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    Protecting Your Property and Community from Excessive Noise with Call Assist and Guard Assist

    Sponsored by Minut

    Minut, a trailblazer in privacy-safe home monitoring, has taken a giant leap toward addressing excessive noise in vacation rentals with both the newly launched Call Assist and the well-loved-by hosts Guard Assist services. In this article, we’ll delve into the inner workings of both, their impact on the industry, and the collaborative effort required to make the hospitality industry a better place for everyone.

    Maintaining a balance between providing memorable experiences for guests and ensuring harmony with the local community has become critical for vacation rental professionals. Noise-related complaints have been a recurring challenge for both hosts and neighbors, prompting the need for efficient solutions.

    1. Revolutionizing Responses with Call and Guard Assist

    Recognizing the urgency of noise-related issues, Minut has expanded its repertoire with Call and Guard Assist. With this dynamic duo, hosts can now rely on an even faster response to noise concerns. Call Assist contacts guests directly to remind them of house rules and the importance of being considerate neighbors. Guard Assist complements this approach by allowing hosts to send out trained responders to their properties when noise persists despite the alerts to ensure that excessive noise situations are handled swiftly and that the peace is maintained. This combination works for everyone: guests, neighbors, and hosts alike.

    2. Navigating Strict Noise Disturbance Regulations

    In many states, regulations governing short-term rentals have become increasingly stringent, particularly concerning noise. The challenge lies in finding a way to ensure a great guest experience while abiding by these regulations to avoid legal repercussions, but also to protect the community at large. With Call Assist, hosts can externalize noise interventions, which means that they can protect their communities from excessive noise at all times, and therefore ensure their properties respect noise curfews.

    3. The Critical Role of a Rapid Response

    Imagine residing next door to a short-term rental property where the local regulations stipulate a 30-minute response time to noise complaints. This is the reality faced by hosts in places such as Hollywood, Florida. Unfortunately, many hosts do not live near their properties. Guard Assist, Minut’s partner-powered response service, bridges this gap by providing a trained team capable of addressing noise issues as soon as they are detected. Once a noise issue has been detected, and if it isn’t solved by a few alerts, trained responders will be sent to the property to remind guests of rules regarding noise in person.

    4. A Result-Oriented Property Management Solution

    The success of the newly launched Call Assist service speaks volumes about its effectiveness. Users are experiencing a significant reduction in noise-related complaints, resulting in better relationships with their neighbors and heightened guest satisfaction. The service’s availability round-the-clock ensures that guests are held accountable for their behavior, fostering a greater sense of responsibility, and making hosts using Call Assist better neighbors.

    5. Embracing Regulations for a Sustainable Future

    While noise regulations can initially seem restrictive, they serve as a cornerstone for a sustainable short-term rental community. Rather than viewing regulations as obstacles, they can be seen as catalysts for collaboration and innovation. The advent of Call Assist and Guard Assist showcases how companies like Minut are not only addressing regulatory challenges facing hosts but also helping make the hospitality industry a better place for everyone.

    As the hospitality industry continues to evolve and as regulations tighten, it’s important for hosts to embrace new technologies allowing them to protect their businesses and communities.

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