Welcome to Borley Laminates (trading as Willis Systems) Contact us at 029 2079 6518, firstname.lastname@example.org
Willis Systems has been a School Washroom Manufacturer for over 20 years. During this time we have been constructing washrooms and changing rooms for nurseries, schools, colleges, and universities all over the UK.
With over 20 years’ experience, Willis Systems have developed an outstanding reputation as a manufacturer of school washrooms. You will be ensured of a smooth and successful completion of your new or refurbishment washroom project across a wide range of educational institutions on time and within budget.
Each of our toilet cubicles, IPS systems and vanity units are manufactured with safety and durability in mind, including quality sanitary ware.
From the many school washrooms that we have manufactured, we understand the demands of creating safe, hygienic, and durable washroom systems. As well as the functionality of the school washroom we use bright colours and designs to make the experience more inviting and less intimidating for the younger children. The toilet cubicles and panels can include your school colours and emblems.
We use graphics in secondary school washrooms panels which encourage better hygiene and less vandalism.
Wills Systems offer can supply CAD drawings to support the washroom specification.
We use high-quality UK manufacture products to deliver cost-effective school washroom solutions for the educational bodies that we supply.
We aim to reduce operating costs and water usage. We can include water saving and anti-virus devices that include infra-red sensor taps and touch free flushing into our washrooms.
Willis Systems also partner with leading UK toilet manufacturers to offer hygienic rim free toilets that are faster to clean as there is nowhere for the germs to hide.
Why should you consider improving your school or college washroom facilities? These are some of the reasons
Vanity units with basins are manufactured with practicality and cleanliness as core features, allowing pupils and staff to wash their hands with minimal mess while being easy to clean and maintain.
The harder wearing toilet cubicles and panelling will cost more to manufacture but will give a financial payback over the life of the school washroom in terms of ease of maintenance and life of the washroom.
Decisions on whether to conceal washroom cisterns and pipework will also affect the budget but will be good long-term investment.
There are many options for sanitaryware depending on the children’s ages and use. Young and small children will benefit from reduced height toilet pans mounted at lower heights, while area prone to vandalisation could require specialist sanitaryware.
Here is a summary of the UK regulations relating to school washrooms: