It has been long believed that colours can dramatically affect human mood, feeling and emotions. Colour is a potent communication tool that can influence human reactions, switch moods, and persuade to take action. Different studies have suggested that colour has a severe psychological effect on human beings. It can influence performance and even affect a consumer’s buying behaviour. A few existing researchers have found that colour can impact people in a variety of surprising ways such as:
A well-designed locker room can positively contribute to the health of the members of your health club or an athletic facility. Aesthetically pleasing and functional Locker rooms create a great experience among all members.
The first thing your members do when they enter your premises is they go to the locker room to store their belongings, change their outfit, and use the washroom. The design of your locker room reflects the first impression of your service to your patrons. It is essential that your members are provided with enough space to get changed, sufficient sitting facilities, and a locker enough to safely store all of their belongings.
You must have probably heard about different surveys conducted at different times to identify general complaints about workplaces among the employees of different organisations around the world. Unsurprisingly most employees have been complaining about the restrooms of their organisation time and again, and although different organisations have worked hard to improve them, the negative comments about restrooms aren’t going anywhere. Is it about cleanliness and comfort? Or it has something to do with something we feel ashamed to talk about? There is human psychology related to the use of restrooms, and it is way above just cleanliness and comfort.
As more people ask about the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure laminates, you may want to look at different aspects of both materials to make it easier for you to decide what laminate to choose for your washroom systems.
When choosing material for your washroom, you need to consider how much abuse the face of the panel will receive and what amount of money you are willing to spend on the panels. In this article, we will discuss the differences between 18mm Vertiboard MR and 13mm Compact Laminate.
Green practices are becoming more and more of the norm, as companies realise the impact of incorporating ecological and sustainable practices on their business.
From economic savings to influencing customer perception towards your company, there are loads of benefits for making your business more eco-friendly. An eco-friendly environment also improves employee and customer satisfaction.
Most commercial washrooms are uninspiring and cluttered with no considerations made to take care of customers. A clean washroom can make or break customer service experience, especially if your company is in the hospitality or service sector. A positive washroom experience plays a vital role in shaping your business brand with visitors. You’ll want to create a welcoming space for your customers when they visit your commercial facility.
Compact laminate is a go-to material for high traffic environments. Suitable for many applications, this material is both durable and appealing.
Its distinctive black core is not only a feature that separates it from other materials but the whole high-pressure manufacturing process makes the material durable from the rest.
Compact laminate is a high-pressure structural laminate built by dipping multiple layers of kraft paper in resin and drying it. These layers are then baked between the laminated top and bottom sheets. The process of polymerisation fuses the layers together, creating a solid-core panel that is strong, supporting, water-resistant and requires low maintenance.
Keeping public restrooms clean at all times is essential to prevent health hazards and deter vandalism. Restrooms have many different parts that require effective cleaning and the less obvious ones are easy to overlook. Cleaners may focus on the toilets and floors, but particles carrying bacteria can easily be transferred to the partitions and handles during regular use, hence these need to be cleaned regularly as well. Neglecting partitions can leave the restroom looking grubby, unhygienic and uninviting.
A washroom is a washroom, right? Unfortunately, not, as public toilets are not created equal. Neglected or unhygienic facilities leave its visitors with a negative impression at best or scarred for life, at worst. If you’re planning an overhaul, key decisions will make or break the success of your project. Here’s some do’s and don’ts to consider.
Did you know that a well thought-out washroom can lead to improved productivity in the workplace? Providing top grade facilities in an attractive environment, can make staff feel more valued. Enhancing staff satisfaction by providing facilities that are comfortable, clean and stylish, is a worthwhile investment that pays off in improved staff engagement.