While other parts of the country may be struggling to kickstart their economy again, the housing market and related construction in Texas is having no such problem. In fact, the Lone Star State is realizing a housing construction boom in multiple regions, which started in the Fall of 2020 and continues to carry through the winter.
The global pandemic of the novel coronavirus that’s responsible for COVID-19 infections is causing all kinds of changes in our daily routines, to be sure. People have to maintain social distancing as much as possible. At the same time, it’s more important than ever to provide a place where individuals can wash their hands.
In many cases, they need access to more portable bathroom facilities to accommodate business needs as well as requirements to shelter in place, during quarantine.
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While summers can be sweltering and uncomfortable for formal outdoor events, winters in Texas are the perfect time to grab your favorite boots, a scarf, a few important people and celebrate. From birthdays to engagements to an intimate Mardi Gras, there are many festivities that can be held outdoors. The key to a successful outdoor event is providing comfort.
The world is ready to get on with life by embracing standards and practices known as ‘the new normal.’ In light of those eager to get out and about, multiple day festivals and weekend community events must go on—but with a few new additions to their checklists. Your attendees will be expecting at minimum the following measures in place.
The holidays are just around the corner. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, many families or companies may be thinking about canceling their holiday gatherings, parties or events. But, with the help of luxurious restroom trailers, your event may still be able to go off without a hitch. If you want to host a party, but aren't sure how you can pull it off with social distancing guidelines and indoor crowd restrictions, learn how restroom trailer rentals may help you pull it off.
If you’re considering an outdoor event (many of which call for social distancing and various restrictions on crowding due to COVID-19) then you also need to consider various logistics that need to be in place to handle the expected crowd. Otherwise, your event is going to be a bust very quickly, especially if you make the mistake of relying on existing area public facilities to handle everything. So, here’s a checklist to keep in mind based on the size of your event:
As the pandemic is still ongoing as we enter into the late summer months, many activities have been put on hold such as going out to restaurants or the spa. However, there has been a notable uptick of construction projects happening across the country. With many people working from home offices and kids taking online classes, they are also considering getting their homes renovated to make the entire family comfortable. There was a 40% higher demand for bathroom and kitchen remodels, 52% increase in addition projects, and a 166% rise in demand for fences and security systems, according to CNBC.
Hurricanes are increasing in frequency and strength around the world. Whether they are due to climate change or the complex workings of Mother Nature, there’s no denying that hurricanes, cyclones and tropical storms are forces to be reckoned with. In 2019 and 2020 alone, Texas was struck by two powerful weather events. One was Tropical Storm Imelda, which made landfall near Freeport, Texas. The slow and unpredictable path of this storm caused wide-ranging and disastrous flooding over much of southeastern Texas. Hurricane Hanna made landfall in South Texas in July of 2020. Almost 90,000 residents lost power and water from this monster of a storm that reached 90 MPH winds. Hurricane preparedness is the best course of action going forward.
Businesses of all sizes have to consider the risks of a natural disaster or crisis striking their operations. Whether it is a fire, earthquake, flood or hurricane, a company wants to be able to minimize downtime and bring operations back on track quickly. Emergency management plans are designed to ensure the safety of processes, employees and building facilities to mitigate and manage disasters.
Hygiene has been on everyone's minds as of late, brought on by a fear of potentially deadly germs. Washing your hands is a way to fend off everything from salmonella to the coronavirus to the common cold. Invisible particles on your hands can cause diarrhea, fever, or stomach bleeding. It's particularly important to wash after using the restroom or changing a diaper. Even raw meat can contain undetectable traces of feces on its surface, which can ultimately lead to illness. We'll look at why you should wash your hands and what can happen if you don't.