3 Vital Questions To Ask Before Renting Portable Toilets

Are you planning an outdoor wedding reception or a large outdoor birthday party? Are you considering utilizing rental toilets in order to ensure that people who need to use a toilet will be able to do so? Although people seldom give much thought to restrooms in the first place, a poor restroom experience can certainly turn an otherwise fun event into an almost complete disaster. Since you want your guests to have fun and not have to think about their toilet experience, you certainly want to make sure that you have the best ones possible available for use. If you've never rented any before, here are some things that you should ask the rental company before you do so:

Who will be delivering the portable toilet? In some instances, the company who will be delivering the toilet or toilets will be a completely different company than the one who you initially talked to. For instance, if you're working with a party planner or an event company, they may have a master list that shows that they rent out cutlery, portable toilets, and everything in between. But some items may actually come from one place and other items from another. Make sure you know exactly who is ultimately renting the portable restrooms to you.

Is setup included? Although a portable toilet doesn't typically require a lengthy setup, for events you may need more than simply dumping multiple toilets in one spot. The driver who is bringing the toilets to your event location should be required to stay at least until you are satisfied with where they are positioned. You obviously don't want to get stuck with two toilets that have doors facing each other in such a way that nobody can enter them and use them.

What if there is a problem? No matter where the problem comes from, whether one of your guests threw up all over a toilet on the first day of a multi-day event or you accidentally received a portable toilet that wasn't properly cleaned out, the company should be able to give you an emergency contact number. Depending on what the problem is exactly, they should have someone come out to correct it for little to no additional fee. Although the company should be checking each toilet before it goes out for delivery, mistakes do happen. Because of this, it's a good idea to personally inspect each one that gets delivered in order to make sure that the toilet paper holder is full and that everything else is ready for your guests.

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