Restaurant partitions are becoming the new norm for restaurants since the pandemic. In New England, outdoor dining options are becoming more and more limited. With winter right around the corner, we want you to know the importance of restaurant partitions. Your restaurant could greatly benefit from our protective barriers. Especially since they offer a modern, sleek look.
Modern Safety Measure
Our protective barriers are more than just a safety measure. This is because of their design. They are a modern solution to a modern problem. We understand what restaurants are going through. Strict safety protocol is limiting capacity, decreasing profitability, and making it harder for employees to do their job.
Our protective barriers don’t just offer safety. They offer a new look for your restaurant. We don’t want your customers to dwell on the fact that there are major safety measures in their face. Our protective barriers are lightweight, sleek, and very modern.
Personalize Our Protective Barriers
At Connect Partitions, we give you the power to choose what you want your partitions to look like. We offer many designs that are already premade. But we also offer custom branding and logo designs. We want our protective barriers to feel like they are a part of your restaurant’s atmosphere. You don’t want bulky safety protocol within your restaurant. So we design ours in a particular way to fit the restaurant space.
With the materials we choose to make our partitions out of, we can easily etch on custom designs or brand names. We take pride in how diverse our products are. You should, too!
Easy to Move Around
Since your restaurant is constantly evolving, we make it easy to move around our products. Our products can easily fit between tables, booths, tables, and even countertops. Our restaurant partitions are extremely lightweight, easy to use and easy move around. Easily assemble them together to extend your partitioned areas, too.
Our indoor restaurant partitions have durable caster wheels welded to one side of the partition base for easy moving, as well. These wheels are inset to reduce tripping hazards for your customers and employees and have a low profile of two inches, which meets egress requirements. In addition, their position on the base of the divider is so that the wheels are only engaged when the frame is tilted to approximately 20-30 degrees. We want to make reopening your restaurant quick and simple.