Make “Clean Restrooms” Your Winning Strategy
Let’s be honest, first impressions count. In fact they count a lot. Your tenant’s impression of your restroom’s cleanliness is affected by anything from odor, to toilet blockages, and the level of cleanliness is a direct reflection on the building’s management.
What defines a clean restroom? As a Building Manager, you should be confident that your restrooms are sanitary, organized, and looking and smelling good at all times.
The typical office worker visits the restroom three to four times per day.1 For an average-size facility, that equals more than 1.1 million annual opportunities to either impress tenants or open the door for complaints.1 Since tenant complaints that stem from the restroom rank among the top three in a large office building,1 it pays to know why such a small area can be so troublesome.
Our Kimberly-Clark Professional* C.H.E.S.S.* Program Specialists are ready to help you identify potential obstacles to a clean restroom. Book a Consultation with us today.