Rent Portable Toilets & Restroom Trailers
Do I need a Porta Potty?
If you work in construction, demolition or roadwork construction, you are probably familiar with portable toilets. But portable restrooms have uses far beyond construction sites.
Are you planning a festival, large party, road race, political rally, parade or wedding reception? Perhaps you got stuck planning logistics for the company wide picnic. From air shows to spring break beach parties, portable toilets are often essential for hosting a safe and sanitary event.
While each of these events may be vastly different, they each have large numbers in attendance and those people will need somewhere to go when nature calls.
Indoor plumbing does not work very well when the water has been turned off. If you are planning a major home renovation that involves plumbing work, you may also need to rent a portable toilet.
Your local, prescreened provider is standing by to help with your order. Get a quote now.
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What is the Difference between Porta Potties and Portalets?
Portajohn, port-o-john, port-o-potty, portalet, port-o-let. It doesn’t matter how you say it or spell it, the product is essential the same. Whether you spell it porta-potty or porta potty, it’s still a portable toilet. Like soda or pop, some of these names are regional. Others are derivatives of brand names, similar to how many people refer to all hook and loop products as Velcro®.
Regardless of what you call it, we have prescreen providers that can help you by providing quality portable lavatories. When looking for a portable outhouse, you can worry less about the name and focus instead on what you need the unit for.
Tell your prescreened provider how you will use your unit and they will provide you with the right product.
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Are there Different Types of Portable Restrooms?
There are as many different types of portable toilet units as there are uses for them. Porta Potties come in a variety of shapes and sizes, which means a quality provider can help you find the right portable lavatory for your needs.
Standard portable toilets are the most commonly used units. There are also larger ADA compliant restrooms or more spacious family units. Flushable units are also available.
For more upscale events, there are luxury restroom units or portable restroom trailers. Portable restroom trailers are also a useful option if you are planning on a longer rental period as they can offer more comfortable amenities, such as sinks with running water.
Construction sites, roadwork sites and demolition sites often require portable toilets. Even when restrooms are available, they may be insufficient for accommodating the work crew. Portable toilets are necessary to accommodate workers and increase efficiency (it’s hard to get much done when you are running around looking for a toilet).
If your construction site involves work on a high rise, be sure to speak with your provider about high rise portable restroom units that are specially designed for this purpose.
Not sure which types of portable restrooms you need? Our prescreened toilet pros can help.
Your rental fee includes regular service of your portable toilet units. Unless otherwise indicated, most service providers will send someone out once a week to empty your portable toilet. If you would like to have your portable restroom serviced more frequently, be sure to discuss your needs with your local provider before finalizing your order.
If you live in an area that has extreme winters, you know that everything freezes. And we mean everything. That is why portapotty companies provide climatization treatments to portable toilet units in cold weather. This portable toilet winterization process allows the unit to be emptied and serviced as usual, regardless of frigid temperatures.
There may be an added fee for this service. If you live in an area that experiences freezing temperatures, please speak with your provider about winter climatization services and fees.