Of the touchfree products available on the marketplace today, a favorite with many is the soap dispenser. Being able to wash your hands in the restroom or even kitchen area and conveniently and hygienically utilize a shot of soap ranks high on the list of customer likes.
Parents of young children in particular love soap dispensers too because of their ease of use and one-shot dispenser application. Companies and businesses who have installed the dispensers find that their sink areas stay cleaner and that there is less product waste and mess. So, it
When touch-free concepts first debuted, customers were typically delighted to find them in certain establishments but did not have the expectation they would be in most businesses. Today, however, those expectations have changed. With consumers more aware than ever about the spread of germs and how to avoid catching diseases and illnesses, the utilization of touchfree products has shifted from a
In our last blog, we talked about preparations for the upcoming 2011-12 flu season. Since that time, we are noticing that flu shots are already readily available and being offered across most of the country to help minimize the population that gets sick from the flu each year.
But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people to practice good health habits to help stop germs. Those health measures are common sense approaches to practice year-around, but especially as cooler temperatures and the flu season approaches.
Cleaning your hands by washing them often with soap and water when possible and then an alcohol-based hand rub as a second choice is the top recommendation for avoiding germs. Being aware of the overall cleanliness of public places you frequent is highly recommended as well. Avoid close contact with people who are sick, and remember that when you touch something after a sick person has had contact with it, the spread of germs is more likely. That
Manufacturers are beginning to ship flu vaccines for the 2011-2012 season. Distribution will continue through the fall, with ample supplies becoming available in September and October. Influenza season activity usually lasts from October to May in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If you have ever had the flu, you know it is something you want to avoid catching ever again. It is a contagious respiratory illness and can really keep you in bed and out of the classroom or away from work for days or longer.
The 2011-2012 flu vaccine will protect against the three influenza viruses that research indicates will be most common during the season. This includes an influenza A (H1N1) virus, an influenza A (H3N2) virus, and an influenza B virus.
So, what does this have to do with touchfree fixtures? Plenty. One of the best ways to keep yourself and loved ones from becoming exposed to the flu is through careful hand washing and to avoid exposing yourself to the same germs and virus from affected individuals. Touchfree fixtures, which first started out being used in hospitals and other medical facilities, are a proven deterrent against colds and viruses. That
Numerous studies have clearly shown that customers and employees alike prefer touch-free products in businesses for health reasons. But do you know what touch-free products say about you as an establishment beyond that?
Individuals polled about why they prefer the touchfree designs provides additional favorable insights about why more and more businesses and even homeowners are making the switch. Sleek fixtures actually portray an upscale image that customers like. Studies have shown that people often believe that the facilities that use touchless dispensers are more modern, user friendly, and customer-focused.
Those favorable responses go further in that customers believe the facility is more hygienic, state-of-the-art, and overall successful. In other words, the perception by consumers is that a business that cares enough to make the fixtures switch to touchfree fixtures is very focused on overall cleanliness and customer satisfaction. Since touch less fixtures, like touch-free soap dispensers, were first created in medical facilities like hospitals to avoid cross contamination, the idea has spread to practically every aspect of businesses and a growing number of private homes. Not a bad message to send at all!
At Touchfree Concepts, we offer a variety of beautiful, luxury-style fixtures that will fulfill the duty of providing better sanitation while looking great
It is rare today for traditional appliances to be built in commercial buildings, as health reports and public preference strongly favors touchfree products for safe, sanitary and environmental reasons alike.
But what is even more exciting is to see the number of homeowners who are making the switch for all the same reasons as stated above, and without sacrificing any beauty or quality they desire in their home. For example, this automatic soap dispenser is a popular item found in many modern homes.
Builders in sync with homeowner preferences are starting to add touchfree features into custom homes as a standard or at least have them offered in showrooms for selections. But just because you don
Did you know that you can enjoy the same touch free environment, popular in public restrooms, at home? Automatic soap dispensers, toilets, and air fresheners are now available to the public at discounted prices.
This attractive touch free, counter mounted soap dispenser provides up to 2,000 hand washes with one refill. Using exceptional motion sensing technology, the AutoSoap dispenses just the right amount of soap when you place your hand under the nozzle. The OneShot Classic is the world