Bathroom stalls and partitions can be arranged in a variety of ways to create restrooms for public schools, churches, commercial buildings, and transit centers. Restroompartitions.net carries partitions made from a variety of materials so that facility managers can create the layouts they need without having to overtax their budget. Our designers can assist with any sketches and blueprints and can help you finalize your drawings prior to purchase.
Restroompartitions.net can help you determine which layout best fits your bathroom dimensions. There are four basic layout designs to consider.
This layout uses the corner of the restroom itself to create a stall. Pilasters are mounted to create the stall entrances and support the door. A panel then mounts opposite the wall to complete the enclosure.
A group of stalls can be created between two restroom walls. Partitions can be mounted to create the individual compartments, which doors and pilasters in appropriate locations.
This design positions a single bathroom stall between two walls. A divider closes off the majority of the interior, while a door situated to either side serves as the entrance.
These stalls are created along a back wall and utilize only panels, pilasters, and doors to create their boundaries. This is the most common design in large restrooms, particularly men’s rooms that also mount urinals and urinals screens to the side of a group of bathroom stalls.
Restroompartitions.net can also help you decide how to mount your bathroom stalls and partitions. There are four popular mounting styles commonly used in public and commercial restroom design. The height of your ceiling, the thickness of the floor, and the size of the restroom itself all factor into choosing the best style for your application.
These bathroom stalls and partitions anchor directly to the floor and measure 70 inches tall.
Floor Mounted Overhead Braced
These bathroom stall dividers measure 80 inches in height. They are reinforced from above by a 2 inch aluminum brace that attaches to the wall behind the stall and extends outward to support the panels.
Floor to Ceiling Braced
These stall dividers anchor to the floor at the bottom and to a ceiling beam at the top. The maximum ceiling height for this style is 9 feet.
Ceiling Hung Partitions
These bathroom stalls and partitions hang down from the ceiling and do not touch the floor. They make restroom cleaning very fast and easy for maintenance crews. Maximum ceiling height, again, is 9 feet.
With decades of experience in restroom design and construction, restroompartitions.net is your one-stop source for design, materials, and installation in new bathroom construction and remodels. Call today and let us help you find the bathroom stalls and dividers best suited to your requirements.
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