Easy to transport
The best night’s sleep
Sleep Space Hire supplies high quality portable sleeper units for the construction, utilities, events, energy companies and many other sectors. Our exclusive-design sleep cabins provide a contemporary, comfortable and convenient way to house staff on site, while saving large sums on
hotels or apartment rental.
Staff will be happy to avoid the cost and hassle of commuting each day, and can use the extra time saved to relax and recharge their batteries in their own home-from-home sleeper pod.
What’s in a Sleep Space unit?
Within a compact portable cabin that can be easily transported and set up on any temporary site, you’ll find two comfortable bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen and a slick modern shower room. Whether for construction/utility workers, an event or an emergency situation, these stylish and comfortable units offer a great space to sleep and relax after a hard day on site with plenty of storage, Smart TVs and even an integrated WiFi router. With easy external connections, the units can be quickly hooked up to electricity, water and waste services and then sit back and enjoy the high specification of the cabin’s interior.
Setting up couldn’t be simpler
Easy transport & setup
With convenient low-level points to attach lifting straps or chains, Sleep Space cabins are safe and easy to transport and can be quickly set-up in almost every environment. Our convenient forklift pockets mean units can be easily relocated and manouevred on site.
Energy saving features
Sleep Space cabins are fully insulated to keep warm and cosy in winter and cool in summer, saving on heating or air con costs. LED lighting is installed throughout and there is an PIR-sensor controlled LED lighting on the cabin exterior which comes on automatically to light the doorway.
Each bedroom has its own Smart TV fed with all standard UK television channels via the on-board TV aerial. On top of that, there’s a WiFi internet router fitted meaning your Smart TV can pick up all your favourite internet-based entertainment providers or use the WiFi browse emails or work online.
Site accommodation made simple
As well as supplying our exclusive design luxury sleep cabins, we can also provide all the ancillary products and services required to get you set up and running on site – water and waste tanks, power supply, staircases, walkways, transport and more. We can tailor our service to meet your needs exactly – from a simple drop-off to a full site set-up, whatever you require. .
From placing your order to the first night’s sleep on site, we make sure the process of supplying, delivering and setting up your sleep accommodation is smooth, simple and seamless – a dream come true!
We try to make our hire process as simple and smooth as possible. However we understand, you may have questions to be answered. Here are some of the most common ones below
With over 12 years experience building welfare cabins and toilets for the construction industry, our manufacturer and associated company Boss Cabins is an expert in the design and build of secure anti-vandal site accommodation. Our sleeper units have been designed to the highest specification and built with the best quality materials with lots of extra touches that add a touch of luxurious comfort and make them a real home-away-from-home on site.
Our sleep cabins are designed to house two people and are equipped with two private separate single bedrooms, a communal kitchen and food preparation area and a large sealed shower room.
No mains services, no problem! We can also supply all the ancillary services you need to make your sleep cabins function perfectly wherever it is located. Water bowsers, effluent tanks and generator sets. Several cabins can be connected to each item.
There are connections on the sleep cabin exterior for incoming electricity, incoming water and outgoing toilet waste and sink/bathroom fluid waste.
The sleeper unit needs an incoming water pressure of 2-4 bar.
The sleep cabin can be connected to a mains electricity supply via the single phase 230Volt 63Amp inlet on the rear of the cabin. If mains electricity is not available, we can supply generators or solar-assisted generator sets that the sleep cabins can connect to.
There are two waste pipes from the cabin, a 110mm diameter pipe for toilet waste and a 40mm pipe for water waste from the sinks and shower. These feed either into a mains waste outlet or we can supply effluent tanks to capture all the toilet and water waste. These will need to be emptied on a regular basis depending on how many cabins are connected to the tank and how much waste is produced./p>
You can take our sleeper pods for as long as you like – just one day if you wish. However, all hires are subject to a minimum hire charge period of 4 weeks.
We can supply sleep cabins all over the UK from a number of depots. Ask for a transport quote to see how much delivery will cost to your site.
The sleep pods have forklift pockets so can easily be lifted and moved around with forklift trucks. They also have low level lifting eyes to connect chains or straps for lifting by crane. Chain guards on the top rail keep lifting straps/chains in the correct position for safe lifting and stainless steel chain protection guards along the top rim protect the cabin from damage from chains/straps.
Two sleep units can fit on one lorry providing accommodation for four people.
Our sleeper cabins come provided with two high-quality memory-foam topped full size single mattresses.
Our optional Bedding Packs and Kitchen Packs include all you need to set your sleep unit up ready to go. The Bedding Pack includes duvet, duvet cover, pillow, pillow case, mattress protector, and fitted bottom sheet. The Kitchen Pack includes dinner plates, side plates, bowls, mugs, cutlery, glasses, serving bowl, saucepan, frying pan and a selection of cooking utensils. All cabins are supplied with a chopping board free of charge which should be used instead of cutting on the work surfaces to avoid damage.
Sleep and productivity in the workplace
A recent study of 1,000 adults tracked productivity and sleep quantity and quality. The conclusion was clear: Sleep duration (both short and long), insomnia, sleepiness, and snoring are all associated with decreased work productivity.
Sleep should be considered an important element in workplace health.