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Construction Hire News, Articles and Features
News, articles and features relating to construction hire with toilet, accommodation and welfare units.
Rain can be a nuisance at the best of times, especially when it downpours! One of the leading problems when it rains is cesspit flooding, but with a cesspit empty service from Site Waste, you can avoid overflowing!
Join Site Equip at Kent Construction Expo 2019 where we will be exhibiting on Thursday 3rd October at Stand 317, held at the Kent Event Centre in Detling, Kent. There is a special promotion for anyone who visits our stand.. so don’t miss out!
Join Site Equip At The South East Construction Expo 2019 in Haywards Heath, on stand 214 & 230 where we will be showcasing our welfare unit & offering a special promotion, so don’t miss out!
Site Equip answer the popular question when it comes to site protection; what can I do to protect my site? Our solution is straightforward; secure site fencing!
It is the most common mistake when it comes to construction hire; not providing enough outdoor portable toilet facilities for your construction site.
Working on a construction site doesn’t always mean physical labour and operating machinery, for a site manager there is a lot of paperwork to be completed such as invoicing, wages and more. With our wheeled site office hire, you can keep all your documents and paperwork organised and secure in one separate unit.
There are two questions most people ask when it comes to construction toilet hire; what is best for my site and what are the site toilet hire prices?
In an ideal world, we shouldn’t have to worry about the safety of our tools and equipment after clocking off for the day, but the reality is you can never be too cautious. Site Equip have several types of construction site protection available to protect your site against theft and vandalism.
Construction sites are usually only temporary, ranging from a couple of weeks to sometimes over a year depending on the size of the project. Having construction site accommodation is a necessity for sites that do not have access to welfare facilities such as a kitchen or toilets.