In 2007, South Africans were exposed to the first rounds of load-shedding. Back then Eskom said that the energy crisis would be resolved by 2012, but our only regret is they haven’t asked to hire loos from us for their construction sites, since then.
It’s the decision that has ruined marriages, divided families and janitors around the globe: Whether or not you should have a wooden or plastic toilet seat. In our business, we’ve discussed it and gone with the majority of our for-hire portaloos being equipped with plastic seats. But if you want a wooden seat for your event, let’s say we won’t poo-poo your request. After all, we provide the fanciest rent-a-loos in the Gauteng area. Also, the most practical. So, if you’re not sure which side of this age-old debate you fall, let’s help you decide – RIGHT NOW!
“I’ve broken the seal!” The universal signal for friends to know you’re probably going to be heading to the bathroom every 15-30 minutes for the rest of the day or night if you’re out drinking. While it stands to reason that when you’re drinking more, you need to pee more often, but there are quite a few different factors at play that impact when, why and how often you need to go.
What’s better, the urinal or the toilet stall? Is it really better for men to stand or to sit when urinating? It’s an age-old question which incites (surprisingly) very emotional reactions.
So you know you need to hire portable toilets, but you’re not sure where to start and how to choose the right one? Here at Fancy Flush we have a wide offering of portable toilets that suit a range of budgets, quantity of guests, and different types of events. To help you choose the best suited portable toilet for your next event, we’ve broken it down for you to make it a little easier:
Ever heard a funny or downright creepy story about a toilet? We sure have. From flushing goldfish down out to sea, to creatures swimming upstream and biting your bum, there are a lot of myths and urban legends out there – let’s try set the story straight:
Flushing is one of the simplest measures for keeping public toilets clean and safe for all those using them. By not flushing, you run the risk of spreading disease and creating a very smelly (not to mention awkward) situation.
Often amidst the stress surrounding event planning, renovations and work sites, sometimes basic requirements for those living with disabilities can be overlooked. Here are some quick tips on how to prepare your space to suit all types of people, with careful placement of paraplegic toilets:
When it comes to event planning, an often overlooked but very important aspect is safety and security – especially for the toilet area. No one wants to feel any more vulnerable than they already do when they have their pants around their ankles. Here are the things event organisers need to consider when it comes to securing the toilet area at an event:
While we’re not sure what Google search or school assignment brought you here, if, like us, you’ve wondered how toilets first came about and how they have evolved, you’re in the right place. Welcome. Let’s dive right in.