Cost of Installing Bathroom Partitions

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Having adequate restroom amenities is critical for a business. Your customers require and deserve privacy in your bathrooms. Bathroom partitions can give both privacy as well as a measure of security for clients who require facility use. Cost is a problem for business owners. There is no expense associated with installing bathroom dividers unless you employ a contractor. Here is a breakdown of the many forms of bathroom partitions possible to give you an idea of the cost.

  • Toilet Partitions with a Powder Coat

Powder-coated bathroom partitions are composed of galvanized steel with a zinc coating. Following the molding of the steel into panes, they are cleaned and polished with a strong powder coating. Due to the lightweight nature of these metal barriers, they are simple to install. Additionally, they are a popular option for restrooms in small companies, restaurants, and churches. A benefit is that small scratches and dents are readily fixed. Additionally, they are resistant to fire and corrosion. Starting at $315 per stall, our powder-coated walls are available.

  • Bathroom Partitions Made of Plastic Laminate

Plastic laminate bathroom partitions are made by pressing laminate against particleboard. This sort of divider is not recommended for locations with significant levels of dampness. They are, nevertheless, a popular alternative for a variety of applications. Their unique design and cost advantages are two of their most appealing characteristics. They are rated CLASS B for fire resistance and are scratch and impact resistant. Stall walls made of plastic laminate begin at $400 per stall.

  • Bathroom Stalls Made of Solid Plastic

Solid plastic bathroom divider walls are one of the cheapest alternatives. They are built to last. This material is suitable for use in the majority of building contexts, particularly those that serve a significant number of people, such as schools and restaurants. What makes solid plastic a good option is because it is a robust material that has the ability to withstand the everyday wear and tear attributed to high volume use. Additionally, it thrives in dry, rainy, cold, and hot environments. Additionally, these panels are shock-resistant and scrape-resistant. Unlike metal dividers, it will not require touch-up painting. Stall walls made of solid plastic begin at only $475 for each stall. Installation hardware is provided.

  • Bathroom Partition Walls Made of Stainless Steel

When it concerns toilet partition walls, stainless steel is unmatched. Scratches may be readily fixed and polished to a beautiful sheen. It is extremely robust and rust-resistant in even the most humid environments. Stainless steel will not corrode and is non-flammable. They are resistant to the majority of heavy-duty and industrial-grade chemical cleansers, ensuring a hygienic work environment. A great choice of material for high-traffic location (meaning receiving a high number of users) is the stainless steel bathroom partition. Toilet walls made of stainless steel start at $600 for each stall.

  • Bathroom Stall Walls in Phenolic

Stall walls with a solid phenolic core are constructed of bonded plastic laminate with matte-finish melamine. Additionally, these sturdy panels are ornamental, enhancing the visual appeal of bathroom rooms. These dividers are long-lasting, simple to maintain, and adaptable. The panels are fire-rated to a typical Class B level. Our phenolic walls are simple to install and start at $650 per stall.

Steps In Installing Bathroom Partitions

One use of the adage “divide and conquer” that you’re unlikely to have encountered is in the setting of constructing bathroom partitions. The average person spends around 25 minutes per day in a toilet, and most of these minutes are spent in public settings.

Bathroom partitions are a required component in optimizing the usage of public restrooms. Without them, it is impossible to offer privacy for numerous users or to optimize the use of a single structure. You may simply solve it by partitioning the area using bathroom partitions in just a few simple steps! Carpenters and handymen with experience may quickly and easily build toilet partitions.

Step #1 – Layout and estimate the bathroom stall compartment. Then, using chalk or pencils, trace the arrangement from your reference.

Step #2 –  Draw a line through the front midline which is where the front of the stalls will lie. Always take the size and shape of the doorway and styles into account. Reduce half of the pilaster thickness. This provides you with your “center control line.” After identifying the right place on the floor, drill openings for the brackets.

Step #4 – Drill openings for the paneling and pilaster brackets after marking them.

Step #5 – Assemble the panels using supports (often 12″ off the floor). Utilize the level to ensure that the panels are perfectly straight and aligned to the wall. Drill and secure one bracket to the panel’s top.

Step #6 – Placing the pilaster in the wall brackets as well as above the ground brackets. 

Step #7 – Mark the pilaster’s rear centerline with markings at 18 and 64 inches for bracket centers. After that, secure the “U” brackets to the pilaster.

Step #8 – Draw drill holes by using brackets as templates. After removing the plaster from the floor brackets, connect the “U” brackets.

Step #9 – Put the pilaster onto floor brackets without tightening, with “U” brackets engaging panel. Following drilling one hole at the top make sure that it is secured.

Step #10 – Slip stainless steel shoe into pilaster. Prior to applying pressure, adjust it for bending or sliding till after the front including the back edges are aligned to one another.

Step #11 – Begin installing the door by installing the female cam as well as door hardware. 

Step #12 – Install the male cam in the bottom hinge. Now drop the door into it gradually. Glue the threaded upper hinge pin in place. Release and tighten the cam assembly’s knob to ensure the door is positioned at the proper angle. On the pilaster, join stop and the keeper.

Step #13 – In this step, you should see to it that all of the pilasters are securely attached to the floor. Add all fasteners at this point.

Step #14 – Repeat the procedure for the remaining compartments.

Step #15 – Attach the headrail brackets to the wall and then insert the headrail into the headrail brackets. Attach the headrail as well as pilasters, followed by the wall’s headrail brackets.

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Comments

  1. gloria patterson says

    Very interesting I never though about cocmpanies that had to upgrade rooms. But the changes here would make it more inviting

  2. Lauryn R says

    This was very cool to read, thank you so much for sharing the steps! I would love to have my own house to remodel, some day!

  3. I am beginning to plan a bathroom remodel and their are so many choices to make that it can seem overwhelming.

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