Each guestroom requires multiple outlets for lighting, small appliances such as the coffee maker, hair dryer, iron, refreshment center (in primary markets), television, and clock radio, in addition to the guest's laptop computer and other equipment. Coordinate power receptacle locations with the interior designer to eliminate visible cords and the need for multiple-gang adapters and extension cords~ Provide an easily accessible outlet for guest ironing and housekeeping.
For indoor air quality control purposes, air-handling units should be double-walled so that no sound or thermal insulation is exposed to airflow. The interior chambers of air-handling units and fan coil units should be easily accessible for routine servicing and cleaning. Ductwork is double walled with access for routine cleaning. Specify condensate drain pans to positively drain to preclude standing water.