Maxwood supplies superloo solutions

Maxwood has developed space-saving superloo solutions for new and refurbished commercial building projects

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Maxwood has developed space-saving superloo solutions for new and refurbished commercial building projects. Single units, complete with a toilet pan and washbasin for use by either gender, can be designed and manufactured by Maxwood to meet individual project requirements. Small in size but big in design, Maxwood’s innovative superloo range includes vanity suites with pan and basin combined in one linear unit, which also conceals unsightly pipework. A choice of compact basin makes the most of limited interior space. In addition to specially designed products, Maxwood can advise superloo designers and specifiers on the effective use of mirrors, lighting and reflective surfaces to create the illusion of a larger space.

Superloos can be a practical solution for smaller buildings, increasing usable or rentable space and saving the cost of separate male or female facilities. According to Part G of the Building Regulations, if the number of employees based at a particular location is 10 or less, and there are two or fewer employees of one gender, then unisex washrooms, such as superloos, may be provided.

Maxwood offers a complete supply and fit superloo package, including its Maxwall Duct Panelling system for quick and easy mounting of sanitaryware and concealing of pipework. Ducting units can be made-to-measure by Maxwood in a range of materials, including laminate, veneer, glass or tiles and delivered to site ready to install. Maxwall can also be used to produce partition walls between superloo units, giving Maxwood overall control of unit construction and reducing interfacing between other trades and sub-contractors. 


 

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