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Vanesta are committed to raising the standard of our children’s washrooms
From nurseries to universities, we’re committed to raising the standard of our children’s washrooms.
We’ve been supplying school washroom solutions for over 50 years and pride ourselves on paving the way for children’s safety with a number of essential safety features throughout our education range.
To cater for young children, schools have the option to choose low-level cubicles for easy supervision and our clever anti-finger trap hinges come as standard.
As well as safety we believe children have a right to privacy, that’s why for energetic teenagers we’ve designed full height cubicles that offer total privacy. Just in case, all of our ranges are fitted with an emergency release indicator bolt mechanism.
We also work hard to ensure that our stylish and robust designs encourage respect and discourage vandalism. For that reason our solutions for secondary and further education feature metal frames renowned for strength and durability, along with concealed fixtures and fittings and anti-tamper locks.
Not to be overlooked, colour can influence the way children perceive and behave in an environment which is why we offer you a choice of 37 inspiring laminate colours, as well as 4 colourful screen prints for extra vibrancy.
Our washrooms are built to last and with the help of our Specification Managers to select appropriate products, you’ll gain an environment that is easy to maintain and fit for purpose for generations to come.
Find out more about our education ranges here https://www.venesta.co.uk/products?t=.cubicles&s=.education11,.education211
Between the 7thMarch and 31stJuly we are giving one lucky school the chance to win £500 of books in our prize draw. Find out how to enter here. https://www.venesta.co.uk/news/ArticleId/1089/calling-all-education-facilities-win-500-of-books-this-summer