Options For Renting Portable Toilets

Posted on: 8 December 2015


Portable toilets can be used for a variety of reasons. Most commonly, you'll find them on construction sites where workers are busy working and do not have any access to interior bathrooms. These light weight toilets can easily be relocated as needed and can be rented on a daily or monthly basis and sometimes for even longer. They provide an affordable way to get restroom access to people while they are outside. Portable toilets are also used in large outdoor festivals to give patrons a place to use the restroom when there are no inside options available.

Smaller Size & Quantities

The single, standalone portable toilets are usually rented by home builders so their employees have somewhere to use the bathroom. This prevents the home's bathroom from being used as well as gives the workers an outside restroom if the home doesn't currently have one in working order. They can also be found lined up in a row at larger construction sites so that there are more than one to choose from for larger numbers of workers.

The smaller standalone units are typically about three feet wide by seven feet tall and of course come with a lockable door. They are usually free standing structures and are not attached to any other portable toilets. Depending on where these portable toilets are rented, some companies also provide a small dispenser with antibacterial hand sanitizing cleaner. They may also provide the toilet paper as part of the rental cost.

Larger Sizes & Quantities

When it comes to bigger events with more people, a different option may be needed for portable toilets. These larger units can be rented as a trailer-sized station containing many toilets attached to one another. The trailer can be located wherever you like, and then when the event is over, the rental company will come and remove the entire trailer. Most attached units can contain about six to eight stalls each. They may be designated for men or women only, or designated as unisex depending on your rental preference.

These larger models can also come with running water in the toilet as well as an included sink. In order for this to work, there usually needs to be a power supply somewhere nearby. Other units may be able to work without power thanks to an attached water tank. This tank can typically hold up to 500 gallons of water at a time. Whether you need a single, standalone portable toilet or a trailer with many units, there are plenty of rental options available to suit all needs. 

To learn more, contact a company like Toilets On the Go LLC