Issuu on Google+

Simple Guidelines To Go By When Building A Commercial Restroom Creating a comfortable restroom might seem impossible whenever you think of the high expectations that some people have. Yet, a restroom that suits the demands of hundreds of people can be created by using a few different tips. Commercial bathrooms are quite common and will be utilized by many people every day. When configuring a bathroom stall that is comfortable for individuals to use, demands the best parts and expert workmanship. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that every commercial bathroom has at least one stall that fits the needs for a wheelchair. Having one stall that meets these specifications is essential for a business to pass inspection. One common problem when adding a commercial bathroom is usually that some believe a toilet and sink is good enough. The restroom will need to accommodate as many people in public as they possibly can, while still meeting the ADA standards. Including the fact that sinks have to be low enough for handicapped individuals to use them without having to stand up from their wheelchairs. Some sort of railing will need to be inside the handicap stalls for these individuals to have something to grab a hold of. When considering what type of handle to install, pick one that will help these people get in and out of the space easily. When deciding on the bathroom flooring, make an effort to remember these commercial bathrooms are going to be used by lots of people every single day. Selecting a bathroom floor that is stronger will help the bathroom look newer for a longer period of time. Also keep in mind, that the floor may get wet and as a result, could easily get quite slick. There are numerous floors available that will aid with the wet floor issues and keep individuals from getting injured. A top notch bathroom will include a resilient floor that won't get slippery and cause unwanted dangers to those that will be utilizing it. The paint colors that will be chosen will also help or hinder the overall appeal of the bathroom. Brighter colors often show dirt, stains or other wear and tear in comparison to a more neutral color. Choosing a neutral color scheme can help to eliminate the level of dirt that is found. Many cleaning products (particularly those that are disinfectants) are hard on bright colors. On the other hand, the neutral colors will stay more vibrant even when they have been cleaned numerous times. An element that may improve the environment of a commercial bathroom is an automatic flushing system. Most people will not want to touch a germ infested handle in the bathroom stall, which is the reason the flushing system can be so important. Having toilets that automatically flush can reduce many germs and can also help to reduce cleaning time. Additionally, you might consider automatic soap dispensers, automatic sinks, and automatic paper towel machines. These items will all contribute to a cleaner appearance inside the bathrooms. Picking out plans for a commercial bathroom is rather easy when you have the proper parts to pick from. Selecting a professional supplier that can give you the parts that you'll require can help you save time, instead of you having to find all the parts by yourself. A dependable supplier is going to have partition stalls, stops, color charts, knobs, etc. The expertise provided by the supplier will

Robert Brooke & Associates

Page 1


Simple Guidelines To Go By When Building A Commercial Restroom help you to produce a unique and fully functional commercial bathroom. From toilet tissue dispensers to concealed latch knobs, browse the great diversity of bathroom stall accessories from Partitions & Stalls. Go to http://www.partitionsandstalls.com/ for much more information about Partitions & Stalls.

Document Tags: public bathroom stall, bathroom stall http://www.partitionsandstalls.com/

Robert Brooke & Associates

Page 2


Simple Guidelines To Go By When Building A Commercial Restroom