event toilet hire

Your guide to hiring event toilets

Toilet Hire

With more and more events and occasions being organised in remote and in some cases slightly strange locations, the demand for portable toilet hire has never been higher.

Portable toilets offer the perfect solution when catering for outdoor events.  That’s if they are correctly managed and provided by professionals (think of the consequences of a poorly handled portable toilet situation, resulting in a very unsanitary environment).

However, let’s not think about this, and instead, our guide below outlines how event toilet hire should be managed includes some tips along the way.

Event Toilets – The Basics

Washrooms at any event are judged on just how clean the facilities are, what the facilities are like and how much comfort they provide to guests.

However, can you be sure that your portable toilets are clean and sanitary at all times as well as remain this way throughout the duration of your event?

Don’t panic!  We have some top tips to help keep your loos in pristine condition.

  1. Look for your cleaning touch points – those areas within a washroom that are touched most frequently by the hands of your guests.  Areas usually on this list include door handles, door locking mechanisms, hand sanitiser holders, etc.  Wiping these with disinfectant regularly will help to keep germs and bacteria at bay and from spreading.
  2. Keep your toilets stocked – no one likes to run out of anything in the middle of a toilet break!  Make sure your guests don’t suffer the embarrassment by ensuring you have more than enough of the essentials (toilet paper, paper towels, hand sanitiser, etc.).
  3. Keep event toilets well ventilated – this is not because they are dark, dingy containers with no light or windows inside, but rather because if you are using event toilets for an extended period, airing the toilets a couple of times a day, helps to keep them smelling fresher for your guests.

At this point, you might be wondering how you’re going to manage all of this on your own, as well as wondering if you even have to be the person responsible for doing it all?!

The answer is that you don’t have to be alone.  Speaking to a reliable and trustworthy events toilet management company means you won’t have to worry about such things.  Taking care of the cleanliness and hygiene of your event toilet hire, you can have peace of mind that you’re in good hands.

Some companies can also offer the added extra of a toilet attendant for the duration of your event, providing you with greater peace of mind and a more formal well thought of experience for your guests.

Installing portable toilets

Portable toilets are available in all shapes and sizes depending on your requirements.  They also need to be delivered to site, set up by the professional team, stocked and tested to make sure everything is in perfect working order.

All in all, this can take several days to complete.

It’s important to make sure that when you’re looking to hire event toilets that you look for a reliable company.  A company and team that can work with your timetables and requirements. Solving problems quickly and efficiently and being able to tackle any problem head-on (such as still being able to install a portable toilet on uneven surfaces, or areas which could be difficult to access, for example).

This is where Addplant can help.  We like to consider ourselves as event toilet hire champions.  On hand to meet all of your needs, delivering the facilities to your location and setting them up ready for use in just ten minutes!

We also offer a wide range of event toilets, so we guarantee to have something for every occasion, and we can also provide toilet attendants if this is a service you require.

So, if you’re looking for portable toilet hire in Leeds, then look no further than Addplant.

Call our friendly team today to see how we can help you.

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