Find out how we can reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in your holiday rental property by taking control of air conditioning systems in unoccupied rooms.
Right across the holiday property rental sector - from single dwellings to larger portfolios - the challenges associated with reducing energy efficiency are on the increase. When you consider that typical savings of up to 50% can be made by implementing simple, affordable control strategies, it's not hard to see why it makes good sense to take control of a property's energy use - without compromising on user comfort.
Today's holiday property owners, operators and managers are faced with a consumer led demand for proof of sustainability. And yet, for many, the challenge is to find a controls-based solution which is reliable, affordable and won't cause any issues with overall guest 'experience'. In addition, the property owner is often faced with huge energy bills because air conditioners are regularly running whilst the property is empty. Over the course of a rental season, these inflated charges significantly reduces their rental profits. That's where we can help.
Quite simply, Climateq puts you in control. Our British designed and manufactured control technologies offer an easy way to reduce energy waste in unoccupied rental properties. You can rest easy in the knowledge that we really do understand your sector. As experienced holiday property owners ourselves, we have developed a simple technology to turn off air conditioning when a property is unoccupied. Our sensors can even detect open windows and doors and manage the response of the air conditioner accordingly. This is intelligent control at its best.
Matteo Littera, Energy Manager - University of Salford
Chris Coughlan, Construction Manager – Energy Performance, British Gas Business
Andrew Johnson – Energy Manager, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Alfonso Martins - Technical Director, ElectroRep, Portugal
Mike Wilkinson – Energy Manager, Morecombe Bay Hospital
Dave Green - Property owner, Costa Blanca
James King – Energy Manager, Bristol Council
Adrian Bonfield – Branch Manager, Adcock Air Conditioning