Why Equipment Quality Matters
For hotels and resort management keeping operating costs under tight control can make a big difference in a successful season or a dismal year. With labor costs and facility maintenance two of the big expenses to worry about, it’s common to look for ways to save elsewhere. And in hotel equipment it can be easy to just focus on the bottom line and replace what is needed with bargain elements. This is a mistake, unfortunately, because many times the multiple failures or worn out items end up costing far more than if a hotel simply bought quality equipment the first time at the beginning.
The difference in quality hotel operation equipment is in the make and construction. Yes, the initial pricing may be higher, but what management gets in return is equipment that lasts for years and years without issue or concern. And that improves the bottom far more overall than a singular low price savings.
In addition, poor equipment has a bad happen of failing due to poor assembly or construction. That can be a huge risk for hotel employees working with the material at the time. Just thinking about the comparison, what is likely to cost more: the medical costs of an injured employee hurt by faulty equipment or purchasing a higher grade item and no injury at all? If you guessed the medical costs, you’re absolutely correct. Workplace injuries are one of the most uncontrollable expenses once they occur, but they are entirely preventable too. And one way of ensuring worker safety is to make sure the equipment they are using isn’t going to fall apart in the first place due to poor make.
For hotel equipment that stands by its name in both reliability and durability, Trapalides is your sourcing answer. Their experts regularly find and stock the best hotel equipment available and back by warranty as well. Do your hotel operation a favor, purchase good quality equipment from the start. Your bottom line will appreciate it too!