What's the weather doing?!

wet floor prevention

How has the adverse weather affected your building maintenance?

With the influx of rain that’s been dumped on the UK recently, and of course the snow in New York I was wondering what affect this might have had on the day-to-day running of your building or business? Have you experienced an increased need for cleaning to mop wet floors? Have you noticed that your floors have become slippery? What challenges have you been facing as a result?

An increase in adverse weather has led to a number of our customers noticing an increasing need for a procedure to protect their staff and customers from wet floors. The dump of rain on the UK has caused severe risk for some buildings managers in highly affected areas, making slip and fall accidents more likely, which can be costly.

Some have needed to employ cleaners to mop up excess surface water being brought in to the building from sodden umbrellas, others have set up a cloakroom facility, but there has also been a distinct increase in those seeking alternative methods.

The brollymac provides the ultimate solution to this problem and has already been adopted by some incredible venues such as National Galleries of Scotland , Bonhams, Design Museum,  NHS hospitals up and down the country with trials expected to run shortly and  enquiries from Europe and further afield it's popularity is soaring as a recognised solution.

There’s a brollymac solution for every size venue, from low footfall and small receptions to large well used foyers. It exists to protect your staff and visitors not only from wet floors during winters high rainfall, but throughout the year! Spring showers and soggy summer days too. Explore the Brollymac range for your business here.