Important Considerations for Portable Toilet, Portable Urinal or Single Portable Shower Hire
Is there adequate access for a delivery vehicle?
We will deliver the units using either a 3.5 tonne, 6 tonne, 7.5 tonne or 7.5 tonne with trailer depending on the quantity ordered and vehicle availability.
Where do I plan on siting the units?
You’ll need to plan to site the units where we can easily drop off and collect.
If the items are to be delivered to a domestic property we will need access for the vehicle to drop the unit with a suitable place to park. If there is a wall or other obstacles in the way then a crane mounted lorry may be required for delivery and collection.
We will also need suitable access to service the units.
For a large event, a
The weather can also prove problematic and quickly render sites inaccessible posing
Our small service vehicles have approximately 15 metres of hose to reach our units. Our HGV vacuum tankers carrying approximately 30 metres of hose.
Units are for outdoor use only. Not suitable for indoor use due to odour and access requirements.
Are the units going to be safe?
Have you considered the number of toilets required in ratio to the number of people attending your event?
We’ve a handy calculator located on our website to provide guidance on how many portable toilets will be required for your event or construction site.
Alternatively, you can call our friendly hire desk team. We’ve over 25 years experience providing portable toilets to sites large and small, so we can advise on the quantities and types of unit most suitable.
For events where you’re expecting a higher ratio of males to females, portable urinals work well.
Click here to access the Tardis toilet calculator
Do I need water, electricity and foul waste connection?
Self-contained portable toilets do not need connection to any services but may require servicing depending on the length of hire and number of users.
Hot wash portable toilets require a 230v 16 amp connection to an electricity source.
Mains connection portable toilets require a 230v 16 amp electricity supply, connection to a water supply and mains drainage.
Single shower units require a water source, an electricity supply and a run off for the waste. The electricity supply required is a 32 amp 230v.
We can offer a fully qualified Tardis fitter to connect your electricity and water connections if required.