Restaurant owners and facility managers are among many who know how to deliver on cleaner environments. Their businesses are built on it and can easily be shut down because of it. Creating a worry-free dining experience and communicating that dedication to customers is fast becoming a marketing tactic to help obtain and keep customers.
Restaurants aren’t mandated to do anything beyond what is required by law, but most want to create spaces where their staff and customers feel comfortable. It’s just good business.
If you’re looking into additional solutions beyond filtration – there are a number of cleaning technologies available. But be cautious of one-size-fits-all solutions.
Realizing many of its customers were overwhelmed with conflicting information, Trane dedicated resources to lab test a variety of technologies. This has empowered field personnel to have fact-based discussions with customers, enabling them to make more informed decisions on current technologies and the needs of their facility.
“When choosing new technologies, evaluate solutions based on initial cost, complexity of installation, maintenance costs, and verified performance,“ said Chris St. John[PK1] , Trane Restaurant account executive. “It’s important to look for hidden costs and long-term commitments. And then evaluate the alternatives and weigh the cost benefits and efficacy of each technology for their application and budget.”
What are some of those solutions?
Several new and old technologies have become increasingly popular for their effectiveness. Technologies recently tested by Trane include:
Financing for long-term sustainability
Whatever you decide, know that we’re here to help. Trane Technologies Financial Services provides creative financing solutions to businesses that allow them to acquire new equipment without utilizing their existing working capital. TTFS both guides the customer and facilitates the financing process. TTFS specializes in providing financing solutions for the Trane family of brands, including American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning®, Thermo King®, and Trane®, as well as complementary products and services of other companies.