In dachas that are not adapted for permanent residence, toilets are usually installed outside the house, somewhere on the garden. There are several types of such a structure: an ordinary street toilet with a cesspool, a dry closet or powder-fraud (when the toilet is combined, for example, with a barn).
But the most traditional is the street toilet. You can equip it with your own hands in a few days. The most time -consuming moment in the process is to make a cesspool. The wider and deeper it will be, the less often you will have to “communicate” with biofidations.
The street toilet with a cesspool should be installed away from wells, wells, water supply stations. If the size of the site does not allow this, the pit should be seized, in other words, pour the walls of the pit with cement, constructing a special formwork.
The next stage of construction is the foundation of the toilet. A simple version of the waterclass – a wooden structure. Therefore, it will be enough to equip a column foundation (on the principle of installation of fences). Когда цемент застынет, делают обвязку фундамента с помощью деревянных брусьев.
In those places where the floor of the toilet with a seat will be installed, for reliability, they are still covered with metal slingers. If the holes of the cesspool are outside the structure, they should be covered with tesom. When there is a need to pump out the contents of the pit, it will be enough to remove Tesin.
Then a frame of bars in the form of vertical pillars is installed, which is sheathed on three sides with boards. Then the boards are stuffed onto the roof, a regiment-stage is designed inside the toilet and only then the door hangs.
It is advisable to insulate the street toilet immediately. You can do this by shearing it with any thermal insulation material with one (internal or external) or on both sides.