When your facility is under construction, one of the first things that you need to think about is setting up temporary restrooms for you and your employees to use. While obviously not the same quality as a working indoor restroom, if you set up your temporary facilities in the proper manner, you can avoid as much inconvenience as possible.

If you’re facility is planning to undergo construction, you need to be prepared to set up your temporary facilities properly. Continue reading for some tips from Scranton Products on how to set up temporary facilities when your building is under construction. Read more

Are you tired of continuously having to repair and clean the partitions in your commercial bathroom or gym? Scratches, dents, graffiti, and germs can frequently affect your partitions, requiring more labor and extra costs to keep them in good working order. Fortunately, Scranton Products has a solution to the inadequacy of your current partitions.

Thanks to our HDPE Hiny Hiders, Scranton Products can provide bathrooms with a partition material that can make your life easier. Continue reading to learn more about how HDPE products can make your commercial bathroom partitions better. Read more

There are many choices when choosing a material for your bathroom partitions. Though you may not be aware of it, many of the materials available for restroom partitions are not solid throughout meaning that the core is made from a particleboard or cardboard core. These cores are subject to mold,mildew and/or rust in a wet environment. Read more

There are many choices when choosing a material for your bathroom partitions. Before making a decision take a closer look at whats inside!

Material Options

The five main material options when choosing a bathroom partition are; Plastic laminate, Phenolic (black core), Stainless Steel, Baked Enamel, and Solid Plastic. All of these material choices vary in cost and have different cost of ownership models. Read more