Public Bathroom Partitions

Public Bathroom Partitions & Stalls

Public Bathroom Partitions

Public bathrooms often get overlooked when it comes to design, but their appearance and longevity is as important as their functionality and neatness. People may not realize it, but they notice the public bathrooms they use, and there’s more to an appealing bathroom than just cleanliness.

When designing your new bathroom, the types of partitions you choose can have a bigger impact than you might think. It’s important to know which material is best for your project, and its pros and cons, to ensure that you get the most bang for your buck.

The expert team at One Point Partition is available to give you as much or as little guidance as you need. From helping you figure out how to choose public bathroom partitions that are right for you to providing free samples and expert layout advice, we’re here to ensure that you get exactly the bathroom partition you seek at an affordable price.

Choose the Right Partition Material

Choose the Right Restroom Partition Material
Partitions for public bathrooms may all look the same, but they’re far from it. Which one you choose depends on several factors, including what sort of traffic it will see. For example, plastic is better for an environment with high humidity, such as a bathroom for a pool.

If you’re unsure how to choose public bathroom partitions, ask yourself the following:

  • What is the budget?
  • How much traffic is expected?
  • Is the bathroom located in a place with excessive moisture?
  • What’s the aesthetic goal?

Once you have a clear answer to those questions, then you can move on to begin choosing the commercial bathroom partition material that best fits your needs. One Point Partitions offers five options.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel bathroom partitions give your restroom a sleek, minimalist look that never goes out of style. It’s the most costly option when it comes to bathroom partition materials, but it’s also the most durable and the longest lasting.

  • Pro: Resistant to vandalism and able to endure heavy wear and tear, stainless steel is the best option for high-traffic bathrooms. It’s the top choice for any industry, and its timeless elegance makes it adaptable to any environment, from small staff-only bathrooms to large luxury bathrooms.
  • Con: The cost is often a hindrance since it is double the price of some of the other options. However, it’s important to look at stainless steel partitions as a long-term investment that will last you for years to come.

Phenolic Core

Phenolic core partitions are made from multiple layers of paper pasted together before being covered in phenolic resin. Once hardened, the resin acts as an excellent barrier against dirt and mold.

  • Pro: Their longevity is second only to stainless steel. And, like stainless steel, phenolic core partitions can withstand high traffic and potential vandalism while putting up with any other sort of damage that comes their way.
  • Con: Phenolic core partitions are the second-most expensive, but just like stainless steel, they should be seen as a long-term investment that will last you for many years.

Solid Plastic

As the name suggests, solid plastic bathroom partitions are made of plastic panels that are 1-inch thick. This high density polyethylene is heavy, strong and holds up against direct moisture contact.

  • Pro: This material is one of the most durable options, making it perfect for high-traffic areas like schools, and its warranty is 25 years long.
  • Con: While extremely sturdy and well-suited for almost any public bathroom, this material is limited when it comes to aesthetic. Though it’s available in 16 different colors and can be easily cleaned and maintained, it isn’t always the most attractive. Examine your goals for your bathroom and see just how highly aesthetic ranks.

Plastic Laminate

Plastic laminate partitions are made from a piece of particleboard that has been laminated on either side, making it a lighter and more affordable option that allows for customization.

  • Pro: Sturdy, low-cost and durable, plastic laminate partitions for public bathrooms are also available in 48 different colors and patterns.
  • Con: Because of the use of glue in these partitions, they are best suited to areas that are dry and free of excess moisture. If you’re looking to design a bathroom for a pool or gym, these partitions may not fare as well as other options.

Powder-Coated Steel

The most inexpensive options when it comes to public restroom partitions, powder-coated steel partitions are made using two metal sheets glued to either side of a piece of honeycomb cardboard. Then it is coated in colored powder — we give you a choice of 15 different colors — and the powder is baked into the steel.

  • Pro: Because it’s lightweight, this material is the most cost-efficient option and still provides strength and sturdiness. The material is durable enough to withstand corrosion and most vandalism, plus it’s a popular choice for many, thanks to its affordable cost.
  • Con: Like the plastic laminate, powder-coated steel partitions are best used in areas where there is a low risk of humidity or other moisture. Shower or locker rooms will keep this material from living up to its potential, but a cool, dry area will help it last for years.

Design Your Public Bathroom Partitions

Once you’ve decided which material best suits your new bathroom, you can start designing your new space. The team of experts at One Point Partitions can give you as much or as little help as you need.

Use Our Layout Program

If you’ve already got a clear idea of what you want for your new bathroom and have decided on the materials and colors to use, we encourage you to take advantage of our online bathroom layout submission option.

Just upload any photographs or sketches you have, along with your choices for materials and your contact information, to create a scale replica of your proposed bathroom.

If you need a little help visualizing a layout, try our three-step partition planner, which walks you through your options when designing a public bathroom layout.

There is no cost to use the layout program, and we’ll use your final replica to provide you with an accurate quote for the project.

Use Our Team

If you have some idea of what you want your new bathroom to look like but are unable to bring it together, our team of experts is ready to help you create your bathroom partition layout.

Our experienced professionals will help you decide which toilet partition materials, colors and finish are best to bring your vision to life. We then provide you with detailed dimensions of your design so you can see exactly what your new bathroom will look like.

Installing Your New Partitions

All of our bathroom partitions and stalls are made to be easy to install.

We provide detailed instructions and videos to assist you in installing your new partitions.

However, if you need further help or just have questions, our team is always happy to assist you via phone, email or our online messaging system.

Get Your Free Quote Now

Request a free quote and start bringing your restroom designs to life
We want you to be confident in and pleased with your decision and gladly offer the initial consultation and design layout for free.

We are proud to support our country and its workers, so we ensure that our products are made in America, making them affordable, trustworthy and of high quality.

We also offer free samples as a no-cost obligation to help you get your project from the drawing board to completion. Get in touch with us to request a free quote and start bringing your designs to life.

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Made in America, by Americans

We’re extremely proud here at One Point Partitions to be based in the US and to do all of our design and manufacturing right here at home. We think it’s important to support local manufacturing and keep our jobs in our own communities. This also has an added benefit: it gives us better control over the quality of our product, unlike our competitors who manufacture in foreign countries.

Are you ready to get started with your public bathroom stall project? The first step is to fill in our handy online quotation tool. You’ll get an initial price quotation for an idea of the budget you’ll need and then one of our designers will work with you to ensure our design plan meets all your restroom divider needs.

We take the time to understand your needs and expectations and offer industry-leading customer service. You’ll never get sales pressure from One Point Partitions — only friendly, professional advice. Why not contact us today so we can learn about your public restroom stall project and help you get the results you want?

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!
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

brock hutson

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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.

Rebecca Bobo

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800-756-6817 Ext. 310
Rebecca graduated at the top of her class in high school and at Middle Tennessee State University. She has an extensive background in customer service which has helped her to create a very long list of happy toilet partition customers. If she isn’t on the computer designing stall layouts, you will find her kicking it live at the local gym staying healthy and fit.

Lukas Haskins

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Lukas had bathroom partition experience before joining One Point and puts that experience to work every day. He spends off time creating video and sound presentations and staying active in his church. Lukas is also planning a trip to Japan and is the caretaker of many feline friends.

Destiny Ford

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Destiny is a lover of big families, wide open country spaces, and connecting customers to design and sales reps. She has been in the restroom partitions business for several years and strives to make sure all customers receive a 5-star sales experience.

Andrew Hyler

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800-756-6817 316
Andrew grew up in his family’s construction business before heading off to college at Iowa State University. He and his young family recently moved to a small farm where they currently have chickens and other critters. If Andrew isn’t busy designing a bathroom stall layout, you’ll find him enjoying the great outdoors.

Brian Cruz

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800-756-6817 Ext. 312
Brian has an extensive background in residential and commercial building supply sales, so helping customers with toilet partitions purchases is darn near second nature for him. Brian spends free time with his lovely wife and enjoys watching his three boys participate in the performing arts such as dance and music.