Vestibules are Versatile
Like revolving doors, vestibules are mainly used to keep the weather outside and inside temperatures even. This contributes to …
1. inside comfort and
2. saves power costs.
However, vestibules are much more versatile than rovolvers. There are in fact many other uses for them. Below are some ways businesses often use vestibules.
3. Some businesses build large vestibules for self-serve functions, relieving their main place of business from overcrowding.
a. Banks, for example, may have one or two ATM machines in their vestibules.
b. Post offices generally have large vestibules that lean off to the side to house post office boxes, mail slots, stamp machines, and even a table for last minute package preparations and filling out forms.
4. They can be used as a place for clients to wait for service or a contact person out of the rain, cold or heat.
5. Vestibules may be used as a mud room and/or a place to hang coats and leave boots.
6. They function as noise buffers. If your business is in the city where there is the constant assault of honking cars, emergency sirens and construction machines, vestibules help to maintain peace inside.
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