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Installation Tips for Toilet Partitions

Proper partition installation is vital to keeping customers safe and maximizing your investment. You will receive clear step-by-step installation instructions when you purchase new bathroom stalls from the D’Cubicle team. All of our products are designed for easy installation so you can upgrade your restroom with confidence.

By following the instructions in a step-by-step manner, you can have your bathroom looking great quickly and easily without hiring a professional. Here’s a general overview of how it works.

Choose the right design

The first step to installing a toilet partition is, to begin with the correct design. You can contact our team for assistance. Our team will consider the exact dimensions of your restroom to find the perfect fit and prevent installation hassle.

Remove old partitions

Next, if you are decided to upgrade the current toilet. You will need to remove the old partitions and make any necessary repairs or modifications to your walls and floors. You may discard this step if your toilet hasn’t gone any modifications.

Take Measurements

Write down accurate measurements to ensure everything lines up exactly as it should. Double-check the numbers to confirm accuracy before start any drilling. You may take the below steps or also may get our service to measure the toilet for you!

  • Create a simple sketch of the bathroom to help record measurements

  • Measure the height and width of the entire back wall

  • Measure the height and length of the partitions, including where the door closes

  • Measure the width and height of the pilasters

  • Measure the width and height of the doors, leaving enough room from the wall for each door to open.

Gather Tools & Parts

The partitions come in three (3) main parts, which are the panels, doors, and pilasters. Brackets, anchors, and screws also come with the required hardware. To perform the installation, you will need to have a few tools on hand. These include items such as a tape measure, drill and drill bits, screwdrivers, level, hacksaw, hammer, and wrenches.

Insert Anchors

First, mark all the anchor points in the floor and walls, and then begin to pre-drill holes. If you are preparing ceiling anchors, be sure to drill into the structural beam. After you have cleaned the holes, fix the anchors in place.

Install Wall Brackets & Mounting Hardware

Next, install wall brackets and floor mounting hardware. These components will secure the panels to the walls and mount the pilasters to the floor.

Put Panels & Pilaster In Place

Do not fasten the panels to the brackets yet. You will need to place them on supports in line with the wall brackets, 12 inches above the floor first. Afterward, attach the pilaster-to-panel brackets on the pilasters and then mount the pilasters onto the floor anchors. If everything is okay, connect the panels to the corresponding wall brackets and secure them to the pilasters. Tips: To make sure everything’s square, plumb, and true throughout each step, use your level.

Install The Doors

Install the door hardware on each pilaster before putting each stall door in place. Then, you can install the doors and add the accessories such as handles, locks, and coat hangers.

Install The Shoes & Support Brackets

Lastly, install the shoes and support brackets by fitting the shoes at the bottom of the pilasters. Make sure to hide the floor mounting hardware. The support brackets will help to maintain the structural rigidity of larger panels.


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