Bathroom Partition Pricing
Regardless of whether you’re planning a brand-new bathroom or remodeling your existing one, the price tag will inevitably be a major factor in your decision-making process. Understanding the elements that make up the overall cost is the first step, and knowing approximate toilet and bathroom partition prices can save you from a lot of budgetary headaches later on.
Before choosing the best bathroom partition material, you should consider specifics such as how much traffic you expect your new bathroom to see, what aesthetics you’re after and what your project budget is.
Planning and Designing
Before anything, you’ll need a layout of the design of your bathroom. During this step, you’ll want to ensure your bathroom design complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which dictates how to ensure spaces are accessible for everyone, regardless of their physical limitations or differences.
You’ll need to consider how much room you have to ensure it can adequately fit an accessible stall, complete with grab bars, outward-opening door and rotational space both inside and outside for wheelchair users.
The amount of room you’re working with, coupled with your budget and the expected traffic, will help you choose between ceiling-hung, floor-mounted or floor-to-ceiling partitions.
Finally, think about the environment your bathroom will be in — for example, is it near a pool that will cause constant humidity? — what sort of maintenance you’re willing to put in to maintain the partition and whether you want any customization to match an existing aesthetic.
Bathroom Partition Pricing
You’ll choose from five types of partition material when designing your bathroom:
- Powder-coated steel
- Plastic laminate
- Solid plastic
- Phenolic core
- Stainless steel
Individual toilet partition prices vary by type, and the cost can change with factors such as the size of the project and whether you choose to customize anything.
Powder-Coated Steel Bathroom Stall Prices
A popular and cost-effective option, powder-coated steel has a unique coating to create a final product that’s resistant to corrosion, grease and stains. These high-quality, commercial-grade partitions blend well with most designs and start at $275 per stall, making them one of the most economical choices.
Labor and tools factor into the cost of powder-coated steel partitions, with installation ranging from around $500 to $1,200 based on the size of the project. This material also offers a variety of color choices, allowing you to customize your partitions to match your business’ aesthetic.
Plastic Laminate Bathroom Stall Prices
Made using Formica or Wilsonart laminates adhered to some particleboard, plastic laminate bathroom stalls are another affordable choice for bathrooms. The range of color options available makes them adaptable to suit any design. Prices start at $375 per stall part, and the overall cost for the project can range from $875 to $1,575 based on size.
While sturdy and durable, plastic laminate bathroom stalls require proper tools and fasteners for assembly, especially if you opt for floor-mounted overhead-braced mounting. Floor-to-ceiling mounted stalls tend to be the sturdiest, providing support from the top and bottom and making them difficult to damage. They’re ideal for areas that see high traffic or environments that are prone to vandalism and graffiti.
Solid Plastic Bathroom Stall Prices
Often made using high-density polyethylene, solid plastic bathroom stalls are a no-nonsense, durable and waterproof material that is well-suited for almost any environment. Because it consists of raw materials rather than sheets of plastic, there is better control when it comes to quality and price. And because it’s one of the most durable materials, these bathroom partitions are ideal for high-traffic areas as well as for bathrooms or changing rooms for gyms or pools, which see a lot of humidity.
The starting price for solid plastic bathroom stalls is $450 each, with an estimated overall cost of the average project around $1,600. Prices can vary based on the labor and installation, as well as the need for any long-lasting materials to ensure long-term wear and tear, like if you’re designing bathrooms for high-volume buildings such as a school.
Phenolic Core Bathroom Stall Prices
Made with a phenolic core — a resilient fiber material that gets compressed under high heat — these bathroom stalls start at $700 apiece.
While the price may seem high, it’s better to look at it as an investment, since phenolic core bathroom stalls are sturdy, long-lasting and resistant to rust and corrosion. The surface is also easy to clean and doesn’t retain bacteria, making it a low-maintenance option that promises sanitary conditions and style for years to come. Because they can withstand so much, phenolic core bathroom stalls are perfect for high-traffic environments, like malls or amusement parks. They’re also robust enough to withstand vandalism like graffiti.
Stainless Steel Bathroom Stall Prices
There’s no beating the list of benefits stainless steel bathroom partitions afford. Starting at around $700 per stall, stainless steel partitions have a reputation that precedes them. These timelessly beautiful and extremely durable bathroom partitions offer a sleek, classic look to any bathroom and flawlessly fit into any aesthetic. With a brushed finish and chrome-plated hardware to go with it, stainless steel partitions are among the easiest to maintain and are resistant to rust, corrosion and vandalism.
As with the other projects, stainless steel toilet partitions pricing will vary based on the specifics. Typically, installation begins at around $1,200 and includes labor, materials and tools. While a significant investment, stainless steel partitions will last for years while continuously giving any bathroom a sophisticated air.
Commercial Restroom Partitions From One Point Partitions
With more than a decade of experience, One Point Partitions is proud to offer American-made, high-quality materials to help you get the restroom you want. Our experienced designers are well-versed in the industry and can create practical, comfortable and cost-effective bathroom partition layouts and installations. We also offer complimentary design and mockups. Because we want you to be confident in your choices, we can send you free samples of our materials, so you can compare colors, textures and designs before making your decision.
Get in touch for more information about our design services or request your free quote today. We’re also available by phone from Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. — call us at 800-756-6817.