Overriding a hotel room thermostat can be a useful way to maintain a comfortable temperature during your stay. The Verdant thermostat system, commonly used in hotels, can be overridden by following a few simple steps that we’ll shall be looking at shortly in this guide.
How to Override Verdant Thermostat in a Hotel
To override a verdant thermostat in a hotel, follow these steps
STEP 1. Start by removing removing the screen that’s secures the thermostat to the wall, use screw driver for this
STEP 2. Remove the thermostat cover from the wall by pinching the tabs that keeps the cover attached to the wall
STEP 3. You are going to use the “Up” and “Down” buttons to select one of Energy Saving
0. Energy Savings Off – No Temperature Setback;
- Lowest Energy Savings;
- Lower Energy Savings;
- Standard Energy Savings;
- Higher Energy Savings;
- Highest Energy Savings
You have to change the settings to E0 ( energy savings off). Then hit the power button to save the settings.
Turn on the thermostat no and try adjusting the temperature settings as seen in the image below, there is no temperature limit, you have successfully override a verdant thermostat.
How do I change the temperature on my verdant thermostat?
Press the “Power” button to turn the thermostat ON; Press the “Down” button to change the temperature setpoint below the current room temperature to confirm that the thermostat initiates air conditioning
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Why do hotels set temperature limits on their Verdant thermostats?
Hotels often set limits on thermostats for a few reasons:
Energy Conservation: One of the primary reasons hotels set limits on thermostats is to conserve energy and reduce their energy costs.
When guests leave their room, they may leave the air conditioning or heating on at a high level, which can result in wasted energy and higher costs.
By limiting the range of temperatures that guests can set their thermostats to, hotels can prevent excessive energy usage and save money on their utility bills.
HVAC Maintenance: Another reason hotels set limits on thermostats is to prevent damage or excessive wear and tear to their HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems.
When guests set their thermostats to very high or low temperatures, it can put a strain on the HVAC system, causing it to work harder and potentially leading to equipment failure or breakdown.
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Guest Comfort:Finally, hotels may set limits on thermostats to ensure that all guests are comfortable during their stay.
If some guests set their thermostats to extreme temperatures, it can affect the temperature in nearby rooms, making it uncomfortable for other guests.
By setting temperature limits, hotels can ensure that the temperature in all rooms remains within a comfortable range for all guests.