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  • It’s Creepy. It’s Crawly (Well, Sort of). And It’s Probably Growing in Your Home.

    Don’t Let Mold Get the Best of You this Winter

    Winter is coming, but that doesn’t mean the colder temperatures will make you immune from mold. In fact, the high levels of precipitation make the “wet months” of winter some of the best times of year for molds to grow. ...

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  • It’s More Trick Than Treat When Humidity and Temperature Levels Fluctuate for Candy Producers, Distributors, and Retailers

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    Americans on the whole are actively moving towards a more health-conscious lifestyle. There is a much stronger focus on eating organic, all-natural foods but there is still a lot of room for deviation. And with Halloween right around the corner, there is no better time to see this in ...

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  • Points To Monitor In Your Hotel: Wrap-Up

    Hawaii, hotel, hotels in Hawaii


    Whether your hotel is located on a remote tropical island, in the middle of a busy, bustling city, or nestled in the mountains, as a manager or owner, you've always got a full plate and a seemingly never ending list of chores, repairs and upkeep that need to get done ...

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  • Points To Monitor In Your Hotel: Hotel Grounds

    It's not surprising that guests can form their first and usually lasting impressions of the quality of your hotel establishment from the upkeep of the grounds. Online, your hotel homepage features a photomontage of lush gardens, green grounds, and perfectly manicured landscaping. The photos that illustrate dreamy sunsets, bright sunny ...

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  • Points To Monitor In Your Hotel: Pools & Spas


    These days, it takes so much more than comfortable beds, free WiFi and access to HBO to attract people to your hotel. And it's also more than clean rooms, friendly staff and affordable rates. What amenities does your hotel offer a guest that would make them want to stay with ...

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  • Points To Monitor In Your Hotel: Introduction


    Imagine that you are the manager or owner of a popular hotel. As the person in charge, it's your job to make sure that every guest in your establishment is comfortable and content. Still, it wouldn't be a day on the job if you didn't find yourself addressing at least ...

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  • Air Filter Series: A Lesson From The Home

    Air Filter Series:

    A Lesson from the Home

    by Dave Ruede, Product Evangelist at Temperature@lert



    What air filters do in your house, and what they mean for the IT space

    We can learn many valuable lessons from owning a home, but the learning curve is (at times) steep for home ...

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  • Hotels And Temperature Sensors: Action, Not Reaction

    Hotel owners have a lot on their plates. And so often, most of us are misled to think "if it ain't broken, don't fix it," or "if it hasn't been problematic, don't throw a solution at it", and this does include hotel owners as well. A smart owner or manager ...

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  • LEED For Existing Buildings: Hotels And Property Management

    LEED for Existing Buildings: Hotels and Property Management

    If you aren't familiar with the LEED certification for existing buildings, hotels, and commercial properties, here's a snippet from the USGBC website that explains the rationale and story behind the certification.

    "LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.

    Developed ...

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  • Top 15 Monitoring Points At Hotels

    Aside from the amenities and accommodations for guests, Bed and Breakfast owners, property managers, innkeepers, and hotel managers have a tremendous amount of monitoring considerations. Certain points are particular to guests, whereas others are intended for building management and energy efficiency. Depending on management priorities (and the needs of guests), ...

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