When customers visit a restaurant they want to experience more than just great tasting food, they want great service, the atmosphere, the best table and when nipping to the restroom to freshen up they want to enter a room where the design and mood match the surroundings whilst also instilling a feeling of cleanliness.
Lan Services is one of the UK’s leading washrooms and toilet refurbishment specialists. Because of this, we are able to create your washroom exactly how you desire it and are also able to provide cost-effective pricing to suit your budget.
With over 20 years of experience, we take the stress out of restaurant toilet upgrades! Our fully trained team of project managers and tradesmen will help you to understand the full toilet refurbishment costs, the building process, the design potential of your space, and ensure a fully managed washroom refurbishment project.
So if you want easy to clean and maintain washroom facilities that look good and convey the impression that management cares about the back of house facilities just as much as the front of house, then contact us today to get started!
Our Restaurant Toilet Installation Process
2 – Site visit and survey
We come to visit your site to understand the extent of the work
3 – Quote and Design Specification
We provide you with a quote and start drawing up designs
4 – Installation
We provide a full supply and fit service to complete restaurant toilet installation
The stigma attached to poor quality restaurant bathrooms can damage the reputation of a business. Carefully thought out contemporary washroom facilities can be what makes your restaurant stand out against the rest and with the help of our team of experts we can specify the right products for your business.
With our range of toilet cubicles, we are able to provide industry-specific designs to ensure your washroom can cater to the demands of your business. Full height cubicles offer increased privacy and can create a more high-end appearance. Alternatively, our range of standard height cubicles are easy to install for any tradesman and will ensure the longevity of your washroom. All our cubicles are available in an attractive range of colours there is a design for every washroom.
As a leading sanitaryware supplier, we only sell the best from leading manufacturers. – Including Armitage Shanks, RAK Ceramics and Twyford amongst others. A modern washroom includes a variety of sanitaryware pieces ranging from urinals, wash basins and all varieties of toilets including back to wall, wall hung and close coupled.
It is important that your toilet facilities are accessible to all people, including wheelchair users. Lan Services specialises in the design, project management, and refurbishment of disabled washrooms and disabled toilets with full compliance to Document M of the building regulations. This can include the provision of ambulant disabled facilities within single sex washrooms.
If you’re considering refurbishing your restaurant toilets and unsure where to turn…speak to us today to get the most from your project.
Restaurant Toilet FAQs
Do restaurants have to provide toilets
According to section 20 of the 1976 Local Government Miscellaneous Provisions Act, toilets should be provided if food and drink is being sold for consumption on the premises.
How many toilets should a restaurant have
In restaurants, typically you’ll be expected to provide two toilets per 150 male customers plus 1 for every additional 250 males or part thereof. If there are no urinals it’s 2 for every 50 male customers.
For females, you’re looking at installing 2 toilets per 30 customers and another one for every additional 30 female customers up to 120. After that, it’s one for every additional 60 customers.
Disabled toilet regulations in restaurants
The Equality Act 2010 and other statutory guidance documents explain that you need to make suitable adjustments to accommodate those with disabilities, whether they are an employee or member of the public. A lack of accessibility can be considered discrimination.
In new build properties, Document-M of Building Regulations needs to be adhered to. This means that disabled people, particularly those who use a wheelchair need to be able to have access and move freely through the building. This includes washrooms requiring an outward opening door, a specific internal dimension to provide ample manoeuvring space, grab rails and lever operated mixer taps at the washbasin.
Restaurant toilet dimensions
The dimensions and sizes required for a toilet cubicle can vary and it is imperative to get it right for the sake of a user’s comfort.
All standard cubicles should have a 450mm diameter manoeuvring space within the cubicle. The recommended internal width of the cubicle is 800mm wide and the recommended internal cubicle depth is 1500mm deep. Doors are typically inward opening with an opening of approximately 600mm wide.
It is usually wise to also consider cubicle sizes for ambulant cubicles and disabled toilets. rooms.