If you have an office, there is a good chance that you only have one or two bathrooms for everyone in the office to use. These bathrooms could have multiple stalls, but regardless, with many people there over an eight to twelve hour period the bathroom is going to start looking a little bit worse for the wear. This could be a problem if this is also the bathroom that you expect your clients to use. In order to make absolutely sure that your bathroom looks professional and represents your company well to any clients that you might have, you will need to follow these tips.
1. Make it Quiet
Nothing sounds less professional than a toilet or plumbing system that is about to fall apart. If you have control over your building and therefore over your building's plumbing call a commercial plumbing contractor to come and give your pipes and toilet a tune up. This will allow any noises to be muffled and for any problems that those noises signified to be resolved. As a benefit, you can even add insulation to your plumbing to reduce the heating costs and muffle the sound.
If you don't have direct control over your building because you are renting the space, you should instead document the loud noises and show them to your landlord. This should be enough to get him or her motivated enough to resolve the problem. The next time you sign a lease, build in this clause.
2. Invest in Air Fresheners
Invest in air fresheners that are designed to remove odors from the air, rather than smell strongly enough to cover them up. Even though everyone goes to the bathroom and has the potential for it to smell, you can help maintain a crisp, clean atmosphere that your clients will appreciate by removing any untoward odors from the air. Include urinal cakes or other items that will allow you to reduce smell further.
3. Work Towards Being Green
Finally, talk to a commercial plumbing contractor, like Bilz Plumbing & Mechanical Inc, about installing low-flow toilets or other plumbing that will allow you to keep your water costs down. This will show any clients that you truly care about the environment and will walk the walk, rather than just spout platitudes. This works well for any company that has specifically said that they care about the environment.
For more information, talk to a company that specializes in commercial plumbing.Share
19 December 2016
Hi and thanks for visiting my website. My name is Bob. I am 32 years old and single. And like many of you, I am barely making ends meet on my own. That's why I decided to create this website. I've run into a few plumbing problems in my home, and in order to save money, I found some remedies that I could do myself, rather than calling a plumber. I decided to share these secrets with you, as well as tell you when a plumber is absolutely needed. I hope my website helps all of you do-it-yourselfers when it comes to fixing your plumbing.