Frequently Asked Question

Melbourne Portable Toilets
some FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far in advance should I rent a portable toilet?
    We recommend that you schedule your rental at least three months before your event. Believe it or not, there are busy seasons for portable toilets and they can be booked out for spring and summer events. October is also a busy month due to pumpkin patches and fall events that may be scheduled. So, make sure to plan ahead to ensure that we will have your portable toilets available when the time comes.
  • Does your fence comply with all councils?
    Our fencing complies with all councils, there are a couple of councils that require extra attention to the fencing when installed. For more information please feel free to phone our office or 0422 609 781.
  • Will the cameras work at night?
    Most construction sites will lack either a fixed or ambient lighting facility for night times. To overcome this challenge, all Melbourne Portable Toilets's cameras contain infrared (IR) capability. IR allows for video recording and intruder detection in low light and zero light. Melbourne Portable Toilets's cameras feature “Smart IR” that automatically adjusts the illumination intensity of the infrared LEDs based on the proximity of objects (such as people) approaching the camera.
  • What are the maintenance requirements for a pool fence?
    Proper care and maintenance will ensure the longevity (and effectiveness!) of your pool safety investment. Thankfully, caring for your pool fence is a pretty easy chore! You’ll need mild dish soap, a warm bucket of water, and a bristle type brush to make sure you clean the mesh fabric well. Make sure to avoid any sort of harsh chemicals; basic soap will do the trick.
  • Why should I rent a portable toilet?
    Portable toilets are ideal for a number of applications where you need convenience and portability. Because they are easy to move around, they are popular for temporary or remote use where a small and accessible restroom comes in handy.
  • Does my pool require temporary fencing?
    By law anything over 300mm of water in a shell or pond is not legal unless it is fenced off to council specification (Ref Section 245a). Once a pool is installed it will require at least a metre of water in it before the 2nd stage backfill can be completed. It is the responsibility to provide adequate fencing prior to water going in pool.

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