Unisex Washroom Facilities
What is a Unisex Washroom?
A Unisex washroom can be used by both men and women. The room usually features an open plan hand washing stations, floor to ceiling cubicles and no urinals.
Unisex Washrooms in the UK
In recent years, unisex washroom facilities have become the latest addition to UK schools, with the first one that had opened in 2000 at a secondary institute near Manchester. The introduction of Unisex washrooms have worked favourably in many schools, and will continue to do so in business and leisure sectors as time continues.
Unisex Washrooms – Bullying & Anti-Social Behaviour
Aside from combating the threat of bullying and antisocial behaviour, unisex washrooms are also seen as a solution at schools where pupil intake has increased. However, with more students comes the financial constraint to extend classrooms, buildings and facilities to accommodate the additional numbers. Unisex washrooms can offer a more efficient use of space, with existing walls and partitions no longer required to separate facilities.
We have now also become aware of the benefits of a unisex washroom can also lead to a significant reduction in incidences of vandalism, with the additional bonus of becoming more hygienic as a result.
Unisex Washrooms – Contact Axent!
Axent Design Washrooms offers a unique washroom design and specification service in which we are able to supply full CAD drawings (2D and 3D). Call us to discuss your requirements today! We’d love to hear from on 01163 260060 or by email email@example.com