Hotels and motels spend a lot on lighting products such as lampshades, table lamps, floor lamps, and more. It is important for the hotel space to look inviting and feel comfortable for guests so they enjoy their stay and come back again. Shopping for a commercial establishment is different than shopping for lighting for your home, so we supply the following blog post to help you fulfill your hotel lighting needs.
To begin, aligning your hotel lighting desires with your practical budget is important. The price of energy bills can quickly skyrocket if you are not mindful of your implementations as well as their associated light bulbs. This is an important aspect of the budget; regardless of how bustling or neglected the halls of your establishment, the lights must stay on to create a uniform look, so creating a budget for your hotel lighting is a good plan.
Next, let’s think about guest behavior. Most people do not sleep as soundly when they are out on vacation or on a business trip; the setting and bed is different, creating opportunities to get restless throughout the night. Many guests may leave a light on (such as the bathroom light) which allows them to see during the night. Keeping a light on all night costs money in relation to bills and the longevity of table lamps, or whatever lighting implement is being used for the purpose. It may be a wise idea to implement hotel lighting with motion sensors. The decision may cost more at first, but can save you money on hotel lighting costs in the long run.
Ask your lighting implement supplier about suggested ways to save. In addition, take a good survey of your hotel space. Think about whether you can do some modifications rather than purchasing new implements. For instance, your table lamps may be in good condition, yet their lampshades are lacking something to be desired. Lampshades can make a dramatic difference in the look of a lamp as well as the amount of light emitted.