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Restroom Partitions for Office Buildings

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Partitions, Phenolic Core Partitions, Bathroom Partitions, Stainless Steel Bathroom Partitions Discount SalesChoosing restroom partitions for different types of office buildings is based on factors specific to restroom floor plans themselves and the nature of the building itself.  Restroom specifics include the size of the bathroom, the height of the ceiling, and the constitution of the floor.  Building specifics include the nature of the establishment(s) it houses, the overall budget for its construction, and the level of interior d├ęcor it demands. 

 

The first thing to determine is partition mounting style.  The second determination is the material constitution of the partition. 

 

There are four major styles that architects can choose from when designing their floor plans.  The most popular option is the flour mounted, overhead braced design. 

 

This anchors the divider to the floor and reinforces it with a brace that runs along the ceiling and anchors to the wall.  This style is recommended for heavy usage areas that see frequent traffic throughout the day.

 

For very high traffic areas, the floor to ceiling style gives bathroom partitions the maximum rigidity.  This works for ceiling sup to 10 feet high and with floors that have a minimum 3 inch concrete base.

 

Floor mounted restroom partitions are suitable for lower traffic areas or for ceilings higher than 10 feet.  They are obviously easier to clean because they are lower to the ground.  They require a 3 inch minimum concrete base to anchor to the floor. 

 

Ceiling hung partitions are used in smaller restrooms where the ceiling is only 8 feet high or lower.  This mounting style makes it easier for cleaning crews to clean the floor areas in tight quarters. 

 

Partitions that anchor to the ceiling require pre-installed structural supports in the ceilings.  This may limit options for certain remodeling projects where the ceilings lack this reinforcement.  We can easily see here that the actual floor plan of the restroom, the nature of the floor, the constitution of the floor and the ceiling,  and the height of the ceiling determine which mounting style is best suited for a particular bathroom. 

 

As to the materials that the restroom partitions are actually made from, the nature of the building and the overall available budget determine these choices.  Prices range considerably from the low end baked enamel bathroom dividers to the high end solid plastic and decorative fusion granite partitions. 

 

For smaller office buildings and commercial office parks, budgets are often tight and suite sizes are relatively small.  With low traffic in the restrooms, the less expensive baked enamel or plastic laminate partitions will work just fine.  Provided they are properly cleaned per manufacturer instructions, they can be expected to last for years.

 

Solid Phenolic and stainless steel restroom partitions represent the mid-range price points available to larger buildings with larger construction budgets.  They are more durable than baked enamel or plastic laminate and better suited to heavy traffic environments.  They are also much more decorative.  Stainless steel in particular has a clean, professional look that looks good in the bathroom of any mid-sized organization.

 

For skyscrapers that house banks, financial services companies, and offices of major corporations, high-end bathroom partitions are recommended.  These can be made from solid plastic that is the hardest substance to damage, and that is also highly decorative in that it can be order in a wide range of color options to match interior design. 


 

For a touch of added sophistication bordering on luxury, architects can also invest infusion granite restroom partitions that match granite exteriors, stone floors, and granite countertops.

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This article was published on Monday 09 May, 2011.



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