Most printers and other accessories for home computers today are called “plug and play.” As PCGuide.com describes it, “the goal is to be able to just plug in a new device and immediately be able to use it, without complicated setup maneuvers.”
When plug and play works as intended, it’s truly a boon to computer users, especially those who don’t have the inclination or time to search out and adjust numerous obscure hardware and software settings to make the device work.
With a well-designed computer system and printer, you plug the printer in, the computer finds it and connects to it, and you can print immediately. About all you have to do is load the printer with paper first.
The same is true of pre-fabricated modular bathroom pods. After connecting the pod to the building’s water supply, wastewater, electrical and HVAC systems, the bathroom is ready to use. With well-appointed modular bathrooms like Oldcastle SurePods, the contractor and building owner do not need to do anything else, as the bathrooms arrive on the job site with all fixtures installed and all finishes completed. The mirrors and accessories are already hung on the wall, and bulbs are installed in the light fixtures. All that’s left to do is set out the soap and the toilet paper.
To learn more about how “plug and play” pre-fab modular bathrooms can save you weeks of construction time in hotels, senior living and other multi-housing facilities, contact Bill Seery, Oldcastle SurePods vice president of business development at Bill.Seery@oldcastle.com.