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COMMERCIAL BATHROOMS PERTH
RRP provides the best commercial bathroom renovations in the city of Perth. Our team consists of professionals with years of experience. We give them access to the best tools and technologies so that they can do an excellent job.
Some details are the same. The design team still works with you early on, getting what you want and making suggestions. They still provide the same high-quality plans, selection of features, and 3D model for your approval.
As part of our focus on quality service, our contractors have experience in both commercial and residential work. Whenever available, we make sure that the crews in a retail job have the right type of experience.
Commercial bathrooms Perth are not just home bathrooms on a larger scale, or with more stalls. A few key differences make renovating a commercial bathroom a different challenge from one that’s in a home. Fortunately, RRP has teams that know and understand these nuances.
First, let’s go over the practical differences.
One of the key differences would be traffic. A bathroom in a retail outlet or restaurant sees more people and more foot traffic compared to the average home. Commercial bathrooms Perth need tiles or other fixtures that can take that sort of abuse regularly.
Some tiles are tested and graded specifically for business purposes. You do not want to use residential tiles in a retail space. At some point, all the foot traffic will cause damage.
Small things are important too. Commercial bathrooms typically have things like hand dryers or soap dispensers. While a home bathroom might have these, they’re not common. There are also dividers between stalls and urinals, to keep private business exactly that.
Environmental concerns may also become a factor. Commercial bathrooms use up much more water, and there is an increasing need for them to be more efficient in their use. You might have seen water-less urinals in male bathrooms, for instance. These things are a consideration in the design phase.
Space is also important. A commercial bathroom doesn’t need a bathtub or shower enclosure. However, it consumes more space because it has more toilets and sinks. This means more water pipes, increased water pressure, and a lot more space.
Commercial bathrooms Perth also eat up more space by there being more of them. Most places will have separate bathrooms for men and women. A few might try a unisex approach, but these aren’t terribly common.
Finally, a commercial bathroom must also include features that make it accessible for disabled people. In most cases, that means at least one toilet will be different from the others. It also means more space, so wheelchairs can turn without bumping into anyone. Ramps are also going to be included.
There is also one stylistic concern. The design for commercial bathrooms Perth differs from one in a home or residence.
With a house, the owner’s tastes take precedence. Their choices for colours, tiles, designs, and the like come to the forefront. The only limits are their budget and their preferences. They might want to make it look like the rest of the home, or add creature comforts.
With a commercial bathroom, things are different. The design has to be pleasant, but also neutral. You don’t – can’t, really – predict how people might react to the design. Therefore, the aesthetics of bathrooms in commercial spaces are often pleasant, but rarely memorable.
Of course, commercial or not, it is still a bathroom. There are points where the similarities come into play.
Bathrooms need to have a sensible layout, with facilities and sinks within easy access of each other. The whole thing has to make sense.
Water pipes might limit the layout. If you don’t have the pipes going where they need to be, there is more work to be done than a renovation.
The bigger the bathroom, the more time it will take to renovate it. Space also increases the cost of a renovation.
As with any other renewal, the more you want to be altered or adjusted, the more time it will take. If you are making only a minor improvement, you might get away with a low price. If you are overhauling the entire corporate bathroom, you are looking at an expensive price tag.
When you factor all of these details in, you get a clear picture of the challenge involved in designing a commercial bathroom space. You get an idea of what you need. There is a lot of work to be done, and you want it done right.
RRP has the right team and the right tools for the job.
If you are in the market for a commercial bathroom renovation, call us. Our team is standing by to provide all assistance you may require. We will even offer you an obligation-free initial quote so that you can have an idea how much you need to budget.