Changing room cubicles in a variety of designs and colours
Our range of changing room cubicles offer alternatives for both wet and dry environments and are frequently specified for use in swimming pools, health spas, gym changing rooms as well as in schools, gyms, offices and general commercial settings.
Our changing room cubicles are manufactured from materials designed to complement other products sold on this website such as toilet cubicles, vanity units, lockers, and changing room benches. Our wet area fitting room cubicles are made from water-resistant Solid Grade Laminate (SGL) and our dry area changing cubicles are made from durable Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) and High-Pressure Laminate (HPL). You’ll also have the option of selecting the colour of your cubicles so they can complement your changing room facilities.
Our changing room cubicles are designed and supplied with size flexibility and easy installation in mind. We offer a complete changing room refurbishment service, from designing your new facilities through to the supply of changing room equipment and fitting changing cubicles, we’re here to help.
For a full quotation or advice on your changing room project please contact our helpful sales team. Alternatively, you can browse the Commercial Washrooms website where you will find full, transparent pricing for all our changing cubicles and other products.
Changing room cubicle FAQs
How much do cubicles cost?
The cost of cubicles will depend on a number of factors, such as the material they’re made of, their size and whether they have any other features such as benches. Our changing cubicles are available from just £592.00. If you’d like to get a quote for the design, supply and fit of changing cubicles in your facilities, please get in touch.
What are cubicle walls made of?
You can order cubicles in a range of materials to suit your washroom environment. Here at Commercial Washrooms, we sell changing cubicles that are suitable for wet or dry environments.
Our wet area changing room cubicle doors and panels are made from Solid Grade Laminate (SGL) and are water-resistant. If you’re looking for changing cubicles for dry areas, we sell a range of cubicles made from Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) and High Pressure Laminate (HPL) which have a moisture-resistant core and are highly durable.
Types of changing room cubicles
The two main types of changing cubicles are cubicles for wet areas and dry areas. Below is an outline of their key features:
Wet area changing cubicles - these are commonly made from SGL which has water-resistant qualities to resist humid environments. Wet area changing cubicles are ideal for use in leisure centres and buildings with swimming pools.
Dry area changing cubicles - these are typically made from HPL and MFC which are suitable for areas with low humidity. Dry area changing cubicles are ideal for use in dry environments such as gyms, schools and offices.
How to choose the right fitting room cubicle
Choosing the right fitting cubicle can be difficult, which is why we’re here to help! To assist you in deciding the best fitting room cubicle for your washroom, consider the following:
What is your budget? Your budget will undoubtedly play a part in your decision so you should aim to choose a changing cubicle model that offers the best value.
Do you need fitting room cubicles for wet or dry areas? The last thing you want is to choose changing cubicles which cannot withstand the conditions of their environment. If your washroom has high humidity levels, you should opt for wet area changing cubicles which are designed to resist water corrosion.
What is the style of your washroom? You should consider the style of your facilities and choose changing cubicles which suit the area. Here at Commercial Washrooms, our changing room cubicles are available in a range of colours.
Do you need any extra features? You can order a fitting room cubicle which has extra features to benefit users, such as benches which are mounted to the rear of the cubicle.
What size changing room do I need?
There are rules and regulations in place that state the minimum and recommended sizes for changing rooms, depending on whether you're installing single, two person, family, or disabled changing rooms. Our guide to changing rooms sizes goes into more detail.