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When to Rent a Temporary Air Conditioner

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Air Conditioner Construction Weddings

The summer months can be hot, humid, and hard to find relief at times, especially if you’re outside. More than likely, at a construction site you’re already working up a sweat, and nobody wants to go to an outdoor event in the summer and feel uncomfortable. A/C rental can make a huge difference for a company or event. With the option to escape the heat and truly cool off, guests won’t wish they had stayed home and your employees will likely feel more comfortable throughout the day, boosting morale. Air conditioning rental for outdoor events can be the key to happy guests, and A/C rental for construction can make working a little more bearable.  

6 Ways to Save Money When Planning a Wedding

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Weddings

Your wedding is one of the most memorable events of your life. Wanting to plan the perfect wedding isn’t wrong, but it can be extremely overwhelming at times. One of the top issues that arise when planning is the budget. There are things you definitely don’t want to compromise on for your big day, but figuring out how to save money when wedding planning can be a lifesaver. With your wedding planning checklist in hand, sometimes going through and thinking of areas that can be a money saver is the best way to start. Maybe you would have never thought of creating your own photo booth backdrop or making the place cards yourself. On top of that, if you’re having an outdoor wedding during the hot months is booking an indoor venue for the reception or having a tent with an air conditioning unit the better option? With these money saving tips for a wedding, you’ll be wishing you had come up with it sooner.  

4 Tips for Planning the Perfect Winter Wedding

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Heating Sanitation Special Events Weddings

If you’re from Minnesota, chances are you are a lover of winter. So planning a winter wedding is a must for those cold-loving couples. Although, not everyone is a huge fan of the cold, and if you have friends and family coming from out of state, you might want to offer them a place to escape from the chill.  

Air Filtration: What it is and When to Use It

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Construction

It’s no secret that construction sites can create a lot of dust and result in poor air quality. Constantly breathing in particles can potentially cause serious health problems for construction workers. Being exposed to contaminated air can decrease productivity in employees, as well. Certain situations may require construction teams to evaluate their air quality situation, such as working inside an enclosed building or at a healthcare facility. If a construction team isn’t always exposed to these elements, being able to rent the air filtration equipment your team needs can be beneficial. Proper construction air filtration is crucial to providing a healthy and safe environment for every member of your crew.  

How to Cure Concrete In Sub-Freezing Temperatures

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Construction Heating

The Midwest is typically subject to some pretty cold temperatures during the winter months, but although the weather may sometimes be unbearable, construction doesn’t necessarily stop. Winter can seem like a tough season for curing concrete, but it can’t always be avoided. Concrete is best set at a mild temperature of 50 to 60 degrees F. In the winter, the temperatures are likely to be significantly lower, making it hard to properly cure. Snow, ice, and cold weather cause delays in construction, and if not exposed to the right elements, the concrete can be weak and brittle once dry. Curing concrete in cold weather can seem like a bit of a challenge, but with the right tools, it can be achieved.  

New OSHA Regulations Your Construction Team Needs to Know

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Construction

Every year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) updates their rules and regulations. With new technologies and rapidly changing workforce demographics, there is a constant need to keep improving these rules and regulations in order to keep work environments safe, especially for construction sites. While it is important to always keep in mind OSHA regulations to prevent workplace injury and avoid fines, we know it can be hard to keep up with the near constant implementation of new rules. We’ve created a list of some of the 2018 OSHA regulations that construction teams should look out for.  

Construction Site Showers: Why Renting Shower Trailers Will Boost Your Construction Team’s Morale

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Construction Sanitation

There is no better feeling in the world than being nice and clean after a hot shower. While having portable restrooms, heaters, and air conditioners are obvious things to have at a construction site, having a portable shower is beneficial, as well. Not only will it show that you care about your employees’ health and cleanliness, but it can improve their work ethic and overall morale. At On Site, we take employee morale seriously. By offering the best of the best when it comes to construction site sanitation we do our part to keep your crew clean and happy.  

8 Things Your Construction Team Should Be Recycling

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Construction

Throughout a construction project, whatever it may be, you’re bound to be tossing away a lot of debris. Debris is generated from all phases of a project and often just gets thrown away and later taken to a landfill. Recycling and reusing materials is many times overlooked, especially during the cold, winter months when you want to finish a project as quickly as possible. With the use of an electric construction heater, you’ll stay warmer on the job site and be more apt to implement a longer timeline, making recycling more attainable.  

How to Ensure Your Next Non-Profit Event Goes Perfectly

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Special Events

Preparing to host an event for your non-profit organization can be extremely overwhelming. There are so many details you don’t want to forget or your guests might leave thinking that they could have had a more enjoyable experience elsewhere. For instance, consider the hot, humid temperatures of summer or chilly evenings in the fall. At first, you might not think that having electric heaters is something your event may need, but you don’t want your guests to be wishing they were by a cozy fire instead of at your outdoor event in November. There are so many things to think about when it comes to making sure your event goes smoothly. We’ve created this guideline to help you account for some of the lessen known factors that you may need for your next event.  

Does My City Have Enough Restrooms?

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Sanitation

Here at On Site, we believe that public restrooms are the silent heroes of every city. Unfortunately, very few people stop to appreciate the convenience and comfort that they provide. In most cases, these invaluable facilities only enter the public spotlight and become a topic of discussion when they fail to meet the needs and preferences of users due to lack of quality or availability. If you’ve ever struggled to find a place to relieve yourself in a public space, odds are good that this question popped into your head: Does my city have enough restrooms? Today, we’ll help you find the answer. First and foremost, let’s establish why having enough public bathrooms in your city is so important.