Park and Restroom Structures

Flush Building Design

Flush Restroom Technology

  1. Wider Chase
    • Our circuit box is placed inside the chase which reduces vandalism and protects the circuit box from the weather.
    • A wider chase also allows for easy access to the utility lines and additional storage.


  2. Roof Overhang
    • A larger roof overhang prevents water from building up and running under the chase door or restroom doors. This water is unsanitary and would have to be removed by maintenance staff due to safety hazards.

    • A larger roof overhang also is more aesthetically pleasing and will protect the building better from the elements.


  3. Steeper Roof Pitch
    • Our restrooms have roof pitches that are equal to the leading competitors and in most cases are steeper. By having a steeper roof pitch it reduces the amount of snow build up on the roof.


  4. Hose Bibs
    • All of our flush facilities have a hose bib under each sink. Hose bibs make it easier for maintenance to keep the restrooms clean. The leading competitors offer hose bibs under the sinks as an additional charge but at Park and Restroom Structures hose bibs come standard since not having them is a health hazard.


  5. More Windows
    • Most of our flush restroom facilities have been designed with more windows (compared to the leading competitors) in the walls between the chase and each restroom. These additional windows allow more light from the chase to light up the restrooms. More light means the public will feel safer and more comfortable using your restroom facility.


  6. No Doors with Vents
    • Doors with vents are easy to kick out and are expensive to replace. To make restrooms more vandal resistant Park and Restroom Structures uses cast in wall vents in the door wall instead of doors with vents. Customers who would like doors with vents may specially order them for their facility but we highly discourage them due to vandalism.


  7. Stone Options
    • Park and Restroom Structures offers a wide variety of Eldorado stone veneers. Leading competitors only offer three to six types of stone. Please visit Eldorado's website (Click here for Eldorado's website) for a view of their amazing products them make. Eldorado also categorizes their stones by regions which can be helpful is choosing a stone for your particular structure.


  8. More Efficient Footprint
    • A smaller building footprint (which meets ADA) allows less expensive shipping and means less cost to the contractor to build a smaller gravel pad.


  9. Best Warranty
    • Park and Restroom Structures offers a three year warranty on the flush facility against manufacturing defects. The leading competitors either offer warranties that are less than three years (typically one year) or are warranties on something other than the building. Make sure the warranty is on the building itself and not something else while comparing Park and Restroom Structures products again the competition.


Flush Building Design

Flush Restroom Technology

  1. Wider Chase
    • Our circuit box is placed inside the chase which reduces vandalism and protects the circuit box from the weather.
    • A wider chase also allows for easy access to the utility lines and additional storage.


  2. Roof Overhang
    • A larger roof overhang prevents water from building up and running under the chase door or restroom doors. This water is unsanitary and would have to be removed by maintenance staff due to safety hazards.

    • A larger roof overhang also is more aesthetically pleasing and will protect the building better from the elements.


  3. Steeper Roof Pitch
    • Our restrooms have roof pitches that are equal to the leading competitors and in most cases are steeper. By having a steeper roof pitch it reduces the amount of snow build up on the roof.


  4. Hose Bibs
    • All of our flush facilities have a hose bib under each sink. Hose bibs make it easier for maintenance to keep the restrooms clean. The leading competitors offer hose bibs under the sinks as an additional charge but at Park and Restroom Structures hose bibs come standard since not having them is a health hazard.


  5. More Windows
    • Most of our flush restroom facilities have been designed with more windows (compared to the leading competitors) in the walls between the chase and each restroom. These additional windows allow more light from the chase to light up the restrooms. More light means the public will feel safer and more comfortable using your restroom facility.


  6. No Doors with Vents
    • Doors with vents are easy to kick out and are expensive to replace. To make restrooms more vandal resistant Park and Restroom Structures uses cast in wall vents in the door wall instead of doors with vents. Customers who would like doors with vents may specially order them for their facility but we highly discourage them due to vandalism.


  7. Stone Options
    • Park and Restroom Structures offers a wide variety of Eldorado stone veneers. Leading competitors only offer three to six types of stone. Please visit Eldorado's website (Click here for Eldorado's website) for a view of their amazing products them make. Eldorado also categorizes their stones by regions which can be helpful is choosing a stone for your particular structure.


  8. More Efficient Footprint
    • A smaller building footprint (which meets ADA) allows less expensive shipping and means less cost to the contractor to build a smaller gravel pad.


  9. Best Warranty
    • Park and Restroom Structures offers a three year warranty on the flush facility against manufacturing defects. The leading competitors either offer warranties that are less than three years (typically one year) or are warranties on something other than the building. Make sure the warranty is on the building itself and not something else while comparing Park and Restroom Structures products again the competition.