Restrooms Top Facility Managers’ List of Problem Areas

June 23, 2020

One of the most important areas to demonstrate new cleaning regimens to the public as you reopen your facility will be your restrooms.

According to this year’s CMM In-House/Facility Management Benchmarking Survey, restrooms were the most problematic surface/area for facility managers—across all types of facilities— before the pandemic set in. Nearly 43% of respondents ranked restrooms their top concern, followed by carpeted surfaces (17%), multi-surface areas (15%), and hard floor surfaces (14%). Only 7% marked entryways/foyers at the top of their list.

Stay tuned to learn more about changes to restroom care in the age of COVID-19 in the upcoming July/August issue of CMM.

And for more recent insights from facility managers and in-house facility providers, download the full 2020 CMM benchmarking survey here.

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