Samuel Heath

Hidden Benefits for Hotel Interiors from Samuel Heath

  • 4 Apr 2018

British manufacturer Samuel Heath‘s Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers have so often been at the forefront of many selection processes, especially for hotels.

With the choice of door closer important for the appearance, ambience and comfort of a project, it is important to make the right choice.

This is particularly true when it comes to hotel interiors, as they carry importance in assuring the quality of experience for guests.

The door closers deliver incredible fire and accessibility performance, and their concealment brings a plethora of benefits for hotel interiors.

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Fitting neatly between the door and frame, Powermatic closers are completely concealed when the door is closed.

Unlike surface-mounted devices, this guarantees nothing interferes with the desired appearance of the door or interior decorative scheme, creating a homelier, less functional, or institutionalised, ambience within the room.

Together, these benefits have seen Powermatic used by the globe’s leading designers on renowned hotel projects worldwide, from owner-managed boutique residences to luxury hotel, spa and leisure resorts, all instances where the clients’ experience needs to be as comfortable and enjoyable as possible

Recent additions to the long list of hotel projects that have benefited from Powermatic include Brown’s Hotel and The Savoy in London; Hilton, Manchester; the exclusive South Lodge hotel and spa in Surrey and the ARIA resort and casino, Las Vegas

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