First Impressions Matter – Importance of Immaculate Washroom Services

Importance of immaculate washrooms
According to Andy Warhol, “An artist is somebody who produces things that people don’t need to have.”

You can also argue that art is an attempt to bring order out of chaos – and when it comes to your business’ washroom services, this statement can occasionally ring true.

Keeping your company’s washroom’s clean is an art, and the need for immaculate and well equipped toilet facilities should be top of any business owners list.


Well, first of all, absence due to sickness costs UK companies over £12 billion every year, which equates to around £500 for every single worker employed – and that’s a cost that few businesses can afford to maintain.

Therefore, keeping your washroom, where employees and customers need to wash and dry their hands, well maintained will reduce the risk of cross contamination and the illnesses that come with it.

In addition, the first impression given by washroom in your establishment says a lot about your business in the minds of customers. I recently saw an interview by Chief Operating Officer of McDonald’s who makes it a point to visit the washroom whenever he visits a franchise location.

But how can you keep washrooms clean all the time?

By employing a team of experts to enhance the appearance of your washroom whilst ensuring your firm complies with important legislation.

Additionally, it’s vital to have a survey carried out on the cleanliness of your firm’s existing washroom facilities, which means the specialists can offer improvements to the standards of hygiene in order to prevent bacteria spreading.

Washroom suppliers typically offer a complete rental and maintenance program combined with their own products to ensure a top quality level of service. This agreement can even expand to feminine hygiene removal and nappy waste disposal carried out in an environmentally friendly manner.

Improving hygiene levels reflects the respect you have for those who frequent your business and the high regard for their health and safety.

In business, first impressions count – and if your employees or customers are confronted with a washroom that looks like a bomb has hit, you can kiss goodbye to their loyalty and respect.