Enhancing Guest Experience in Vacation Rentals with Automated HVAC and Lighting Control Systems

As guests go to vacations in their desired destinations, hotels and tourism industries are trying their best to make their rental spaces as comfortable to the visitors as possible. One of the ways through which they make the rental rooms and living spaces comfortable is by installing smart lighting devices and HVAC controllers. These smart controllers ease living experience in these rentals. So, what are some of the ways through which rental owners could elevate the living experience in their rentals?

  • Installing smart lighting controls

Smart lighting controls bring convenience back to life in a whole new fashion. Guests will, therefore, not have to roam about in their living space trying to locate the lights’ switch and then switch on/off the lights since the smart lighting controls will do bulk of the work for them. So, what are some of the smart lighting controls solution which could be installed to enhance living experience?

  1. Occupancy and Vacancy sensors

When rental owners install occupancy and vacancy sensors inside their properties, guests will not help it but love their stay in such properties. The occupancy sensors will detect incoming guests and then switch on the lights automatically, without human intervention.

On the other hand, the vacancy sensors will switch off the lights once the guests have vacated the property, thus saving a lot of energy, which is good for the environment.

  • Motion Detectors

Security lights could be controlled by motion detectors which switch them on when triggered by movements for intruders, thus keeping them at bay. There could also be a centralized lighting controls system, with light controls located in a central position, for easy control of the lights.

  • HVAC controls

Heating, ventilation and Air Conditioners could also be controlled intelligently using thermostats and air conditioning controllers. Thermostats work by regulating the temperature of the rental space to the desired levels. They could also be controlled using smart hub, thus reducing the stress that guests would have to go through to have their temperatures regulated.