Restaurants across the nation have taken full advantage of outdoor dining all summer long. Some spots took it as far as the end of autumn to sit parties comfortably outside. Now with winter finally here, outdoor dining has become very, very limited. Our indoor dining partitions can help restaurants reopen their indoor seating safely and efficiently.
Indoor Plexiglass Partitions Can Maximize Indoor Seating
Most dining facilities are still keeping tables at least six feet apart from the other to follow standard safety protocol. Although the pandemic is starting to pick back up again in terms of case numbers, there are still ways to maximize your restaurant’s indoor seating arrangement.
We have many different types of indoor partitions, ranging from table, to booth and banquette, to even counter and bar tops. They can fit virtually any surface in your restaurant. This makes opening up more tables safer for customers and more efficient for your daily profits. Although some states may require you to adhere to the six-foot rule regardless, there are many areas that are starting to seat parties closer together with indoor dining partitions. If your restaurant is not allowed to do so, our partitions can still add a safe reminder to your customers that you are taking extra precautions to keep them protected at all costs.
Built to Last a Lifetime
Our plexiglass partitions are made from durable, commercial-grade plastic and steel. Although they are lightweight, don’t let that fool you. They can last a lifetime in the restaurant industry. We coat our indoor restaurant partitions in an AR MR coating. AR coating is an antireflection coating, while MR coating is a flash mirror coating. Both these coats improve durability against sun damage and prevent scratching as a result of cleaning and sanitizing with harsh cleaning supplies and chemicals, such as bleach that your restaurant might sanitize multiple times a day with.
This is another reason that our restaurant partitions are highly praised; because of their superior strength and environmentally resistant surface. This makes working in a newly partitioned restaurant easy to adapt to, while adhering to strict hygiene guidelines put in place by your state.