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5 Amazing Benefits of Using a Dry Restroom System

  • March 13, 2020
  • 6 Min Read

Restrooms are an integral part of any commercial property. From retail outlets to offices, restrooms have a profound impact on the overall experiences of clients, customers, and employees. Recent surveys highlight the fact that businesses with dirty restrooms deter customers and give an impression of poor management. Designing a spotless and highly functional bathroom is a necessity. There are two important systems in the realm of restroom design: wet restroom and dry restroom system. While a wet restroom is a conventional style of restroom design, a dry restroom is a more nuanced and is the latest design paradigm that promotes easy maintenance and better sanitary standards. Continuing on the subject, we present a list of five amazing benefits of using a dry restroom system.

1. Better Utilisation of Space

The toilet partitions that make a dry restroom system are about 12 mm or 18 mm thick compared to a typical wet restroom system that features a 150 mm thick brick wall. Also, in most wet restroom systems, at least three square feet of area per partition is lost, which isn’t the case with a dry restroom system.

Related: The Evolution of Public Bathroom Cubicles

2. Lesser Load on the Building

A dry restroom system achieves an economy of load and ensuring that there is a lesser load on the building overall. On the other hand, conventional wet washroom systems comprise heavy brick walls that, in turn, place a greater load on the building unlike the light-weight toilet cubicle partition of a dry restroom system.

3. Improved Ease of Installation

Generally speaking, at least four dry restroom partitions can be set up in a day. On the other hand, a wet restroom system takes significantly longer setup time as brick walls must be installed in the place of bathroom partitions. In essence, it takes less time and labour to install a dry restroom system when compared to a conventional wet restroom system.

4. Easy Cleaning and Maintenance

Dry restroom systems are easier to clean and maintain when compared to wet restroom systems. Moreover, the absence of corners and elevated toilet partitions in the dry restroom system eliminates any accumulation of dust, making cleaning and maintenance a breeze.

Related: 3 Reasons Why Your Office Needs a Clean Restroom

5. Available in a Vibrant Range

Dry restroom systems are equipped with toilet partitions that are available in a plethora of colour and design options. Greenlam Sturdo’s range of dry restroom solutions include toilet partitions, modular restroom dividers, and connecting panels offered in four vibrant collections known as ClassiqueVibranceKids, and Designer.

The Last Word

Manufactured in accordance with international standards, Greenlam Sturdo’s range of restroom solutions are made from a superior grade compact laminate and come equipped with stainless steel and aluminium hardware. Features such as high aesthetic appeal, extreme durability, resistance to bacteria, and availability in a wide range of colours and design options make Greenlam Sturdo a brand you can trust. To discuss your requirements, write to us at or simply call +91-11-4279-1399.

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