Bathroom privacy partitions have become a necessity in many commercial environments. As marketing trends continue to place increasing importance on the overall “customer experience,” every element of an establishment—including its restroom—plays a role in this experience. This is particularly true for establishments that service the public directly, because online reviews of restaurants, hotels, and retailers have become a form of advertising that can either make or break a business. Restroom users are extremely uncomfortable with toilet stalls that have gaps between doors and pilasters. Restroompartions.net is doing something about this by supplying architects with affordable bathroom stall dividers that eliminate these gaps and create a more comfortable, completely private enclosure.
These bathroom privacy partitions feature superior designs than many pre-fabricated equivalents. Not only are the panels and pilasters molded to fit with greater precision, but the hardware used to mount them features a higher level of manufacturing. Gaps between stiles and doors are not the only privacy concern voiced by today’s restroom users. Many have also complained that poorly manufactured door latches cause stall doors to swing open during use. Many also complain that the standard 12-inch floor clearance leaves way too much space between the floor and the bottom of the door. They have requested restroom doors that are taller that will leave only a small gap between the bottom edge and the floor.
Our bathroom partitions are designed to address these concerns comprehensively. One feature is the continuous panel bracket option. This design leaves no sight line where the panels connect. While almost all our partitions (even those of standard, made-to-order nature) leave only a hairline gap between doors and stiles, we also carry models that create completely gap-free enclosures. Our Bobrick SCRC and CL Phenolic panels are designed like this. Not only do they completely seal off the interior, but they measure 72 inches in height and leave only a 4 and ½ inches gap between the floor and stall door bottom edge. Custom sizing is also possible, as well as mounting options that allow contractors to comply with all accessibility codes. It is strongly recommended that architects undertaking restroom remodel invest in bathroom privacy partitions to create not only a newer, cleaner look in the restroom but a more comfortable user experience as well.