Healthcare & Hospital Washrooms Refurbishment
Clean, durable, hygienic, and comfortable. A washroom that really promotes health and well-being.
Lan Services specialises in the design, project management, and complete refurbishment of bathrooms, washrooms, and toilet areas for hospitals, nursing homes, doctors surgeries, hospices and clinics.
We supply and install healthcare IPS duct modules which are manufactured from a sanitized antibacterial Solid Grade Laminate (SGL). The duct modules are manufactured for a range of healthcare specific sanitary applications and come in a wide choice of colours and finishes, always to meet strict healthcare regulations.
HTM 64 compliant sanitary ware which is mounted on to the duct modules have been specifically designed for healthcare use and include features such as rimless toilets for additional hygiene benefits, anti ligature and vandal resistant packs for applications where patients may self-harm or vandalise the sanitary ware, and “no-touch” sensor taps and flush valves to reduce the potential transfer and cross contamination of bacteria and germs.
Doc M compliant disabled toilets and products are frequently used in our healthcare projects. Further information can be found on our disabled toilets page.
We install non slip vinyl floor coverings which are ideal for minimising the risk of infections and cross contaminations. The vinyl can be welded at the seams to create a continuous, impermeable surface that offers no sanctuary for dirt and bacteria. To help with cleaning and mopping the vinyl can be “capped and coved” up the wall to remove the wall and floor joint where bacteria can hide.
Altro White Rock is our choice of wall covering for the healthcare sector. The uPVC wall cladding is ideal for wards and surgeries as it is easy to clean, grout free, and looks great!
Hygienic ceilings can be installed that have a self-sterilising coating which can be washed and cleaned. The provision of acoustic rated ceilings tiles can ensure a patient gets the quality rest and sleep they need. Specially designed ceiling tiles can also optimise the amount of natural daylight that can reflect far in to the back of the room to help with recovery.