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How Much Does it Cost to Install Bathroom Partitions?

Having proper bathroom facilities is important for a business. Your patrons need and deserve to have privacy if your restrooms. Bathroom partitions can provide privacy as well as a level of security for patrons who need to use the facilities. For business owners, the overall cost is a concern. There is no cost to install bathroom partitions unless you hire a contractor to do it for you. Here’s a look at the different types of partitions available to give you a general idea of what it will cost. 

Powder Coated Toilet Partitions

Powder coated toilet partitions are constructed of zinc-coated galvanized steel. Once the steel is molded into panels, they are cleaned and finished using a high-performance powder coating. These metal partitions are lightweight, so they are easy to install. They are also one of the most popular choices for bathrooms in small businesses, restaurants, and churches. One advantage is that minor damages and scratches are easily repaired. They are also fire- and rust-resistant. Our powder-coated partitions start at $315 per stall.

Plastic Laminate Bathroom Partitions

Plastic laminate toilet partitions are constructed by applying laminate over particle board using high pressure. This type of partition is not ideal for high moisture areas. However, they are a popular choice for different areas. Their design flexibility and economic advantages are the two favorite features. They have a CLASS B fireproof rating, and they are scratch and high impact resistant. Plastic laminate stall walls start as low as $400 per stall.

Solid Plastic Bathroom Stalls

One of the most affordable options includes solid plastic bathroom partition walls. They are constructed for durability. This material works well in most building environments, especially ones which serve large numbers of people like schools and restaurants. As a durable material, solid plastic can stand up to the daily wear and tear of high volume use. It also does well in dry, wet, cold, and hot conditions. These panels are also impact and scratch resistant. Unlike metal partitions, it won’t need touch-up maintenance painting. Our solid plastic stall walls start at only $475 per stall. Hardware is included for installation.

Stainless Steel Restroom Partition Walls

Stainless steel is the ultimate material when it comes to toilet partition walls. Scratches are easily repaired and buffed out to restore a nice shine. It is durable and rust-resistant even in the most humid of conditions. Stainless steel won’t chip away and are not flammable. They can stand up to most heavy-duty and industrial strength chemical cleaners, so the environment is kept sanitary. They are a good choice for high traffic areas that are visited a lot. Our stainless steel toilet partitions start at $600 per stall.

Phenolic Bathroom Stall Walls

Solid phenolic core stall walls are composed of fused plastic laminate with a matte-finish melamine. These durable panels are also decorative and add an aesthetic appeal to bathroom areas. These partitions are durable, easy to maintain and versatile. The panels have a standard Class B fire rating. They are easy to install, and our phenolic partitions start as low as $650 per stall.

How much does it cost to install any of these toilet partitions?

No matter what high-quality material you choose to order and use in your commercial bathroom, the hardware needed for installation is included with the price of the panels. They are easy to install. A handy man or carpenter will be able to install them easily and quickly. Instructions for installing the panels are available for a free download on the site. Installation won’t cost you anything, unless you want to hire an independent contractor to help.

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