Eliminate The Fear Of Touching The Bathroom Door

Eliminate The Fear Of Touching The Bathroom Door

Now that states are lifting some of their social distancing restrictions, employees and customers are returning slowly to our places of business. It’s great to have them back.

But as these folks leave their stay-at-home isolation, do they feel safe from contamination, and even more importantly, will they be safe?

The most contagious location in most facilities – be they offices, restaurants, service establishments, or retail outlets – are the bathrooms.

Technology has provided for self-flushing toilets and urinals, automatic sinks, and self-dispensing paper towels, which is all well and good, until it comes to the bathroom door handles, which often teem with germs.

If there ever was a time when installing touch free doors was a wise business investment, it is now. We’re all walking around at the moment, scared to death to touch anything. When you take a high touchpoint, such as a bathroom door, and make it safe, that is a big step in helping us put the coronavirus scare behind us and return to normal.

Over the past few months, I’ve witnessed men and women behaving like contortionists – using their elbows, knees, and feet – trying to enter or exit doors without touching the handles with their hands. It’s especially awkward leaving the restroom, but can be vexing at the front door and entryways throughout a workspace.

For 44 years, as a business owner and master locksmith, I have specialized in electrified and touch-free door hardware and systems. I know how well they can be adapted to any portal, including exterior entrances, bathrooms, interior offices, and even high-security areas.

With modern applications, doors can be opened with the wave of a hand, a security card, or by merely approaching a motion sensor. Likewise, they can be programmed to only let in those who are authorized and keep out everyone else.

If there ever was a time when installing touch-free doors was a wise business investment, it is now. We’re all walking around at the moment, scared to death to touch anything. When you take a high touchpoint, such as a bathroom door, and make it safe, that is a big step in helping us put the coronavirus scare behind us and returning to normal.

To learn more about installing touch-free doors in your facility, please visit my website page at: https://wholesalelocks.com/collections/touch-free-doors, or phone me at 800-508-6889.

You can also listen to my recent appearance on MondayMorningRadio.com, a popular business-to-business podcast hosted by Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Dean Rotbart.

I am honored that MondayMorningRadio.com has selected me to serve on its “Small Business Paramedics” crew, featuring the nation’s foremost experts on ways to buttress your business and reach your goals.

When it comes to the relief and appreciation that your colleagues and guests will experience entering and exiting your doorways without having to use the handles, well, simply put, you can’t touch that.

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David Jabas