The Future is Now-Introducing Thrislington Flow TOUCHLESS Cubicles

Adi Klinghofer

While cleanliness has always been a goal in public restroom design, coronavirus increased the need and expectation for hygienic, sterile, and safe environments.  Touchless bathroom fixtures, which were a growing trend before the pandemic have now become a necessity.  Research shows that 84% of Americans want touchless fixtures in public...

Post-Pandemic Commercial Bathroom Trends

Ruby Stone

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot about everyday life, from the things we enjoy on a regular basis to the way we move about in public. It’s also changed the way people view and use commercial bathrooms. With the nation at large still coming to grips with the...

How To Make Your Commercial Bathroom ADA Compliant

Ruby Stone

As a business owner or manager, you know how important it is to stay in compliance with industry and governmental regulations. A case in point is ensuring that your bathroom facilities are accessible by workers, visitors, customers and other parties. Commercial restrooms are covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act....

ADA Requirements for Baby Changing Stations

Ruby Stone

At present, Federal law does not require that each and every public restroom be equipped with a baby changing station. However, many restaurants, hospitality establishments, and other public-facing business types provide them as a way to improve customer service. That means having baby stations is a smart move if you intend to run a business. Furthermore, if you do decide to utilize these types of accommodations- and we recommend that you do- the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) has laid out some specific guidelines for baby changing stations. These regulations are designed to make these items safe to use both for the infant being changed and the parent using them, and to be safe and usable by persons with disabilities.