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3 Tips to Ensure Your Construction Site Stays Fresh this Summer
Working on a construction site can be especially tough in the hot summer months. With temperatures pushing towards 100 degrees not only is it hard to stay cool, it is also hard for construction managers to keep job sites fresh and odor free. While each site might be different, there are a few tips and tricks you must know to help keep your construction site fresh this summer!
Here are three easy ways to keep your site fresh during the days of summer:
Additional Weekly Servicing – At ASAP Sanitary we take pride in our once a week restocking, waste removal and unit sanitization that comes with each standard unit. However, in the summer heat, it is necessary for additional servicing to reduce odor and keep the job site clean. If our uniformed technicians come out at least once more per week, job sites are essentially odor free during the hottest months of the year.
High-End Holding Tank Deodorizers – There is the standard, blue solution deodorizer that is seen in most porta potties, which get’s the job done in the cooler months of the year. In the summer though, we go with the higher end deodorizer chemical. We have found that this deodorizer has performed the best in the extreme heat and is the most powerful in our industry.
Air Freshener – Our last suggestion is a simple but effective solution. By placing air fresheners in your porta potty units you will be able to not only minimize odors but also keep them smelling great! Air fresheners will keep the port-a-potties bearable in between servicing during the hot summer months. If you use us, that is a standard part of our service, every week!
Learn more about how to keep your porta potties clean, including other tips and tricks for weathering these hot summer days.
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