The Trouble With Toilets
Clogged toilets can overflow, causing a situation that is both disgusting and dangerous. Besides the contaminants associated with a septic scene, floors become slippery which can lead to personal injury. As a commercial property owner, it’s up to you to prevent nasty stalls and falls.
Give Instruction to Avoid Destruction - it’s a good idea to post the Rules of the Restroom. Let your tenants know what can and can’t be flushed, then provide adequate receptacles to handle what the toilet can’t.
Consider the Source – if it’s not an un-flushable, then it’s usually too much toilet paper causing the clog. While it’s not reasonable (or advisable) to ration, you can avoid the block with what you stock. Thinner toilet paper dissolves quicker, protecting you from even the most zealous wipers.
Autoflush to Keep it Plush – don’t leave it up to chance to make sure it all goes down the way it should. Toilets that flush on their own keep things moving and generally more pleasant. No one wants to use a stall that looks (and smells) used. Nicer bathrooms = nicer bathroom users.
Even the most prepared people can find themselves in toilet trouble. That’s why SERVPRO of Park Cities has your back if things back up. Call us anytime at 214-522-3000.