What Portable Toilet Blocks Are, And Possible Scenarios Where You Would Use Them
Everyone knows what a portable toilet, or "porta-potty," is, but do you know what a portable toilet block is? Probably not, considering the fact that this is an all new type of rentable, portable toilet sort of product. Some people might even refer to them as "luxury" toilet rentals, because there is so much more to them than just the toilet and sink (although that type of floor plan is available).
Instead, there are dozens of different floor plan designs for these toilet "blocks," and each one is more curious and interesting than the last. However, you might be wondering why anyone would essentially rent a portable office space with accompanying toilet, or a small, one-room cabin with working toilet. The following scenarios bring to light why these unusual, but almost ingenious, portable toilet blocks for sale or rent might be used by you.
Construction on Your Bathroom at Home, or the Plumbing at Work
Imagine having to gut your bathroom at home, or completely overhaul all of the bathroom facilities in your commercial building/office building. Where are people going to go do their business and wash up? Sure, you could get a bunch of those plastic porta-potty stalls, but that leaves you or your employees without a sink and soap. Rent one of these toilet blocks that has a small office space with working sink to act as a substitute breakroom, conference room, etc., and it has a full bathroom for each sex (or unisex) built within the floor plan. Now everyone in your house or office has someplace to "go," while the plumbing remodeling is in progress.
Nothing says family reunion quite like forty people all needing to use the bathroom at the same time. Buy or rent a toilet block, park it in the park if that is where everyone is meeting, or drop it somewhere on your lawn (if you have room). You can get a toilet block with extra toilets and a sitting room for all of your guests to take a break and get out of the weather when it is too hot, too cold, too windy, or just too wet.
Pop-up Open Interview Station
How many times does this happen at work? The company establishes a public call for open interviews, and there is just not enough room, time, or bathrooms close by to get through all of the interviews. Suggest to the company and the powers that be that they should buy a toilet block with a large open meeting room with tables and chairs for all of the open interviews to be conducted and toileting facilities that are not even ten feet away at all times. It is a pop-up interview station for the duration of the interviewing and hiring process!
Contact a company like Cabin Depot to learn more.