Construction worker hours are 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. They start early to maximize daylight hours and minimize exposure to the day’s heat.
Bladders get fullest in the early morning. The kidneys filter less urine, and the hormone vasopressin encourages cells to retain water.
This makes construction workers even needier for accessible restrooms than jobs that start later. The exact number for each site varies, but try for one for each 40-hour-per-week worker.
Renting restrooms is the best solution for non-permanent construction sites. Read on to learn the types of construction toilet rental to choose from.
A standard porta potty is the most basic and affordable option. Renting them in trailers is one of the most affordable ways to get a large amount at once. Our models come with dome lighting, grated floors, and a locking mechanism.
You can choose outdoor toilets that come with a holding tank. This lets you move them around the construction site and keeps them from tipping over. It also makes them easier to empty.
Hanging and Rolling Models
Providing convenient restroom access on a large, multi-level construction site is a bit difficult with standard restroom models. Larger jobs may require unique solutions.
Using our hanging construction toilet means workers won’t have to climb down when they need to use the bathroom. It’s built with reinforced steel to keep it secure.
Our roll-away elevator toilet rentals are great for high-rise projects. Roll them off the elevator and lock them in place. They let workers stay mobile while ensuring they always have easy access to a restroom.
25% of employed people with disabilities are working in a skilled trade. 5.9% of them work in construction.
Under the ADA, you’re required to make reasonable accommodations for them if they work at or visit your construction site. Make sure to include compliant models as part of your construction toilet rental.
These handicap-accessible toilets are larger and wider. This is so they can let wheelchairs and other mobility devices through.
Hand-washing stations are necessary for all workers under the law, but you can add one even if your water isn’t set up yet.
You can also attach a hand-washing system to the porta-potty itself. Add features such as:
- Soap dispensers
- Paper towels
- Changing stations
If you have a bit of extra money in your budget, you can upgrade your construction porta potty with perhaps the most wanted feature. Make it a flushable model for comfort and convenience.
Where to Get Construction Toilet Rental
Portable toilets are staples of construction sites, and standard porta potties or ones with a holding tank are the most common. Hanging toilets can climb up multi-story construction sites. Rolling ones are easy to use in highrises.
Handicap-accessible options help you stay in line with ADA and OSHA requirements. You can also rent toilets with added features such as built-in sinks or rent portable sinks separately.
We offer a range of portable toilet rental options that all come with a complaint-free guarantee. Get a quote for construction toilet rental today.