Whether you are managing a construction site, large outdoor event, or any other situation that might require the use of portable toilets, taking an active step in managing the rental and deployment of these toilets can ensure that this experience is productive for you. Despite the fact that you may not have previously ever rented portable toilets, it is possible to avoid a large range of the issues that are most often encountered.
Have A Daily Checklist For The Portable Toilets
Every day, the toilets that you have rented should be thoroughly inspected to ensure that they do not have any major maintenance needs. In particular, you should check to make sure that they are well stocked and that their storage tanks are not approaching capacity. Failing to do this could cause the toilets to overflow or for your guests to have to use these units without all of the supplies that they need.
Mark The Location Of The Toilets For The Delivery Service
Whether you are renting one portable toilet or multiple, it is important to mark on the ground where you are wanting the toilet placed. Individuals that are hosting these events will often assume that they will be present for when the toilets arrive and are being set up. However, there will always be the case that an emergency or other issues will arise and prevent you from being there when the toilet arrives. By taking a few moments to mark on the ground where you are wanting the toilets located, you can help the contractors to know precisely where to put the toilet.
Keep The Toilets In The Shade
Positioning the toilets in the shade can help with keeping them more comfortable for those that are needing to use them, and it can also help with minimizing the smells that may come from these toilets. If there is no natural shade available, installing a temporary awning to shield most of the direct sunlight can provide remarkable results.
Purchase Insurance For The Portable Toilets
It is impossible for you to control the ways that your guests use the toilets. As a result, there will always be a small risk that these toilets can suffer damage from being misused or due to accidental damages. In order to spare yourself from being liable for these expenses, an insurance policy should be purchased to cover the portable toilets for the duration of your rental period. This will pay for the damages that may occur, and you will only be responsible for the deductible for the policy that you choose.
For more information, contact a portable toilet rental company in your area.
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