Posted on: 3 December 2017Share
Are you a homeowner who is planning a renovation project for next summer? Do you think that you have everything all planned out? As much as you currently have planned, there is a good chance that you have forgotten or overlooked at least one important aspect: hygiene. When working on remodeling your home, it's important to ensure that the various workers all have restroom facilities available in the form of a portable toilet. There are a number of reasons why you should make plans to have one delivered, some of the most important reasons are:
Less cleanup: If you allow the workers to use the bathrooms you already have in your home, they'll be tracking things like paint and drywall dust into a bathroom that you and your family may still be using on a regular basis. As you probably don't want to have this spread further into the portions of your home that aren't being renovated, you'll have to clean the bathroom at least daily to keep the dirt and debris from contaminating the portion of your home that isn't being renovated. During this type of construction, portable toilets can greatly reduce the amount of daily cleanup required by keeping the sections of your home separate.
More work hours: You may decide to simply tell the workers that they will need to head to a nearby gas station or some other public restroom facility if they have to go while they're on the job. But even if the nearest restroom facility is only a few blocks away from your house, this could result in trips of at least 15 minutes for each time that someone has to go. Over the course of a week, this adds up to hours of time that isn't going to be spent on construction work, delaying your renovation project. With construction portable toilets on-site, a worker need only spend a few minutes, or perhaps even just a few seconds, taking care of needs before being able to get back to work.
Avoid messy "surprises": During the process of demolition and construction, portable toilets are essential for those workers who feel that they aren't able to leave the job site at the present moment. There may be a number of reasons why they may feel like they can't head to the gas station down the road, especially if they have to relieve themselves during a time-critical phase such as pouring concrete. Or perhaps they find themselves unable to wait the time it takes them to travel to that restroom. Without portable toilets on-site, these workers may find a secluded corner of the yard to urinate or defecate in, possibly planning to clean it up later. However, having human waste of any kind on your property is not something that you will want to deal with at all.
Contact a company like Gotta Go Portable Services for more information and assistance.