic, indoor air quality in hospitality has gained more attention. Guests expect a safe and pleasurable stay, thus airborne transmissions must be controlled. In this industry, unique guest experiences are a priority. This requires appropriate indoor air quality and environmental conditions.
Stuffy hotel rooms are a common hospitality problem. Mold grows in humid, poorly ventilated spaces. Hoteliers must monitor indoor environmental conditions by keeping up with HVAC maintenance, mold decontamination, disinfection, water quality, and Legionella testing, to mention a few. Facility owners or managers should be proactive. This reduces property damage and maintenance costs.