Choosing Better Plumbing Fixtures

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I have never been the kind of person that loves to decorate their home, but when we started planning our first new home build, I got kind of into the process. I decided to choose high-end fixtures that would really set our home apart, and the difference was astounding. It was amazing to see how much nicer the plumbing fixtures operated, and how enjoyable it was to use them. This blog is all about choosing better plumbing fixtures and understanding how to install them on your own. You never know, you might uncover a new skill that will really benefit you in the future.

Four Ways To Keep Portable Toilets Clean At Construction Sites

For any construction site, it is important to have a portable toilet rental unit onsite. However, given the constant exposure to the elements and the fast-paced, multi-contractor environment, it is equally important to take the time to keep these rental units clean. Learn some of the steps you can rely on to assist with this goal. 

Request Delivery of Ample Units

Analyze the number of people you will have on-site regularly, as well as the size of their teams. You never want to have too few units if you plan to keep the toilet rentals clean. With too few units, the units on site will be used more often, which will make it harder to keep them clean. Multiple units minimize the amount of use on a single toilet. This means that less use will equate to fewer messes. A portable toilet rental company can help you determine the right number of units. 

Place the Unit Appropriately

When placing a portable toilet at a construction site, safety should be your main concern. The toilet should be in a space that is clear of the path of any heavy machinery and where it is easily visible. However, this does not mean you should place the unit in the middle of an open field. Further, placing the unit in the hot sun will make the smell of the unit intolerable. Find a safe area that has less sun coverage. 

Schedule Routine Services

Ensure you schedule routine maintenance services for your unit as soon as you enter into the rental agreement. Depending on the company, they can either send out someone to replace the unit periodically or they will come and empty the unit. Without either service, you will have a collection of waste products that can quickly get out of control. It is best to arrange this service from the rental service at the beginning so that you do not have to worry about it later. 

Invest in Sanitation and Hygiene Products

Construction workers are constantly on the go, so they are not likely to have an extra roll of toilet paper or hand sanitizer nearby. When you run out of these products, it is only a matter of time before the rental gets out of hand in terms of cleanliness. Keep a reserve of these products nearby so that they can be restocked as necessary. 

Should you have any questions about renting a unit or if you need additional help with keeping the toilet area clean, do not hesitate to reach out to a rental company. They can provide additional information regarding portable toilet rentals.