Hotel Partitions

Last updated on May 28th, 2020 at 09:05 am

Bathroom partitions for hotels

Bathroom Partitions for Hotels

If you have a hotel that needs renovations, you need to know how to choose hotel commercial bathroom partitions that meet your needs for aesthetic appeal, quality materials and affordable costs. The good news is that you are not alone in this endeavor. When it comes to partitions for your bathrooms, follow these tips for getting the ideal look for your property.

Choosing the Right Partition Material

Choosing the Right Partition Material

One of the essential choices you will make in ordering your bathroom partitions is the material used. Not all partition materials give you the same look and performance. You will want to combine easy cleaning with great appearance to meet the demands of both your housekeeping staff and guests.

With the partition materials we use for creating bathroom separators, you can do both. You cannot go wrong in choosing from these options, but some choices may work better with your property’s look and guest expectations than others.

1. Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is a premium option that offers superior longevity and durability. Though this option tends to be the most expensive among partition material choices, it also lasts longer.

In addition to its beauty and durability, stainless steel is easy to keep clean. It resists rust, dents, corrosion, scratches and vandalism. If you want to make a long-term investment in your hotel’s restroom partitions, consider stainless steel. Though it is twice the price of powder-coated steel, you will get unmatched quality and beauty from this option.

2. Phenolic Compact Laminate

If you don’t want the look of stainless steel, consider phenolic compact laminate for your partitions. This material has a thin profile, combined with durability.

To make phenolic compact laminate, manufacturers layer paper with phenolic resin. The resin hardens to create a durable surface that prevents damage from mold, rust, corrosion and dirt. This material has such a tough surface that its longevity is second only to stainless steel.

The only downside to choosing phenolic compact laminate partitions is the limited number of color options. Most of the 12 colors available are some variations on gray or cream. If you want a more comprehensive range of colors for your bathroom, consider another material.

3. Plastic Laminate

For a budget-friendly option, consider plastic laminate. This material is the second-lowest in cost. Prices tend to only be about 10% higher for plastic laminate than powder-coated steel.

To create plastic laminate, manufacturers adhere laminate to a particleboard core. The exterior then has a metallic or other coating glued on top based on your color choices. These partitions give you a wide range of 48 color options, making it easier to customize the look of your hotel bathrooms.

The downside to these types of partitions, though, is their use of adhesive. Humidity and moisture can affect the performance of the glue holding the components together. If you have bathrooms near your hotel’s pool or for separating a toilet from the shower in a hotel room, this material will not last as long. You can use plastic laminate, however, in lobby bathrooms or other dry locations.

4. Powder-Coated Steel

The lowest-cost option is powder-coated steel. This material is not solid metal. Instead, it has a cardboard core, which lowers its weight and price. Sheets of steel cover the core. To attain the desired color, the manufacturer bakes a coating of colored powder into the metal. The 15 color choices range from red and blue to gray and black.

When it comes to resisting damage, this material gives you a moderate level of protection. If you have bathrooms accessible from the outside to the public that may experience vandalism, this is an ideal material for your partitions. However, like plastic laminate, powder-coated steel partitions do not have water resistance. You should not use these in restrooms near pools or with showers inside the bathroom.

5. Solid Plastic

Solid plastic perfectly blends water resistance, durability and a moderate price point. Due to their resistance to water damage, you can scrub the surfaces down with soap and water or spray them with a hose. Partitions made of solid plastic work well in any environment, even those near humid or wet areas such as poolside or near showers.

The downside to solid plastic partitions is their appearance. You likely do not want to use this material in areas your guests frequent. While you have 16 color options, these partitions still look like plastic, which may not fit with your hotel’s aesthetic. If you want to use these long-lasting partitions, consider using them in staff restrooms or for more practical bathrooms in your hotel’s gym or pool.

Designing Your Hotel’s Bathroom Partitions

When it comes to how to choose bathroom partitions for a hotel, you have more room configurations to deal with. Do you need partitions between the toilet and shower in each room? Will you require a set of partitions between stalls in common area restrooms? The answers to these questions will help you in getting the right look for your hotel’s bathrooms.

When it comes to your hotel’s bathroom design, you need to choose colors for the partitions in addition to the materials. Material choice will come first because some materials have limited color options, such as phenolic compact laminate.

If you need some additional tips for choosing hotel bathroom partitions as you design your property, let us help. We have online tools and one-on-one help to make designing your bathrooms easier. With our layout options, you can see what the partitions look like based on the design options you make.

Hotel Bathroom Partition Installation

Do not neglect the design portion of your bathroom planning. When it comes time for the installation of your bathroom partitions, you should already know what the final product will look like. The design phase ensures you do not experience any surprises with your renovated bathroom’s appearance. When it comes to budgeting for your project, note that the total cost of your project depends on the size of the bathrooms you need to equip with new partitions.

Contact Us for the Bathroom Partitions Your Hotel Needs

Contact Us for the Bathroom Partitions Your Hotel Needs

When you need toilet partitions for your hotel’s bathrooms, trust us at One Point Partitions to get you the design options and materials you want. We provide you with free, no-obligation samples and will help you through the design process.

For high-quality, American-made partitions that come at low prices with fast delivery, connect with us at One Point Partitions. Get a quote today to start upgrading your hotel’s bathroom design or creating the perfect look for your property’s aesthetic.

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Our approach is one of customer service and attention to detail, which is why we never pressure you. We let you take the time you need to study our quotation and get back to us with any questions or modifications. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and create the practical and attractive lobby bathroom partition solution that matches the style and feeling of your hotel.

Your first step is to fill in our handy online pricing tool for an initial estimate. We will follow-up by contacting you to get more detailed information so we can give you the most accurate layout and quotation possible. Take a look today at our different restroom partition materials and colors and make note of the ones that appeal to you the most.

We look forward to working with you to improve the restroom partitions for your hotel lobby.

Andy Huges - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Andy Hughes

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Andy started One Point Partitions with his brother Jason Hughes. Andy has been here since 2006 and is always striving for easier better ways to provide partitions. Andy graduated from Iowa State University and has been in construction and product sales for much of his career. He spends his free time fishing and traveling....but mostly fishing. And fishing some more. Give him a shout today!
Jason Huges - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Jason Hughes

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Jason started One Point Partitions with his brother Andy Hughes. Finding easier and better ways to help customers since 2006 has been Jason's goal for the company. Jason is a graduate of the University of Iowa and spends free time with his family on a farm.
Brandon Graham - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Brandon Graham

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Brandon has been in the toilet and bathroom partitions business since 2006 and has been with the company since 2007. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee University where he was a standout football player. He spends much of his free time with his family who all are active in sports.
Brock Hutson - Team Member of One Point Partitions

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Brock comes from the tech industry and has put his knowledge to use designing partition layouts. He is a graduate of DMACC and has experience managing and operating businesses. He and his wife enjoy motorcycle trips and maybe a few intense video games here and there. Brock on!
Jhoana Soriano - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Jhoana Soriano

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Jhoana is a recent graduate in the field of Architectural Engineering Technology. She grew up in construction and starting helping her Father at jobsites at a very young age. Jhoana is right at home here at One Point Partitions designing and laying out bathroom partitions for customers. Jhoana speaks fluent English and Spanish and is ready to work with you on your restroom partition project.