Your customers will enjoy a seamless blend of form and function. Our award-winning team can design bathrooms for businesses of all sizes. We have a long track record of satisfied clients and use only high-quality materials and skilled tradespeople to deliver consistent results. We understand that commercial bathrooms are different to home bathrooms and are just larger with more stalls.
All companies should adhere to the Work Health & Safety standards (WHS), and the Disability Discrimination Acts (DDA). There are many legal requirements to be aware of, but there are also best practices.
Bathrooms are areas that see the most use and require constant cleaning, this means they deteriorate quickly. Importantly, it is important to check and update plumbing and other details. Your business could lose thousands of dollars due to leaks in old bathrooms.
Even restaurants and small shop bathrooms renovations can be upgraded to make sure your customers are satisfied. A commercial bathroom’s appearance can be a major deal-breaker. Customers are becoming more demanding about cleanliness, sanitation, quality, and safety.
You may consider adding toilets, sinks and soap dispensers to your building if occupancy is increasing.
Get in touch with us to create a commercial restroom that is both functional and compliant for employees and the public.
Design is an important aspect of any commercial bathroom remodel. This phase allows you to envision a seamless outcome that meets all your requirements. These are some of the factors that go into a commercial bathroom design
A house bathroom design is the one where the homeowner decides what colours, tiles, and designs to use based on his/her preferences and budget. A commercial bathroom design is a bit different. It is best to choose neutral designs to appeal to a broad range of customers or employees.
Bathroom layouts for commercial spaces must be practical to maximize space. You should also consider how you will handle extra traffic. Therefore, materials and elements must be strong enough to withstand daily abuse.
Water usage has become a major concern, and even though commercial bathrooms use more water than residential bathrooms do, there is an increasing need for improved water efficiency like timed taps.
Although commercial bathrooms do not require showers and bathtubs, they will need additional space for sinks and toilets. This can also mean more water pipes, higher water pressure, and more space.
Depending on the size of the bathroom, a commercial bathroom might need to accommodate people with disabilities. This would require a toilet that can be used by wheelchairs, with handrails or ramps. In common areas with sanitary facilities, at least one accessible unisex toilet is required.
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