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How to Know if a Restroom is Occupied?

If someone knocking on the bathroom door or rattling the handle while you’re inside stresses you out, you’re not alone. Or, have you ever waited and waited in front of a locked door only to realize that the bathroom is actually vacant! How can you avoid that unnecessary stress when you just need to go? 

Today we are going to answer the question “How to know if a restroom is occupied?”

At Loc-Doc Security, Our Mission is to help you protect your people and your property. We continue to share information like this to help you be informed so you can know the best solutions for the security of your property.

As a mother of two, having frequented many mother’s rooms, I always felt safest when at my most vulnerable moments when I checked and double checked that the door was locked. One of the most stressful situations is not knowing if the door is actually locked from the inside. 

If you’ve ever been walked in on or been startled by someone trying to enter whether in a restroom, changing room, or even mother’s room you know the embarrassment of both parties. What if there was a way to see that the room was occupied and for the person on the inside, that the door was locked and secure? 

These days you don’t have to have unnecessary anxiety when using a restroom, changing room, or mother’s room. A quick install of an Occupancy Indicator added to a restroom reduces the stress of everyone!  It shows if the room is occupied or vacant so people approaching can clearly see that the room is being used and not ever touch the door. 

There’s even an indicator on the inside to put your mind at ease that the door is locked and secure! No embarrassment. No misunderstandings. No walking in on someone.  So, if you’ve ever said “Just a Minute!” to the person on the other side of the door, you need an occupancy indicator. We think they should be on every public restroom, dressing room, and even mother’s room!

 

To book this service place a request online easily at locdoc.net/servicerequest or call 704.554.6121 now!

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