Plans have been in the works for months to begin producing short videos that explain more about our partition products and other offerings. During the past few weeks, we’ve spent some of our spare time on this video production. Now, filming and editing are complete on our first batch of YouTube videos. And this blog post serves as our premier gala! We currently have four videos under our belts. Visitors to our YouTube channel will learn more about:
Scranton Products Aria series of full height toilet cubicles are an ideal solution for unisex bathrooms. Aria partitions provide extreme privacy, as well as design advantages and unique features not found in standard toilet stalls. The focus on privacy is what makes Aria perfect for bathrooms designed to be shared by persons of all genders. Read on for more information about Aria partitions and how well they work in gender-neutral bathrooms.
Recently, we worked with a customer whose project called not only for toilet partitions and Division 10 items but also for the creation of a large, secure storage area. Our years of experience with building materials enabled us to recommend a suitable product for the project space, despite secure storage products being outside our core offerings. In this particular instance, we recommended a wire mesh partition solution from SpaceGuard Products’ BeastWire brand.
Partition Plus has just begun offering live video demos of toilet partition materials and hardware. Our experts are now able to connect with potential customers via a chat service that relays video as well as text. The service is compatible with both desktop computers and mobile devices!
Partition Plus can supply replacement hardware parts for your existing toilet partition installation. Do you have stalls that look fine, but are operating poorly? If so, replacement hardware may help address your issues. In addition to resolving functional concerns, replacement hardware frequently helps improve the appearance of bathroom stalls. Take your partitions from tired to up-to-date in no time.
There is a predominant trend towards higher privacy toilet partitions. This trend is nothing new. For many years, end users complained about big gaps between doors and pilasters, as well as the height of panels off the floor. Slowly, builders and facility operators began purchasing bathroom stalls with no-sightline hardware and higher panels and doors (that reduce the potential for seeing above and below toilet stalls). An overseas privacy focus led to the emergence of a “European style” partition that is synonymous with increased privacy. Now matters have reached critical mass, and there is an expectation for heightened privacy of some sort on every partition project. But, there are two sides to this story. As with any choice, there are some (small) negatives associated with high privacy toilet partitions.
Automatic soap dispensers help patrons avoid contact with potentially contaminated bathroom surfaces. With growing concern about bathroom articles, such as hand dryers, harboring and spreading germs, restroom users are beginning to expect the touch-free operation of commodes, urinals, faucets, hand dryers, and automatic dispensing of soap, paper towels, and other consumables.
The expression in week’s blog title should come as no surprise to any seasoned facility manager. After all, it applies exceptionally well to the case of outfitting and operating shared use spaces – especially public restrooms. We at Partition Plus have seen it demonstrated tens of dozens of times. It is an unfortunate reality that most human beings don’t treat shared resources as carefully as private resources. Accepting this is sometimes difficult, as we would all like to save the money, time, and worry associated with planning for others’ carelessness.
Assuming you accept this as truth, how should you respond? As it relates to bathroom planning and toilet partitions, the best course of action is to choose a more robust material when outfitting your restroom. Read on for an example and explanation.
Plastic laminate and phenolic stalls are a great alternative to expensive wood partitions. Laminate and phenolic are available in a range of imitation wood patterns. It is possible to stain wood in pine, oak, or walnut tones with relative ease. But achieving ebony, bamboo, or ash colorations could require significant amounts of time and money. Where laminate and phenolic are concerned, exotic wood finishes are typically no more expensive than standard colors.
How much does it cost to install bathroom partitions? This is a topic that comes up regularly here at Partition Plus. Unfortunately, the answer isn’t simple enough that we can write a dollar amount in this post.
The answer IS simple enough for us to offer some information about bathroom stall installation pricing.