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PORTABLE TOILET TRAILER RENTAL FAQ
Do I need water & power for these mobile restroom trailers?
All toilet trailer rentals require power. If shore power is not available, a generator can be utilized to ensure your guests have lights, A/C, etc., The majority of these smaller models are referenced as being self-contained portable restroom trailers if they feature a on-board fresh water tank. The fresh water tank is nearly always smaller than the black waste tank. Every restroom trailer rental has a black tank and these tanks are larger than the fresh tank to make sure there are no overflow incidents. Rental toilet trailers that have both fresh and waste tanks allows for use in remote locations. So, yes you need power and water for your mobile restroom trailer. But keep in mind that it is highly likely your unit features a fresh water tank which allows you to plug in and use immediately without any other effort.
All portable restrooms require a water source. A standard garden hose and hose spigot or a water bladder with water deliver
All portable toilet restrooms require shore power or generator power. Power needs range from One (1) 110v / 20amp for the smaller bathroom trailer rentals to Three (3) 11v / 20amp or 30amp connections / designated circuits. We will tell you what the power requirements are at the time you order to make sure you can meet the need with your specific need.
I am preparing to start a remodeling project that will require a large restroom trailer. We have access to sewer on this job, can I connect the trailer directly to sewer?
There are TWO answers to that question and it is a very good question. Let me answer by first explaining that waste tanks are gravity fed. That said, if a black waste tank is connected to sewer, all the liquid will run downhill into the sewer. That sounds like the answer is yet, but it's not. You see, the liquid in the restroom trailer waste tank will empty... BUT the waste and heavy saturated tissue will not. The end result, especially in hot weather, will be a trailer with an empty tank gauge that is full of waste. For guests who use that trailer, THEY will know it's not empty as those folks inside the trailer will smell all that waste that is just sitting in the tank as the vapor, or odor if you will, makes its way up through the toilets. That was the 'NO' answer. Is there a way to do this and avoid these consequences? Yes, there is... but it's not a five minute job to do it and if it's not watched... look out because waste overflowing is not fun to have to deal with. Still want to know the 'YES' answer? Here you go: It requires someone to keep an eye on the gauge and when it gets close to full, with the sewer hose 'in' the sewer, someone will need to open the valve near the tank outlet to allow everything to flow down hill AND at the same time, someone needs to take a garden hose and put water down the toilets inside the trailer beginning with the toilet furthest from the drain end of the tank. It's a minimum 30 to 45 minute process for 6 stalls and larger, but it can be done. You just need to make sure that the hose is pushing all the waste and tissue from the front end of the tank to rear end of the tank and your trailer needs to be level. And whoever you put in charge to do this... you will need to depend on them to be responsible and timely.
I need janitorial services. Are these included in the rental?
If your rental is a one day event, we set-up, leave then return at the end of your event and we clean it. IF your need is beyond one day, cleaning is available but there is an additional charge for it. If you have a rental that is being pumped once or twice or so per week, your pumper will empty the waste tank, check toilet tissue, seat cover and hand soap supplies. He/She does not mop the floors, wipe down toilets and sinks or empty waste cans. We do offer these services and it is common that we are contracted to maintain and clear our rental restrooms.
How much room do you require for one of your rental bathroom units?
We always want to ask "How much room do you have?" ... The trust is it is not just the trailer size itself that drivers and operations are concerned with. No, it's several things. Consider a 28' trailer: Please say "I have room for that trailer!" ... Seems reasonable to them. After all, the trailer is only 28' in length and they have an area that is 37' long and 17' wide. Do you know the average One Ton Truck is about 17' in length? Yup... It is... So we have the 28' trailer and the 17' truck... Holy cow, we're 45' long driving down the freeway... We get to your site and yes ma'am.. that's what you have, an area 37' x 17.5'. You're excited, your party is going to be awesome. Guests will start arriving in about five hours. Everything is great... except wait... the driver can't get into position because he needs to make a 90 degree turn to back the baby into position but there's a wall right next to his front right quarter panel... Don't laugh... It happens. If you are unsure of the access at your location, call the office. We want you to have a wonderful event and stress free... Access to location and trailer size issues aren't what you need. Give us call and we'll go over everything you need to consider in advance!
The Retail Project I'm on says no trucks onsite after 8AM. So, I need to know if I can have a trailer serviced before 8 AM on service days?
Absolutely, we offer time sensitive service, same day, weekend, afterhours and emergency services. Just let us know what the specifics so we can work out the details in pricing which protects you as well.
How do I know how many stalls I need?
There are many variables that affect that answer, how many hours will it be used, is it primarily men, women or about half and half. Is it an event where alcohol will be served, etc... Every situation is unique and we're happy to do the calculation for you!
We are customer service driven. Please let us know of any special needs you have so that we meet and exceed your expectations.
We go above and beyond to provide anything and everything you need... Including attendants that will cater to guests for event rental needs.
Industrial & Construction Grade Portable Toilet Trailers Also Available
SEVEN (7) STALL
RESTROOM TRAILER RENTALS
You know what we love about this 7 stall mobile bathroom trailer? It's chic, requires a small footprint and can sever large crowds.
Women have 3 stalls and a sink while Men have one stall, 2 urinals and a sink. Perfect for short or long term rental needs, these little luxury restroom trailers can be dressed or dressed down for any special event or remodel need. And, this porta potty restroom trailer model requires just Two 110v / 20amp connections to power the A/C, Heat & Lighting.
On-board fresh water & black tanks allow this unit to be considered fully self contained if a generator is utilized as its power source.
Major retailers will find this restroom rental perfect in their state of emergency need. Contractors needing to provide restrooms for their commercial remodels utilize this unit frequently. Whatever your need, we are your one stop source & solution.
SIX (6) STALL
PORTABLE RESTROOM TRAILERS
Although we do have a handful of fancy restroom trailers with 6 stall configurations, the majority of the 6 Stall portable restroom trailers feature event interiors usually designed in stainless steel. Some are blue, others white, green or teal.. Regardless of color, these bathroom trailer rentals are immaculate and work very well for street fairs and other events that serve the masses.
Rarely does a 6 stall mobile restroom trailer feature onboard fresh tanks. As a rule, waste tanks range from 700 gallons to 1000 gallons. Power requirements are all over the map on these as well. Requiring 3 total 110v / 20amp to 30amp designated circuits, these flushing toilets restroom trailers require only a standard hose bib and garden hose for a water source.
Exterior lighting, A/C, Heat and running water make these ideal for many needs.
Emergency Delivery Is Available.
Portable Restroom Trailers
with Seven (7) Stalls
Portable Restroom Trailers
with Six (6) Stalls
FIVE (5) STALL
PORTABLE RESTROOM TRAILERS
Five stall restroom trailers are not near as common as 2, 3, 7, 19 & 10 stall portable restroom rentals. The few 5 stall mobile restrooms we have available are very nice units and offer private rooms to guests. Exterior sink units minimize lines and clean light interiors make a pleasant environment. These restroom trailers are a perfect fit for festivals and concerts with VIP areas. Contractors find these popular at office remodels or retail outlet remodels.
These 5 Stall restroom trailers feature onboard fresh tanks and waste tanks and require only a single or Two (depending on the trailer), 110v outlet. Flushing Porcelane toilets, nice interiors, exterior lighting, running water and exterior sinks are a perfect design solution for many situation.
Emergency restroom trailer delivery is available for those with same day toilet trailer needs.
Generator rentals available if power is not readily available.
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with Five (5) Stalls
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