Spring forward, Fall back, change your batteries and save!
The #1 call to a hotel front desk is,“My remote isn’t working.” Every time a guest calls with a “problem” is a reflection of your services and customer satisfaction. Be proactive and minimize those calls by changing the batteries in all your remotes when Daylight Saving Time begins in the spring and fall. While you’re at it, change the batteries in alarm clocks and smoke detectors as well to ensure your customers’ safety.
Change your remote batteries twice a year to minimize calls to the front desk.
If the Fire Marshal inspects your property and the smoke alarms do not function correctly, your property may be fined. Following a regular twice-a-year battery replacement schedule will ensure the safety of your guests and help avoid fines. Shop Now
In case your property’s power goes out, you should always have a backup battery in your alarm clocks. Change the batteries twice yearly to ensure your customers will never be late!