Winter is coming in full swing. Depending on where your restaurant is located in the United States, outdoor dining might still be an option. But we know indoor dining is the main focus for many restaurants across the nation. Figure out if indoor or outdoor dining restaurant partitions are the right choice for you.
Indoor Dining Restaurant Partitions
Our indoor dining restaurant partitions are optimized for many sections of your restaurants. They can fit around chairs, tables, counter and bar tops, and even booths and banquettes. Our partitions are one way to increase your daily capacity, as well as your daily profits.
We know that your restaurant is probably constantly evolving, too. One day you might move tables around to try and increase your table space. The next day you might block off a few tables to allow for social distancing. With our indoor dining restaurant partitions, you don’t have to move around any furniture within your restaurant. Just place our partitions where you see fit to increase your capacity within minutes.
They also 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 for everyone involved.
As we always love to mention, our restaurant partitions are highly durable and can last a lifetime if cared for properly. We construct our products with care and heavy duty materials so they can withstand exterior forces. Some restaurants here in New England are still taking advantage of outdoor seating. Although it’s a mild autumn so far, temperatures still drop to freezing some nights.
Our outdoor dining restaurant partitions can handle those conditions, as well as heavy sanitation. Don’t worry about scratching them, cracking them, or fading them. Our partitions are built to last in any type of conditions.