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How Wide Is a Bathroom Stall Door?

When you’re installing new partitions in your remodeled bathroom, you’ll need to consider the dimensions of the materials and the stall. You can use the standard stall sizes and regulations in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as a guide as you design your bathroom layout. Being aware of common partition dimensions will ensure that your customers can enjoy privacy and comfort as soon as your installation is complete.

Standard Stall Dimensions

A bathroom stall door is usually 24 inches wide and 58 inches high, and the stall size is typically 36 inches wide and 60 inches deep. That said, depth can vary from 48 to 78 inches.

As you plan the depth of your stall, keep in mind that there needs to be space for the swinging door. Many bathroom stall doors open inward, so there needs to be enough room for the door to open fully without hitting the toilet. Certain restroom sizes may not be able to accommodate these stall sizes, so you can opt for custom dimensions to meet your needs.

ADA Requirements for Handicap Stalls

By law, public restrooms must have at least one ADA-compliant stall. These partitions are larger than the standard size to accommodate wheelchairs. The door width for handicap-accessible stalls is 36 inches, which is much wider than the standard door. Additionally, the space’s size must be at least 60 inches wide and 60 inches deep.

ADA stalls are often placed at the end of the row, spanning the width of the wall. These alcove sections are usually 108 inches wide. The door will swing out, so make sure there’s enough room in front of the stall.

Sizes of Pilasters and Panels

Pilasters are the supports used for mounting the toilet partitions. They’re usually 82 inches tall and can be attached to a support beam, the ceiling or the floor. The partitions, or stall walls, are mounted 12 inches off the floor.

There are many mounting options with different ceiling and floor clearances, and your mounting selection will determine their height. Keep the proper measurements and regulations in mind as you decide on the height of your restroom partitions.

Partition Material Options

In planning the dimensions of the partitions, you’ll also need to decide what material you’d like. One Point Partitions has five options that each offer unique benefits. The one you choose will affect each stall’s cleanliness and durability. Our materials include:

  • Powder-coated steel
  • Plastic laminate
  • Phenolic core
  • Solid plastic
  • Stainless steel

We can provide partitions of any size as well, whether you stick with the standard dimensions or opt for a custom layout.

One Point Partitions Is the Leader in Toilet Partitions

When you order your restroom partitions from One Point Partitions, you can trust that your materials will be made to last for years to come. We understand that your bathroom stall door measurements need to be exact, so we’ll craft your products with care and quality in mind. Contact us online to launch your project with us or request more information.

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