If you are planning a large outdoor event in the near future, you will need to make sure that there is somewhere for people to be able to use the restroom during the event. There are large restroom trailers that you can rent to allow people to be able to use a real restroom when they need to use it. Use the following guide to learn a few things you need to take into consideration when renting a restroom trailer.
Consider the Size
You need to consider how large the trailer is before renting it. You want to be sure that it will fit in the space that you have available. Take the time to measure the area where you want the trailer to be positioned and then measure the rental trailer to ensure that it is a size that will fit in the space with ease.
Consider the Water Supply
In order for the toilets to flush or people to be able to wash their hands, there needs to be a water supply to the trailer. There are some companies that will provide you with a small basin of water to use during your event. Others require you to connect the trailer to a water supply using a hose. Be sure that you find out if you have to provide the water or if the trailer comes with a basin of water.
Consider the Supplies
In order to make the trailer as useful as possible, you need to keep it well supplied with toilet paper, paper towels, and hand soap. If the trailer is empty of the necessities, people will not want to use it and could complain.
Consider the Safety
When people go into the trailers to use the restroom, you want to be sure that everyone is as safe as they can be. Have the restrooms staffed with people that you can trust so that they can make sure that no one goes into the restroom who shouldn't and that everyone is able to get any help that they may need quickly and easily.
It is best to book a restroom trailer rental a few months before you actually need it. This will ensure that you are able to get the right size trailer to suit your needs and do not have to pay extra costs for renting the trailer at the last minute. Most companies will deliver the restrooms and set them up for you so that they are ready to be used right away.Share
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